The only proper course of action is for the Pentagon and the CIA to exit the country and bring those 23,000 American soldiers stationed in Korea home. No negotiations. No agreements. No talks. Just butt out of what is none of your business and exit the scene by coming home.
Why are there 23,000 U.S. troops in Korea? It's because the U.S. government, headed by President Harry S. Truman and his newly established national-security establishment, decided to intervene in another country's civil war more than half-a-century ago.
That's right — a civil war. That's all it was.
What business did the U.S. government have in intervening in another country's civil war? No business at all. The Korean civil war, just like the civil war in Vietnam, was none of the U.S. government's business.