The Supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un crossed the border into South Korea for the first time in 2018 , where he was greeted by the South Korean President Moon Jae in ahead of the two Koreas first summit in one decade.
It was the first time since the Korean war halted in 1953 that a North Korean leader has come to South Korea , and it was broadcasting live across country and the world watched the historical moment.
Kim was greeted by Moon Jae in. The two leaders smiled and shook hands after which they crossed over to North Korea briefly and then returned to South, holding hands. It took place as a part of the historic Inter Korean summit that began in the Southern side of the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarised Zone.