North And South Korea Plan For Open Communication

After a period of 2 years, North Korea has surprisingly agreed to sit down with South Korea for talks.

According to Fox, a South Korean official said, “We believe that the South and North have finalized the organization of their delegations in a balanced way.”

According to sources,

Ri has led North Korea’s delegation in cross-border military talks since 2006. He is considered the “right-hand man” of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party’s chairman Kim Young-chol. Kim is known to have orchestrated the 2010 torpedo attack on a South Korean Navy ship that killed 46 sailors, Yonhap reported.

North and South Korea agreed Friday to hold talks in the DMZ village of Panmunjom. The Olympic games in Pyeongchang start Feb. 9. South Korean officials hope the talks can lead to discussions on improving relations.

South Korean Sports Minister Do Jong-hwan said last week the dialogue could be the olive branch that ushers in a new era of peace and prosperity in the Korean Peninsula after a year of threats and nuclear and missile tests by the rogue regime.

  • Oscar Pearson

    South Korea knows the little thug better than anyone. All I have to say is, watch your back at all times.

  • ME!

    I believe it would be in the best interest of both Korea’s to join forces. If #45 bombs N.K, then S.K will get the radiation kick back. They probably have the same consensus and have decided to pull together. Good luck guys.

    • WhiteFalcon

      I think you are way to optimistic. That is not going to happen anytime soon. I believe that Roketman is feeling the pinch of sanctions and is trying to do something to lessen the pinch.

  • jim jones

    About a year after the talks begin, we will be faced with challenges from both North and South Korea!