North and South Korea agree: Their leaders will hold a summit on April 27 in the DMZ

The summit between Kim and the South’s president, Moon Jae-in, would be only the third top-level summit between the nations since an armistice ended hostilities in the Korean War in 1953 — and the first held on South Korea soil. The meeting location is the Peace House, a building just over the border on the south in the diplomatic outpost of Panmunjom, presenting the prospect of historic images showing Kim crossing the line.