Seoul, S.Korea and Pyongyang, North Korea- 14/15June 2000 and File
POOL - Pyongyang, North Korea - 15 June
00.00 Wide shot, Kim Dae-jung and Kim Jong Il walking along runway
00.04 Mid shot crowd waving pink flowers
00.07 Mid shot the two Kims walking
00.12 CU Kim Jong il - pan to Kim Dae-jung
00.17 Wide shot plane on runway, surrounded by press
00.20 Mid shot the two Kims hugging
00.27 Wide shot plane leaving
00.32 Mid shot Kim Dae-jung waving
APTN - Seoul, SKorea - 15 June
00.36 Wide shot Kim Dae-jung at official welcome ceremony
00.40 Mid shot girls and boys waving flags
00.45 Wide shot reception
00.50 SOUNDBITE: (Korean) President Kim Dae-jung, South Korean President
01.03 Wide shot motorcade
01.09 Mid shot crowds cheering
01.15 Mid shot Kim Dae-jung walking among crowd
Seoul, S.Korea - 14 June
01.18 Wide pan stock exchange
01.26 CU securities board
01.30 SOUNDBITE: (English)Jean Jacques Grauher, EU Chamber of Commerce
North Korea - File
01.47 Mid shot labourers walking
01.50 Wide shot labourers in field
The inter-Korean summit turned out better than many had imagined, ending in clasped hands, champagne toasts and a historic accord to work toward eventual reunification.
South Korean President Kim Dae-jung arrived home from the three-day Pyongyang inter-Korea summit to a hero's welcome.
His return brings new hope for Korean families torn apart by war 50 years ago.
Kim Dae-jung says the issue of reuniting separated families will be discussed this month by Red Cross officials.
North Korean President Kim Jong Il bade farewell to Kim dae-jung at Pyongyang airport.
It was the culmination of a whirlwind courtship of two days, during which the leaders signed an historic agreement.
The two sides will set out to resolve the issues of reunification purely through the joint efforts of the Korean people.
The outside world was shrugged aside in a mood of Korean togetherness.
They also promised to reunite some of the thousands of families separated for 50 years by the armed border between north and south.
The South Koreans rolled out the red carpet for their triumphant leader's return.
The agreement will complete the remarkable transformation of North Korea from public enemy to close family.
This sentiment was reflected in Kim Dae-jung's coming home speech.
UPSOT - KOREAN
The President said, "I want to tell you that after visiting North Korea, I've gained confidence that the two Koreas will be able to reconcile and co-operate, so we can achieve unification in the future."
UPSOT - KOREAN
The president then drove into Seoul in a convoy of limousines.
Thousands of people, many waving national flags, lined the streets to welcome him.
Several times, Kim Dae-jung got out of his vehicle to shake the hands of excited spectators.
The new agreement has been cautiously welcomed by business leaders in South Korea.
It could offer a new market for them.
But first, the North needs help with food and basic goods for its neglected people.
"The result of this summit is to try to balance the two economies, to help the North Korean economy to try to get a bit up, to make it more balanced with the southern economies which means maybe creating a local market for products produced in the north by foreign companies."
SUPER CAPTION: Jean Jacques Grauher, EU Chamber of Commerce
North Koreans hope trade with the South will facilitate a better standard of living for its people.