North Korea and South Korea are holding talks this week focusing on the reunions of families torn apart during the Korean War, potentially reuniting families for the first time since 1953. According to South Korean news outlets, North Korea has even invited Barack Obama and Stephen Bosworth, the U.S. special envoy to the country, to sit down for talks.
So the Question of the Day is this: Will President Obama go for talks where Kim Jong-Il is present? If he does, what will he be able to get out of the North Korean leader and what will Kim want from him?
Post your answers below and we'll get the conversation started.