North Korea’s state TV has aired a documentary celebrating Kim Jong Un’s summit with Donald Trump—but it conveniently missed out the fact that the talks resoundingly failed and ended early after Trump walked out. The show hailed the Kim-Trump summit as “yet another meaningful incident on the issue of world peace” and quoted Kim as saying North Korea and the U.S. must put an end to their confrontations. It also shows Kim talking and smiling with Trump. However, it skipped over the part when the summit broke down over disputes revolving around U.S.-led sanctions on North Korea and denuclearization. Meanwhile, South Korean media reported Thursday that more new activity has been detected at a North Korean intercontinental-ballistic-missiles plant. Cargo vehicles were spotted moving around at a Pyongyang factory known to have produced North Korea’s first ICBMs. Spy chief Suh Hoon said he believed the activity was missile-related.