Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon, who is visiting Japan, will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Abe this morning (24th) to deliver President Moon Jae-in's letter. The prime minister raised expectations by saying that a certain amount of results could be achieved.

I'm a clinical reporter in Tokyo.


Today, the last day of the visit, Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon meets with Abe at the prime minister's residence at 11 am. It is not a long time, but it is delivered by President Moon Jae-in.

The prime minister says his goal is to create a climate that promotes dialogue as much as possible.

[Lee Nak-yeon / Prime Minister (Yesterday): Tomorrow some results will be possible. Prime Minister Abe first asked, "More?" I said like this.]

It's not a place to talk about the theory, but it is an expectation of achievement.

Mr. Lee had eight schedules throughout the day, including a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Abe.

I also met with college students to reduce misunderstandings and broaden understanding of the issues between Korea and Japan.

[Nak-yeon Lee / Prime Minister (Yesterday): I think it is the responsibility of the current generation to build a future-oriented relationship and to hand down proud soil to distant descendants.]

Regarding the Korea-Japan billing agreement, the two nations said, "There was a difference in interpretation."

The Prime Minister, who has left for Japan and said he will be a stepping stone to the summit, will return home tonight. The reporter's report card will be revealed soon.