Korea and the United States wrapped up the seventh round of negotiations on the revision of their bilateral civilian nuclear pact on Tuesday.
During the two days of talks in Seoul, officials from the two sides exchanged views on a range of issues like the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel, securing a stable supply of nuclear energy and bolstering the competitiveness of Korea's nuclear power plant exports.
Seoul and Washington, however, came short of making much progress on their discussions.
This was the first time the two countries have met since agreeing to extend the current civilian nuclear accord for another two years.
The officials will meet again in the U.S. sometime in September.