Will Kim Jong-Un support ''railway community'' plan?
President Moon Jae-in proposed connecting South Korea with North Korea with a vast railway network in a move towards peace and prosperity after decades of conflict.
Describing what he envisioned as a "railroad community", the transport system would include several other countries including China, Mongolia, Russia and Japan, Moon said on Wednesday.
Moon modelled his plan after the European Union, saying that bloc originally started as an organisation for coal and steel, but eventually grew into something larger.
The plan was unveiled during a speech marking the Korean Peninsula's independence from Japanese colonial rule 73-years ago on Wednesday.