Historic talks have taken place between leaders of North and South Korea, aided by dish of cold noodles. North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korea's President Moon Jae-in discussed whole range of bilateral issues, including denuclearization of Korean Peninsular. Cold noodles ensured talks were conducted in jovial manner. After Kim Jong-un made history by becoming first North Korean leader to cross the border and step foot in South, he joked about his gift of cold noodles for his counterpart. Long queues formed outside cold noodle shops in Seoul. On social media, term "cold noodles" was trending higher than "North Korea-South Korea summit".
World leaders were optimistic on Friday that summit would lead to peace between two Koreas. The two countries are technically still at war, having never signed peace treaty since end of the Korean War in 1953. China praised Korean leaders for their "political courage". It welcomed their joint declaration vowing to denuclearize Korean Peninsula and seek peace treaty. China's foreign ministry called the handshake on border between the leaders "historic moment". Many families either side of the border were separated by Korean War. They are now hopeful that better relations between their two countries will allow them to reunite with family members after decades of separation.