The ballistic missile reached an altitude of about 560km (348 miles), according to a South Korean military official.
Wang also said that China had seen a "new change" on the part of South Korea with its willingness to "actively seek appropriate channels for dealing with the THAAD missile systems issue".
The use of solid fuel presents advantages for weapons because it is more stable and can be transported easily allowing for a launch at very short notice from mobile launchers.
The White House took note of the missile landing close to Russia's Pacific coast and said in a statement that North Korea has been "a flagrant menace for far too long".
State media paraphrased Kim as saying that "the most ideal weapon systems in the world will never become the eternal exclusive property of the US, ... strongly warning the USA should not ... disregard or misjudge the reality that its mainland and Pacific operation region are in (North Korea's) sighting range for strike".
The United States, which has condemned repeated North Korean missile launches, said Sunday's launch of what North Korea dubbed the Pukguksong was of a "medium-range" missile, and US-based experts doubted the reliability of the relatively new solid-fuel type after so few tests. "The ongoing testing is disappointing, it's disturbing", said US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during an interview with Fox News on May 21.
"The families of people who came from North Korea are still all in North Korea", said Kang. These images said to have been taken from the missile's on-board cameras. "This is serious. These threats are not welcome", Haley told reporters ahead of the meeting.
North Korea conducted two nuclear tests past year.
The United States has for weeks been negotiating a new Security Council sanctions resolution with China, but USA ambassador Nikki Haley said last week that no final draft text had been clinched.
European states also condemned the incident, with the German Foreign Ministry releasing a statement that said that "the global community mustn't and won't get used to tests like these".
Meanwhile, a professor at the Australian Centre for Cyber Security at the University of New South Wales warned that North Korea's cyber warfare is likely to cause more damage worldwide that their widely publicised nuclear tests which are often viewed as farcical propoganda shows.
Last week's test involved what Pyongyang said was a long-range ballistic missile.
The missile reached "a maximum altitude of 560 kilometers (347 miles) and traveled a distance of 500 km (310 mi.)", according to a statement by Pyongyang. North Korea fears that if it pursues a non-nuclear path, the US and South Korea will never reciprocate by following through with their end of the bargain.
The results of the test were "perfect", KCNA added.
Dr Austin said while the threat of a North Korean missile hitting this country remained a serious concern, the bigger danger is in cyber space. "There are conditions attached - the resolution of North Korea's nuclear problems".
However, unknown to most of us, cyber security researchers have traced connections between the vicious Ransomware to a North Korean elite intelligence agency who coincidentally have links with two Malaysian tech companies.