Lip readers have revealed what was discussed during the private meeting between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in last week.
Moon and Kim had a historic summit at the Peace House, on the border of the two Koreas, where they signed an agreement for cooperation and denuclearization to the end the decades-long Korean War.
The two leaders took a walk during the meeting where they appeared to be in deep conversation.
Now several professional lip readers have analysed video footage of their discussion, revealing that the Korean leaders focused on nuclear weapons, their interaction with the US and Donald Trump.
Lip readers have revealed what was discussed during the private meeting between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in last week (pictured)
'It was difficult to understand the whole conversation, but fragmentary keywords like 'nuclear weapons facility,' 'Trump,' 'United States' and 'United Nations' emerged,' a presenter on the Japanese NTV show 'Sukkiri' reported, according to the Washington Post.
While Kim and Moon walked a fair distance from reporters and news cameras, speech experts say they saw Moon say the words 'nuclear facilities' and 'Trump,' while Kim spoke about 'the United