Moon Jae-in

North Korea has blown up a vacant inter-Korean liaison office in a symbolic act of aggression.
The Koreas' rival leaders expressed hope for improved relations, which plummeted amid a freeze in nuclear negotiations and North Korea’s accelerating weapons development.
North Korea has blown up a vacant inter-Korean liaison office in a symbolic act of aggression.
It was Kim Jong Un's second weapons test in about a week after months of stalled talks with the U.S.
The meeting on Sunday might "only be a handshake," said Trump. "But that's okay; a handshake means a lot."
South Korean leader Moon Jae-in plans to convey Kim’s desire for a papal visit when he travels to the Vatican next week.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in began his third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The Japanese army sexually abused some 200,000 South Korean women and girls during the war.
North and South Korea have announced a formal end to the Korean war. They say it will pave the way for denuclearization, but offered little specifics.