Historic North-South Summit for National Reconciliation and Unity, Peace and Prosperity

Kim Jong Un Crosses Demarcation Line at Panmunjom for North-South Summit


Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, came to Panmunjom on April 27 for the historic north-south summit meeting and talks.

The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un left the Phanmun Pavilion at 9 a.m., leading senior party, government and army officials, and reached the Demarcation Line at Panmunjom.

President Moon Jae In of south Korea was present before the line to greet Kim Jong Un.

Kim Jong Un shook hands with Moon Jae In and exchanged greetings.

He crossed the Demarcation Line and had souvenir photos taken with Moon Jae In with the Phanmun Pavilion in the north side portion and the "House of Freedom" in the south side portion for backgrounds.

Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae In crossed the Demarcation Line of Panmunjom and shook hands with each other warmly once again in the north side portion before proceeding to the south side portion of Panmunjom.

Political News Team