The two Koreas began Friday their first summit for more than ten years.
Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean president to walk on the southern soil.
He crossed the demarcation line into the demilitarized zone to officially meet his South Korean counterpart Moon-Jae-in.
The two heads of state begin formal discussions.
According to the North Korean media, Kim Jong-un will openly discuss all issues, including the future of nuclear weapons on the peninsula, and the official end of the war between the two countries.
The talks are also expected to lead to a second summit in the coming months between Kim and President Trump.