With tensions increasing in the Korean peninsula, four American warplanes flew low over South Korea on Wednesday.

FOX's Jon Decker has more from the White House:

In a clear show of force against North Korea, four American F-22 stealth fighters flew low over South Korea.

The planes were escorted by other U.S. and South Korean fighter jets. North Korea will likely view the arrival of the planes flown from a U.S. base in Japan as a threat as the high-tech planes are capable of sneaking past radar undetected.

South Korea's president yesterday warned of the North's collapse if it doesn't abandon its nuclear bomb program.

The Pentagon would not say how long the F-22's will be deployed in South Korea.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.