Officials from North Korea and the U.S. were set to meet again today at the inter-Korean border to talk about Pyongyang's promise to return the remains of American soldiers who were killed in action in the North during the Korean War.
No word yet on when those talks started or what was said.
But with the U.S. having sent one hundred caskets to Panmunjom to hold the remains when they're sent over, the two sides are expected to discuss when and how the transfer will happen.
Once the two sides agree on a date, the remains will be taken by U.S. forces to Osan Air Base in South Korea.
Then they'll be sent to either Hawaii or Nebraska for identification.