Kim Jong Un invited Moon Jae-in to step briefly across the demarcation line into North Korea.
Smiling and holding hands, leaders of two Koreas met at historic summit at the heavily fortified demilitarised zone between the countries on Friday in the first summit for the two Koreas in over a decade. The meeting, aimed at ending their decades-long conflict and easing tensions over the North's nuclear weapons programme, comes weeks before Kim is due to meet U.S. President Donald Trump.
"I am happy to meet you," Moon told Kim before the visitor stepped over the line, making him the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since the Korean War ended in an armistice 65 years ago.
Walking on a red carpet rolled out for the two heads of state, the pair were met by a South Korean honour guard in historical costumes and playing traditional music.
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"The two leaders had a sincere and frank dialogue over the denuclearisation and the establishment of permanent peace of the Korean peninsula and development of inter-Korea ties," the South Korean President's spokesman said.
The leaders of North and South Korea will be joined by their wives Ri Sol Ju and Kim Jung-sook for a banquet on Friday after the inter-Korean summit.
Sources told news agency AFP that Kim Jong Un And Moon Jae-in discussed denuclearisation and permanent peace on peninsula.
Kim Jong Un told Moon Jae-in that he was "flooded with emotion" at crossing into South Korea.
Moon Jae-in expressed hopes that after their summit at Panmunjom, "our meetings will continue at Pyongyang, Seoul, Jeju island and Paektu mountain" -- the island and mountain at the southern and northern ends of the Korean peninsula, reported news agency AFP.
According to the official, Moon told the visitor he could "show you scenes far better than this if you come to the Blue House", with Kim responding: "Really? I will go to the Blue House any time if you invite me."
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told the South's President Moon Jae-in on Friday he was willing to visit him in Seoul "any time if you invite me", Moon's spokesman said.
The two previous summits between leaders of the Koreas, in 2000 and 2007, were in Pyongyang, the North's capital.
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in told the North's leader Kim Jong Un that he hoped to see a "bold agreement" as they began their summit Friday.
"I hope we engage in frank talks and reach a bold agreement so that we may give a big gift to the whole Korean people and the people who want peace," Moon said.
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Inter-Korean summit begins
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in sat down at an oval table to begin their inter-Korean summit Friday, television footage showed, according to AFP.
Kim and Moon were photographed with two children from Daeseong-dong, the South Korean village. They smiled and posed with the leaders at the start of the welcoming ceremony.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed the border into South Korea for the first time today, where he was greeted by the South's president, Moon Jae-in ahead of the two Koreas' first summit in more than a decade.