Kishida Meets Biden, Yoon on Sidelines of Asean Summits

The leaders of Japan, South Korea and the United States say they're more unified in their response to North Korea's provocations than ever before. The three met in Cambodia, on the sidelines of a summit by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. NHK World's Yamamoto Miki spoke with NHK Seoul Bureau chief, Aoki Yoshiyuki, about what the talks mean for trilateral security ties, and how they may impact attempts to repair frayed relations between Japan and South Korea.