Whether Kim Jong-un, North Koreas top leader, will return to Seoul this year has been widely concerned. According to Yoon Chan, the Chief Secretary of communication between Tsing Wa Tai and the people of South Korea, said on the same day that no progress had been made on the matter.
Earlier, the Qingwatai side said it would not rule out the possibility of Kim Jong-uns visit to Korea in the year or early next year, and believed that if Kim Jong-un visited Korea in the year in accordance with the DPRK-ROK summit agreement, he would receive a response from the DPRK at least on the 9th.
Recently, there has been speculation about the date of Kim Jong-uns visit to Korea. Qingwatai said it did not propose a specific date for the visit to North Korea. If the DPRK responded positively, the ROK would need about 10 days to prepare for the visit.
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