A direct hotline has been set up between North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
According to ABC News, the hotline was set so the two leaders can discuss their first-ever in-person meeting scheduled to take place next Friday at the truce village of Panmunjom at the border of the two countries.
The hotline was tested today — Friday — by Seoul’s presidential office and Pyongyang’s State Affairs Commission.
The presidential office and State Affairs Commission had a reportedly successful call during which the two sides discussed the weather.
Kim and Moon have not yet spoken via direct hotline, but a conversation is expected to happen within the next week. (RELATED: The Korean War May Finally Be Coming To An End After Six Decades: Report).