Mr Trump tweeted on Sunday that only "one thing would work" to stop North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime from further developing a nuclear arsenal aimed at hitting the USA mainland.
The last flight by USA bombers was 17 days earlier when four US F-35B stealth fighter jets and two B-1Bs flew over the peninsula.
But in 2008, in the early hours of a July morning, a North Korean soldier shot dead a 53-year-old South Korean woman who had wandered across a forbidden line into a military area.
When it first opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex, located about 54 kilometers northwest of Seoul, was meant to promote inter-Korean development and give North Korean workers a taste of life in the south, including snack foods like the cakes known as Choco Pies and toiletries that were resold as luxury items in the North.
The compromised documents include wartime contingency plans drawn up by the United States and South Korea and also include reports to the allies' senior commanders, Rhee Cheol-hee, a South Korean lawmaker was quoted as saying BBC Tuesday.
Also, a top Central Intelligence Agency official for the Korean Peninsula, said that the United States was expecting some new provocation from Kim on October 10.
The South Korean defence ministry has so far refused to comment about the allegation.
The B-1Bs also conducted exercises with Japan's Air Force in what the United States statement called a "sequenced bilateral mission".
While the former involved procedures on handling an all-out war with North Korea, the latter involved Seoul's plan on how to respond to North Korea's localised provocation or commando infiltration, Yonhap reported.
Pyongyang has reportedly denied being involved in the cyberattack, dismissing Seoul's claims as "fabricated".
Australia's top diplomat visited the heavily fortified border between the two Koreas on Thursday and said her government hopes there will be no need for military action against North Korea over its weapons programs.
China, North Korea's main ally and trading partner, has consistently argued sanctions alone will not work, urging Washington and Pyongyang to lower their rhetoric and return to the negotiating table.
"The global community won't accept North Korea as a nuclear power".
South Korean warships including the nation's first Aegis destroyer, Sejongdaewang (L), in this file photo.