Korean Summit

Host Bob Edwards talks to reporter Andrew Wood about the first summit between the two Koreas. The historic meeting between the south's President Kim Dae Jung and the North's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il is set for June. The meeting would be the first between leaders of the two states since the Korean peninsula was divided into the communist North and the U.S. backed South in 1945.



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