World Questions is in Seoul to debate the future of Korea, and whether the peninsula is on the verge of real and lasting peace.
At a packed event in Seoul, a Korean audience debates unification, nuclear weapons and the cancellation of war games in the wake of the Singapore Summit between President Trump and Chairman Kim.
Jonny Dymond chairs a public debate with Professor Moon Chung-in, the South Korean President's Special Advisor for Foreign Affairs and Distinguished Professor of Yonsei University; General Hwang Jin Ha, former Chair of the Defence Committee of the National Assembly; Kim Jiyoon, Research Fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies; and Sohn Jie-Ae , former Seoul Bureau Chief for CNN and Invited Professor of International Studies at Ewha, the Womans University - where the debate is held.
BBC World Questions is a series of international events created in partnership with the British Council.
(Photo: Sunset at Seoul City Skyline, South Korea, Credit: Getty Images)