Let's start things off from the nation's top office,… where we seem to have some updates on the meeting between the two Koreas ahead of that summit next week.
Our Cheongwadae correspondent Shin Se-min is standing by to fill us in on the latest.
Right, it took the entire day to get these details from the officials.
Here's what we know -- President Moon Jae-in will be visiting the North through the western route on Tuesday, the 18th for his three-day trip to the capital Pyeongyang.
As had been speculated, he will be flying directly across the inter-Korean border.
A South Korean advance team will be heading to the North on the 16th, two days before the president and the main team.
The details of the summit, including the schedule, however, are still under wraps.
An official at the top office said the preparatory committee will be announcing those in the coming days.
And as for the pre-summit talks that were held today at the border village of Panmunjom -- they started at 9 this morning and went without a break until 2 P.M.
The South Korean official who took part in that meeting said it went smoothly.
That's all for now. Back to you.