TIME magazine has published a new interview with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in which he reaffirms his determination to work on the Korean Peninsula peace process during the remainder of his term.
He described the peace process right now as very fragile and at risk of being shaken at any time.
But he expressed hope that the Biden administration can bring North Korea back to the negotiating table, and praised President Biden's support for inter-Korean dialogue, engagement and cooperation.
As a means of resuming talks with the North, President Moon suggested vaccine diplomacy.
He also recalled how he built mutual trust with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un through constant dialogue and communication.