N. Korea leader wants to dance with U.S
Sat 12 June, 2004 08:04 / TOKYO (Reuters) - - - - - North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is so eager for dialogue with the United States that his negotiators to six-party talks on Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions will talk until they are hoarse...[Kim] made the remarks on the so far inconclusive talks on curbing the North?s nuclear arms programmes in a rare recent meeting with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi.
?We want other countries concerned to play music so that we can dance well,? he was quoted as saying.
?He (Kim) wanted to dance (with Bush) so much as to get thirsty,? Koizumi told the US president in a somewhat cryptic expression, the influential daily Asahi Shimbun reported, quoting a source close to the premier.