PANMUNJOM – The leaders of South and North Korea, president Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un, together have a fir tree planted on the dividing line between the two Korea’s, where they Friday for a summit convened.
The tree dates back to 1953, the year in which the hostilities in the Korean war after three years of bloody battle ceased. A formal peace has never come. The frontline of those days that divides the two countries. The line will be at the meeting point of Moon and Kim, at the border crossing Panmunjom, marked by a kind of concrete threshold. The two leaders boarded the bus at the beginning of their top hand-in-hand match.
The two planted a tree for peace and prosperity. About the roots, drew the leaders of the earth from the south and from the north. Kim begoot the roots with water from the Han river in the south of the peninsula, and Moon begoot the roots with water from the river, the Daedong in the north, reported news agency Yonhap.