The United States is remaining tightlipped on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's recent decision to remove all South Korean facilities at its tourist site of Mount Geumgang.
The U.S. State Department has yet to comment on the matter.
U.S. President Donald Trump hasn't mentioned it either.
The Washington Post says it signifies Kim's frustration about the lack of progress in inter-Korean economic projects due to the regime's stalled nuclear talks with the U.S.
The AP was less sure, saying it was unclear what point Kim was attempting to make.