Starting today, South and North Korea will begin removing mines from the Demilitarized Zone and from the Joint Security Area in Panmunjeom.
It's part of implementing the military agreement signed at the recent inter-Korean summit in Pyeongyang.
Both sides will be carrying out the process through October 20th.
During that time, officials from Seoul and Washington as well as the UN Command will discuss new operational rules for soldiers working in the JSA after it's demilitarized.
The two Koreas will also be removing mines from the Arrowhead Plateau. so that they can work on discovering the remains of soldiers killed during the Korean War.
That operation will run through November 30th.
The two sides will also discuss the possibility of tourists and visitors being allowed to visit both sides of the JSA.