Moon meets leaders of political parties on Japanese sanctions
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has met with leaders of other political parties to decide on the next moves against Japanese economic sanctions. An official statement is expected soon. Japan has restricted exports of several key materials to South Korean high-tech firms. It's believed to be retaliation against a South Korean court ruling that ordered Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to pay compensation for forced labor during the Second World War. Thursday is the deadline for Seoul to appoint a member for an arbitration committee proposed by Japan that would settle the wartime labor issue. For more, let's go live to our correspondent Jack Barton in Seoul.