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Historic talks have [taken / taking] place between the leaders of North and South Korea, aided by the [saucer / dish] of cold noodles. North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korea's President Moon Jae-in discussed a [hole / whole] range of bilateral issues, [including / include] the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsular. Cold noodles [ensued / ensured] the talks were conducted in a jovial [mannerism / manner] . After Kim Jong-un made history by becoming the first North Korean leader to cross the border and step [foot / feet] in the South, he joked about his gift of cold noodles for his [counterpart / counterpoint] . Long [queues / cues] formed outside cold noodle shops in Seoul. On social media, the [turn / term] "cold noodles" was trending higher than "North Korea-South Korea summit".

World leaders were [optimistic / optimism] on Friday that the summit would lead to peace between the two Koreas. The two countries are technically still [to / at] war, having never signed a peace treaty [for / since] the end of the Korean War in 1953. China [prised / praised] the Korean leaders for their "political courage". It welcomed their joint declaration [bowing / vowing] to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula and [seek / seem] a peace treaty. China's foreign ministry called the handshake [in / on] the border between the leaders a "historic moment". Many families [neither / either] side of the border were separated by the Korean War. They are now hopeful that better [relation / relations] between their two countries will allow them to reunite with family members after decades [of / off] separation.

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