SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in wrapped up the first round of talks on Friday for their countries’ first summit in over a decade, the South’s presidential office said on Friday.
Kim and Moon will meet later in the afternoon after they have lunch separately. Kim returned to the North in a black limousine with bodyguards surrounding the vehicle as it made its way across the border.
The two are scheduled to plant a memorial tree at the border around 0430 GMT to kick off their second session of the summit.
Reporting by Inter-Korean Summit Press Corps, Christine Kim and Josh Smith. Editing by Lincoln Feast.