US schoolboy to visit North Korea
A 13-year-old American schoolboy is hoping to go where few senior US politicians have been before, to North Korea for a meeting with the country's leader.
Jonathan Lee, who was born in South Korea, wrote to Kim Jong-Il outlining his plans for a "children's peace forest" in the demilitarised zone between the two countries.
Lee believes his project would give "hope to the people and children around the world".
Jon Sudworth reports from Seoul.
12 Aug 2010