The push for peace between the two countries is gathering steam.
President Moon Jae-in now has two Pungsan pooches to look after.
The two Korean leaders said they had "agreed on a way to achieve denuclearization."
"If both sides have the political willingness, it is reasonable for them to end the technical state of war on the peninsula first."
There are two storms brewing in the Pacific Ocean: One is headed for Hawaii while the other tracks in the direction of South Korea.
"Users do not have to worry about the batteries anymore."
About 6,000 Americans were killed or went missing after an overwhelming Chinese offensive.
"People believe that heat cures heat, so they eat dog meat and spicy dog soup on the hottest days."
Tensions remain high between Moscow and Washington despite Donald Trump's Helsinki summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Korean Institute of Ocean Science and Technology says it had already found the Dmitrii Donskoi wreck in 2003.
South Korea said the move "will contribute substantially to the alleviation of military tensions and the building of trust between the two Koreas."
"I had no choice but to do what they told me to."
With continued denuclearization negotiations on the way, the stakes for South Korea's Moon Jae-in are high.
"The Republic of Korea investment was over 90 percent of the cost," U.S. Commander Vincent Brooks said.
The defense secretary also defended the cancellation of joint military exercises, saying the move would create "increased opportunity for our diplomats to negotiate."
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said it could create a "Northern Silk Road."