U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) leader Kim Jong Un have begun the second and final day of their Hanoi summit.
A series of meetings are expected.
The two leaders had a one-on-one meeting and a social dinner Wednesday night at Hanoi's Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel, where both expressed upbeat expectations about the outcome of their talks.
Updated at 9:58 a.m. BJT
Before beginning their one-on-one meeting, Trump and Kim again expressed optimism.
"The relation between us is very strong," Trump told reporters, adding that a lot of "good things" will happen.
Kim, equally optimistic, said, "Good results will come out."
During the short briefing, Trump emphasized that he will not hurry negotiations.
"No rush, we just want to do the right deal," said Trump.
Updated at 10:33 a.m. BJT
The two leaders are now in a private one-on-one meeting, scheduled up to 45 minutes.
What was said at last night's private meeting is still unknown.
A joint signing ceremony is expected later in the afternoon.