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SEOUL - Republic of Korea (ROK)"s President Moon Jae-in"s special envoys returned home Tuesday afternoon after making a two-day visit to the Democratic People"s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
The plane carrying the 10-member special delegation arrived at an airport in Seongnam, outside of Seoul, at about 6:00 pm local time, local TV footage showed.
The delegation, led by Chung Eui-yong, top national security adviser for Moon, had a meeting and dinner with top DPRK leader Kim Jong-un for over four hours Monday night in Pyongyang.
Chung was accompanied by Suh Hoon, director of the National Intelligence Service (NIS), the country"s spy agency, Chun Hae-sung, vice unification minister, Kim Sang-gyun, second deputy NIS director, Yun Kun-young, a high-level Blue House official and five working-level officials.
The delegation moved to the presidential compound in Seoul to brief President Moon on their DPRK visit. The Blue House allegedly planned to hold a press briefing later in the day.
An unnamed Blue House official told local reporters earlier in the day that the meeting between the emissaries and the DPRK leader bore fruits, which were "not disappointing."
Asked about whether the ways to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula were discussed during the meeting, the Blue House official said "it might have been" without elaborating further.
The DPRK"s Korean Central News Agency reported that Kim made "a satisfactory agreement" with the ROK envoys over a summit meeting with Moon, the ROK president.
The ROK envoys reportedly planned to visit the United States within this week to broker a possible dialogue between Pyongyang and Washington.