1. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shaking hands
2. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Kim Jong Un, North Korean leader:
"There are a lot of people hoping (for the best result). I am worried we will disappoint them if we do not follow up on any good agreements and announcements from the past meetings, and also if we do not make this meeting the opportunity to improve our relationship. Therefore I want to say that we should be more determined so we can look back at the lost 10 years and say it was not wasted. I hope we can meet frequently to solve problems between the two."
4. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Moon Jae-in, South Korean President:
"I hope we can have a conversation with big results in mind and reach an agreement, so we can give our citizens and everyone around the world, who hope for peace, a big gift."
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held the first North-South Korea summit in more than a decade on Friday.
Kim said he's ready for "heartfelt, sincere and honest" talks with Moon on pending issues and that the Koreas must not repeat the past where they were "unable to fulfill our agreements."
Kim said he was worried they would disppoint people "if we do not follow up on any good agreements and announcements from the past meetings."
He added that he hoped the two could "meet frequently" to resolve issues.
Kim did not make any direct mention of the North Korean nuclear issue in the part of his talks with Moon that were shown on live television.
Moon in response there were high expectations surrounding the inter-Korean summit and that they produce an agreement that would please the people of Koreas and also "everyone around the world, who hope for peace."
Kim gave his younger sister Kim Yo Jong a place at the negotiating table.
She was in Kim's delegation as he walked across the line that divides the two Koreas on Friday morning and took a seat beside him as the first round of talks started.
The only other North Korean official present was former intelligence chief Kim Yong Chol, the top official in charge of relations with the South.
Kim Yo Jong has emerged as the most visible member of Kim Jong Un's regime after her brother - since she became the first member of the ruling North Korean family to travel to the South in early February for the Olympics.
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