After he finishes up at the G20 on Saturday, US President Donald Trump will be heading to South Korea to meet with President Moon Jae-in.
But in an unexpected tweet this morning, Trump hinted that he might be wiling to meet with another world leader during his trip.
"While (I'm in South Korea), if Chairman Kim of North Korea sees this, I would meet him at the Border/DMZ just to shake his hand and say Hello(?)!" Trump said on his official Twitter.
Trump and Kim didn't leave their last meeting on the best of terms. Relations between Washington and Pyongyang deteriorated after Trump walked out of a meeting with the North Korean leader in Hanoi.
But Trump is said to be considering a trip to the DMZ and he told reporters in Japan that he had just "put out a feeler" if Kim would like to meet.
Trump said he wasn't sure whether the meeting would materialize, but expressed confidence his diplomatic opening with North Korea was already yielding results.
"I just put out a feeler because I don't know where he is right now. He may not be in North Korea," Trump said. "I said if Chairman Kim would want to meet, I'll be at the border. We seem to get along really well. That's a good thing, not a bad thing. For the stupid people who say, 'Oh, he gets along,' it's good get along."
"Frankly, if I didn't become president, you'd be having a war right now with North Korea," Trump said.
"I will be in South Korea. I let him know, and we'll see. We'll see each other for two minutes. That's all we can. But that will be fine," Trump said.
There has been no response from North Korea yet.