Inside the Korean Peace Process

11:00am - 12:15pm
Amber (3rd Floor)


Renewed peace talks between the two Koreas and the United States have fueled optimism for the biggest breakthrough in inter-Korean relations since the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War. As negotiations continue over a peace treaty and denuclearization, journalists are working overtime to make sense out of conflicting statements from Pyongyang and Washington. Three veteran correspondents will offer their views on what's really happening -- two Koreans based in Seoul and AP's bureau chief in Pyongyang. 

Nam Moon-Hee
Special Reporter, SisaIN
Keum Chul-Young
Director, Unification and Foreign Affairs Office, KBS
Kim Joon-Hyung
Professor, Handong Global University