As promised, North Korea joins South Korea time zone
Weeks after historic Inter-Korea summit, North Korea has joined the time zone of South Korea bu resetting its clock by 30 minutes on Friday, reported France based news agency AFP citing state media.
The resetting of time is the first practical step that has been taken after the peace summit between North Korea and South Korea for a reconciliation and unity of both countries.
The different time zone was created in 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japanese rule after World War Two.
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un and South Korea president Moon Jae-in pledged to take various steps to formally end the 1950-53 Korea war after the 27 April's Inter-Korea Summit.
North Korea also surprised the world after Kim Jong-un promised to shut down its nuclear test site. It also assured that that denuclearisation process would take place with full transparency in presence of journalists and respective authorities.
Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un will also meet United States president Donald Trump.
Trump on Friday told reporters that the date and location were set for a meeting with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un, which would be announced soon.
Another historic summit between the US and North Korea is expected to take place this month.