Kim became the first North Korean leader to step into South Korean territory since 1953

North Korea   Kim Jong Un has declared “a new history begins now” after shaking hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the start of a landmark peace summit.

Kim became the first North Korean leader to step into South Korean territory since 1953 on Friday morning, crossing the line that separates the two Koreas at the demilitarized zone
He was greeted by President Moon before walking along a red carpet to the Peace House for the first meeting between the leaders of the divided Koreas since 2007.
Kim received a full welcoming ceremony, including a military band which played the traditional Korean folk song “arirang,” well known in both North and South Korea.

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