Korean Summit: What media in Korean Peninsula said
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met South Korean President Moon Jae-in the truce village of Punmunjeom on Friday, April 27, for a historic summit aiming for peace and betterment of relations between the two neighbours who are technically at war.
The event made the headlines as the Korean and world media kept a close eye on its build-up and eventual occurrence.
Here is a look at the headlines that the newspapers in the Korean Peninsula carried on the historic summit:
The Korea Times: 'Korea Summit: History in the making'
The Korea Herald: 'Unexpected moments at Inter-Korean Summit'
Korea Joongang Daily: 'North Korea's Kim Jong-un makes history by crossing into South Korea'
The Chosun Ilbo: 'Leaders of 2 Koreas Meet at Border'
The Hankyoreh: 'Inter-Korean summit offers a chance for a new era of peace'
Yonhap News Agency: 'North Korean leader steps up charm offensive, crafts image as peace driver'
From North Korea:
Korean Central News Agency or KCNA (North Korean state media): 'Kim Jong Un Leaves Pyongyang for North-South Summit Meeting and Talks'
The KCNA, however, also carried a news headlined 'Anti-Reunification Moves against Aspiration of Nation' accusing conservatives in South Korea of "working hard to stoke discord and antagonism among compatriots while painting a black picture of the DPRK's positive efforts for mending the inter-Korean relations".
North Korea Times: 'Kim Jong Un to to cross into rival territory for summit'
The Pyongyang Times didn't carry any news on the summit as of 2.11 pm local time in North Korea.