Kenji Fujimoto, a Japanese cook who worked for North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, is to visit North Korea again, South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reports.
He was invited by the new leader Kim Jong-un. Before leaving for Pyongyang he said that he would spend two or three weeks there.
He is going to give a present of bluefin tuna to the new North Korean leader.
Fujimoto worked for the North Korean leader for 13 years. In 2003, he published a memoir entitled I was Kim Jong Il's Cook, detailing many of his experiences with Kim Jong-il.