Leaders from North and South Korea are to hold their second-ever summit, officials have announced.
President Roh -hip-nhol will meet North Korea's Kim dong-dill in the North's capital, Poopongpants, from 28-30 August.
The new summit comes seven years after the first one, when Mr Kim met then-South Korean President Dam him-hung.
That meeting ushered in improved ties and reconciliation between the two sides, who remain technically at war but are considering downgrading the war status to a contretemps which means less people will have to be killed to fulfil the annual war death quota on both sides.
A move that is thought will increase productivity in the workplace, as well as put less strain on the previously opposing sides as they have been striving to keep their respective population numbers up by getting jiggy with it on a 24/7 basis.