At the nation's top office,
President Moon Jae-in will meet with his top aides for his weekly meeting later this afternoon.
During that meeting, the South Korean leader is expected to highlight the need to push ahead with his Korean Peninsula peace efforts.
Also likely to be addressed by the president: the need for consistent economic policy.
This week's meeting with his top aides is the first in three weeks as he had to skip the last two due to his summit with the visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister and his three-nation ASEAN tour.
We'll have the details from the meeting in our later newscast.

Source: Arirang News
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