Two Koreas to hold summit as Kim renews denuclearisation pledge
The leaders of the two Koreas will hold a summit in Pyongyang in September, Seoul said Thursday, as Kim Jong Un renewed his commitment to the denuclearisation of the flashpoint peninsula.
South Korea's Moon to send special envoy to North Korea next week
South Korean President Moon Jae-in will send a special envoy to Pyongyang next Wednesday to discuss plans to hold a summit with the North's Kim Jong Un and nuclear disarmament, Moon's office said Friday.
South Korea's Moon optimistic on US-North Korea diplomatic thaw
South Korean president Moon Jae-in said Friday he is confident a diplomatic thaw between Washington and Pyongyang will continue, despite "bumps and bruises" on the path to denuclearising the Korean peninsula.
Korean leaders meet after Trump threatens to quit Kim summit
North and South Korea's leaders held surprise talks on Saturday after President Donald Trump cast an uncertain pall over the turbulent Korean peninsula by cancelling a historic summit with Pyongyang only to suggest it might still go ahead.
South Korean president asks UN to verify closure of North korea's test site
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has asked the United Nations to verify the planned closure of North Korea's nuclear test site, a UN spokesman said Tuesday.
Trump can have Nobel Peace Prize, says Moon
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday played down the prospect of winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his historic summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, saying Donald Trump can have it instead.
North and South Korea agree to get rid of nuclear weapons
North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, yesterday, made history by crossing the border into South Korea to meet President Moon Jae-in. The two Koreas have agreed to get rid of their nuclear weapons in historic talks between Jong-un and Jae-in. Jong-un made history by crossing the border into South Korea for talks on nuclear weapons, becoming…
North and South Korea hold historic summit
The leaders of the two Koreas held a landmark summit Friday after a highly symbolic handshake over the Military Demarcation Line that divides their countries, with the North's Kim Jong Un declaring they were at the "threshold of a new history".
Kim's security: 'not even an ant can pass through'
When Pyongyang's leader Kim Jong Un came down the steps towards the inter-Korean border Friday he was escorted by a phalanx of bodyguards carefully chosen for their fitness, marksmanship, martial arts skills and even looks.