The video was published here on YouTube on April 26, 2020. It has been viewed more than 20,000 times.
The 54-second video purports to show several military vehicles travelling along a street.
The simplified Chinese-language text superimposed on the left-hand side of the footage translates to English as: "Truth is life"; "Military vehicles on Dandong streets / Crisis at the China-North Korea border".
The caption alongside the video translates to English as: "[Citizen journalist] Breaking news! Crisis at the China-North Korea border! Military and missile vehicles on the streets of Dandong~"
Dandong is a city located in the Chinese province of Liaoning, at the border with North Korea.
Below is a screenshot of the misleading YouTube video:
The claim circulated online in late April 2020, when health speculation on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was sparked by observations that he was noticeably missing from state media coverage of the 88th anniversary of the founding of the country's armed forces, the Korean People's Revolutionary Army. Here is an AFP report about the developments published on April 27.
However, the claim is false.
A supermarket with a blue signage seen at the five-second mark of the misleading YouTube video can be found here on Baidu Maps imagery of Yancheng.
Below is a screenshot comparison of the supermarket from the YouTube video's five-second mark (L) and Baidu Maps (R):
Another signage for a supermarket and restaurant at the YouTube video's 28-second mark is visible here also in Yancheng on Baidu Maps.
Below is a screenshot comparison of the supermarket seen at the YouTube video's 28-second mark (L) and from Baidu Maps (R):
The misleading claim has been debunked such as here on Twitter by data journalist Min Chao Choy.