North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un reportedly hosted a dinner with a South Korean delegation Monday in Pyongyang. It was the first time Kim met officials from the South in person since taking control of the country in 2011.
Newsy previously reported that South Korea's President Moon Jae-in picked two envoys to visit the North in an attempt to decrease tensions in the region and foster future talks between North Korea and the United States.
The delegations are reportedly the first South Korean diplomats to visit the North since 2007.
The North and South Korea talks also come after the two countries marched in the 2018 Winter Olympics together as a united Korea.