|South Korean-Chinese War|
Chinese sniper at the Farm Village.
|Conflict: Song Initiative|
|Place: Border between China and South Korea.|
|Outcome: Chinese victory|
People's Republic of China
Republic of Korea
| Zhou Peng|
| Mitchell Buford|
|People's Liberation Army||South Korean army in Korea|
The conflict between the two forces began when the Chinese took a South Korean officer captive in Pyongyang Airport. The mercenary that Executive Operations had dispatched on the mission rescued him from their captivity, initiating the beginning of the small-scale war. Soon, skirmishing began when the South Koreans began to fight the Chinese on the roads. The conflict became more intense as the South Korean Expeditionary Army sent to North Korea neared the Chinese border with the Korean Peninsula. Battling with the Chinese escalated in the Farm Village, where a full-scale battle errupted. South Korean officers and Chinese officers led their men into battle with their tanks, and an long battle ensued. Soon, South Korean forces destroyed the Dandong Bridge and prevented a Chinese crossing. After that event, however, the Chinese somehow  struck back under Colonel Zhou Peng and defeated the South Koreans.