The DPRK stands for North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio told the media Tuesday that North Korea appears to be holding off on an imminent launch of missiles into waters near the US territory in the Pacific.
It is thought supreme leader Kim Jong-un may order the launch in the coming days after threats of "fire and fury" from US President Donald Trump.
China denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's monetary offering to the Yasukuni Shrine on Tuesday, the 72nd anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II.
It was their first phone talks since July 31, when they held a discussion following a second launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea.
Moon in a speech Tuesday also said resolving the North Korean threat could begin with freezing its nuclear weapons program.
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In photos released with the KCNA report, Kim was seen holding a baton and pointing at a map showing a flight path for the missiles appearing to start from North Korea's east coast, flying over Japan towards Guam. But it also reported that leader Kim Jong Un would watch US conduct before giving his orders for the test.
Abe also told reporters, "We will make every effort to prepare for any situation to protect the safety of the Japanese people through an advanced surveillance and missile defense structure based on a solid Japan-U.S. alliance".
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delayed a decision on firing missiles towards Guam and USA officials have since taken a gentler tone, but tension in the region nonetheless remains high. But its comments appeared to signal a path to defuse the crisis by saying Kim would watch USA conduct before giving his orders. In response, the South Korean government said it "cannot contain our profound concern that Japan's responsible leaders continue contributing money and paying respects at Yasukuni, which whitewashes a history of colonial pillaging and wars of invasion".
The U.S. planes, which were created to carry nuclear bombs and later switched to conventional payloads, have flown several sorties in East Asia over the past several weeks.
Japan has deployed missile interceptor batteries along the path that North Korean ballistic missiles would fly if the country goes ahead with its threat to fire the missiles toward Guam, which hosts key USA military facilities. He made a similar donation previous year.