The inter-Korean joint liaison office celebrates its one-year anniversary today.
It was opened on this date in 2018 to enable 24-hour cross-border communication.
However, Seoul and Pyeongyang's liaison office heads haven't met since the breakdown of the Hanoi summit in February, and the regime sent a notification that its chair cannot make it to the office.
Only the South and North Korean liaison officers are meeting each other regularly
Marking the one-year anniversary, Seoul's liaison office chair Suh Ho, who also serves as the Vice Unification Minister, visited the office earlier this week.