North Korean state media also released, this morning, a fairly detailed report about the second inter-Korean summit yesterday.
It wrote that the two Koreas will hold a string of talks next month... and that Kim Jong-un is determined to go ahead with his June 12th summit with Donald Trump.
Oh Jung-hee has the details.
Pyongyang's Korean Central Television aired seven minutes of footage Sunday morning from the second Moon-Kim summit.
The background music was familiar to all Koreans: a song called "Our Hope is Reunification."
"After just 29 days, another meeting of great importance has been held between the highest leaders of the North and the South at the historic site of Panmunjom."
The North Korean report said... the two Koreas will hold a string of talks with each other as soon as possible,... starting with the high-level talks on June 1st.
It also said... the two leaders agreed to meet and talk face to face as often as possible to achieve denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula.
Then the report highlighted Kim Jong-un's strong will to go ahead with his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.
"Kim Jong-un thanked President Moon Jae-in for working so hard for the North Korea-U.S. summit slated for June 12th, and expressed his determination that the historic summit go ahead."
Kim suggested that the two Koreas work together to improve Pyongyang-Washington relations.
With talks underway between the North and the U.S., there is still hope for a summit to happen on June 12th, but Kim's remarks are seen as part of efforts to make sure that it does.
Differently from South Korean President Moon Jae-in's own announcement on Sunday, the North Korean report brought up inter-Korean relations first... and then the North Korea-U.S. summit.
This is viewed by some as the North putting more weight on inter-Korean relations,... wanting to resolve other issues on the foundation of strong relations with Seoul.
Pyongyang said Moon and Kim, in their meeting, reached a "satisfactory consensus."
The report said... this second summit opens up a new chapter in the development of inter-Korean relations.
Oh Jung-hee, Arirang News.