Trump set for Seoul meeting with Moon Jae InWorld | 25 Jun 2019 11:40 am
U.S. President Donald Trump will make a two-day trip to South Korea from June 29-30 amid ongoing diplomatic activities surrounding North Korea's denuclearization.
Seoul presidential spokesperson Ko Min Jjung said the American leader would have a summit with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae In on June 30.
The South Korean presidential office in Seoul also said Trump would leave Korea from the United States Forces Korea's Osan Air Base in Gyeonggi Province.
Trump's visit comes after he exchanged letters with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un last week. Both leaders praised each other's letters "excellent" and "beautiful," raising hopes the bipartisan relationship will start improving and encourage Pyongyang agree to become a nuclear-free state.