North Korea And The Unintended Consequences Of Trump

North Korea is "willing to have talks" with the United States, South Korea's presidential Blue House said Sunday, as the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closed in a burst of fireworks and diplomacy.

President Moon Jae-in achieved his goal of using the Olympics as "peace games" to encourage both North Korea and the United States to ease off their threats, at least temporarily.

During an hour-long meeting in Pyeongchang on Sunday night, North Korea's chief representatives at the closing ceremonies told Moon that Pyongyang was open to dialogue with Washington.

"The North agrees that inter-Korean relations and North Korea-U. S. relations should improve together," the presidential Blue House said in a statement after the talks.

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