South Korea and Japan are holding working-level talks in Seoul today on their months-long diplomatic spat over wartime history and trade.
Seoul's director-general for Asia and Pacific affairs, Kim Jung-han, is meeting with his Japanese counterpart right now as we speak.
It's the first such talks between the two sides since mid-November.
The diplomatic row began when Tokyo slammed South Korean Supreme Court rulings that ordered Japanese firms to compensate Korean victims of Japan's wartime forced labor.
According to Japanese broadcaster NHK, the two officials will also talk about the coronavirus outbreak.