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Kim Jong Un meets K-pop stars

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean K-pop singers. 



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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean K-pop singers. KCNA/via Reuters

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean K-pop singers. KCNA/via Reuters
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un poses with South Korean K-pop singers in Pyongyang. 

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un poses with South Korean K-pop singers in Pyongyang. KCNA/via Reuters

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un poses with South Korean K-pop singers in Pyongyang. KCNA/via Reuters
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South Korean K-pop singers perform in a concert under the title "Spring is Coming" at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. 


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South Korean K-pop singers perform in a concert under the title "Spring is Coming" at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. KCNA/via Reuters

South Korean K-pop singers perform in a concert under the title "Spring is Coming" at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. KCNA/via Reuters
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. 


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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. KCNA/via Reuters

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. KCNA/via Reuters
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The audience watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. 


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The audience watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. KCNA/via Reuters

The audience watch South Korean K-pop singers perform. KCNA/via Reuters
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju greet South Korean K-pop singers at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. 


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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju greet South Korean K-pop singers at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. KCNA/via Reuters

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju greet South Korean K-pop singers at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre. KCNA/via Reuters
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Members of South Korean K-pop girl group Red Velvet leave for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul, March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Members of South Korean K-pop girl group Red Velvet leave for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul, March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Members of South Korean K-pop girl group Red Velvet leave for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul, March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
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South Korean K-pop idol singer Seohyun leaves for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul,  March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

South Korean K-pop idol singer Seohyun leaves for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul, March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

South Korean K-pop idol singer Seohyun leaves for Pyongyang at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul, March 31. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
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Yoon Sang (C), the musical director for South Korean art troupe and Culture Minister Do Jong-hwan (L) attend a ceremony before leaving for Pyongyang, at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Yoon Sang (C), the musical director for South Korean art troupe and Culture Minister Do Jong-hwan (L) attend a ceremony before leaving for Pyongyang, at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Yoon Sang (C), the musical director for South Korean art troupe and Culture Minister Do Jong-hwan (L) attend a ceremony before leaving for Pyongyang, at the Gimpo International airport in Seoul. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
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