Following the Libya Model?

My name is Daniel. I was an English teacher in Seoul, South Korea, and am now a writer who has
published three books including South Korea: Our Story by Daniel Nardini.
                              As negotiations between the United States, the Republic of Korea and
the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea continue, there has been suggestions that the DPRK
could be made to denuclearize just like Libya did. There are a whole list of problems and questions
to this. First, Libya’s former leader Muammar Gaddafi had voluntarily surrendered all nuclear,
chemical and biological weaponry which were then closely monitored and taken out of the country
by U.S. and NATO countries. Second, Gaddafi had kept his pledge to no longer manufacture
any of the nuclear, chemical and biological weapons that he had stockpiled for years. Finally,
western monitors remained in his country to make sure these things were never produced again
until Gaddafi’s regime fell. Would Kim Jong-un agree to all of this, and would he allow American
and western military observers into the DPRK to observe the total dismantling of North Korea’s
nuclear, chemical and biological weapons??? There are too many questions, and simply no answers
that are satisfactory. Also, Kim Jong-un traveled to China for consultations with the Chinese.
What they discussed and what they may do is unknown to the rest of the world. Until North
Korea is denuclearized like Libya was, I will believe it when I see it (that and making sure that
North Korea does not trick the West and South Korea again like it did under Kim Jong-il in
the middle to late 2000’s).