Korean Agreement 2018
If the bonhomie were to continue in the coming years, the two sides also said that they would run together to host the 2032 Summer Olympics. That would be incredibly symbolic, especially since serious peace talks between the two Koreas began after North Korea sent a delegation – including athletes, musicians, cheerleaders and high-ranking politicians – to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. The destruction of 20 guard posts along the DMZ front lines officially began on 11 November 2018.   On November 15, 2018, the destruction of two DMZ guards was completed, one in South Korea and the other in North Korea.   Work to destroy other sentries continued.   On November 23, it was learned that South Korea had slowly destroyed its poles with shovels.  When the destruction of guard posts began, it was learned that the two Koreas had amended the summit`s comprehensive military agreement and decided to obtain two of the 22 demilitarized front posts  one on either side of the border.  This is not the first time since the ceasefire agreement of 27 July 1953, which introduced a ceasefire in the Korean War, concluded an agreement between the two Koreas on military issues. The most important is the agreement of reconciliation, non-aggression, exchange and cooperation (including the basic agreement) and the joint declaration on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, signed in 1991. However, this new agreement is broader and includes substantial measures that should allow effective de-escalation of tactical and operational contingencies between the two Korean military. On November 4, 2018, a 20-person team of 10 people from North Korea and 10 people from South Korea launched a joint inter-Korean investigation that will lead to the development of areas of joint use along the estuaries of the Han and Imjin rivers.   Areas will allow civilians access to the mouth for tourism, environmental protection and the collection of construction aggregates under the protection of military personnel on both sides of the Korean border.   The creation of this common area of exploitation and a joint upstream investigation is one of the objectives of the Comprehensive Military Agreement On 17 November 2018, councils of the South Korean provinces of Gangwon and Gyeonggi, adjacent to the DMZ, signed a „peace work agreement“ at Dorasan station in Paju, which approved various DMZ projects on site , including common areas of use.
 Donald Trump met with Kim Jong-un on February 27, 2019, in Hanoi, Vietnam, for the second summit of U.S. and North Korean leaders.