Déjà vu

South, North Korean Leaders Hold Surprise Meeting

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met on Saturday to discuss sticking to their commitments to peace and Kim’s on-again, off-again summit with President Trump. South Korea’s presidential office said the meeting took place in a border truce village at the Demilitarized Zone, the second such high-level meeting in recent weeks. Seoul offered few details on the pair’s discussions but said the results would be made public on Sunday. The meeting came just hours after Trump took to Twitter to say the June 12 summit with Kim he’d canceled on Thursday may still be revived after the two sides had “productive talks.”