KEI’s simulation turns students into lead negotiators for one of the six major regional stakeholders in North Korea’s denuclearization (i.e., United States, Russia, South Korea, North Korea, China, and Japan). As government representatives, students are tasked to reach a comprehensive agreement for North Korea’s denuclearization. With private information, resources, and their own initiative, student negotiators are out to win the best outcome for their respective governments. Participants will learn about the issues involved in resolving the North Korea security issue and the difficulties of international negotiations, while having a great time through experiential learning. And, best of all, no prior knowledge is necessary to take part in the program. The simulation is appropriate for college classrooms, policy grad schools, MBA programs, and negotiation classes.