Josh Smith, a senior correspondent for Reuters, describes the atmosphere on the ground at the summit between the leaders of North and South Korea.
North and South Korean leaders have met 3 times since the start of the Korean War in 1950.
Katharine Moon, political science professor at Wellesley College, comments on the significance of the meeting and what the next steps might be for reconciliation on the Korean peninsula.
Michelle Cho, Korea Foundation assistant professor in the department of East Asian studies at McGill University, talks about the role K-pop might have had leading up to the summit.
Mieko Nakabayashi, a former member of Japan's House of Representatives who is now a professor at Waseda University, discusses how the meeting was received in Japan and what that might mean for future Northeast Asian relations.
After Japan’s defeat in the Second World War, Korea was split: The North was occupied by Soviet forces, and the South by American forces