Officials from South Korea's presidential office have left to meet their North Korean counterparts ahead of next week's summit to do some final planning.
Let's go to our Shin Se-min at the presidential office.
Se-min, we know the officials have already left, any development on that front?
Right still no word from the officials holding talks at the inter-Korean border village of Panmunjom.
Early this morning the press corps received a message at around 7-30 informing us of their departure to the inter-Korean border village of Panmunjom.
Little over 8-hours have passed since their departure, still no detail on the progress of the talks.
But during their discussions today,… we should be able to learn some of the details about the upcoming summit between the leaders next week - which will be held in the North Korean capital for the third time in modern Korean history.
Today's meeting will be about President Moon's itinerary,… and some of the schedules and events to be held during his three-day stay in the North Korean capital from next Tuesday.
On top of that, there's the list of South Korean delegates who will accompany the president-which the two Koreas have agreed to cap at 200 people.
But Devin, we already know a few people who will definitely be joining the president,… the newly elected chair of the ruling Democratic Party Lee Hae-chan, and some South Korean business leaders as well.
We should know the full list soon.
On top of that, the two sides are set to hash out details like security and the extent of media coverage as well.
Back to you.