The meeting will be at the truce
The North last week proposed resuming the working-level military talks in a rare overture to the South.
"The North has accepted our counter-proposal to hold talks on Thursday," a ministry spokesman told AFP.
"The agenda was not fixed but we believe tomorrows meeting will focus on the implementation of agreements reached at earlier talks."
Ties soured further after North Korean soldiers in July shot dead a
The North has blamed the South for the incident and refused to let it send an investigation team.
South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-Soo has said he hoped the military meeting would help thaw relations.
The proposal for new talks came despite a deadlock in an international nuclear disarmament deal. The North has announced it will start work as early as this week to reactivate its plutonium reprocessing plant.
At a rare summit in October 2007 involving
The last working-level military talks in January were supposed to discuss ways to ease travel, customs clearance and communications at the Seoul-funded
But they ended without agreement.
High-level military talks held in December 2007, to discuss a proposed joint fishing area to avert clashes in the
The two nations have remained technically at war since their 1950-1953 war ended with an armistice and not a peace pact.