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Jae-In: Summit Friday and President

jae-in: And, judging from his summit Friday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, it appears he wants to stay that way.article continues below Trending Stories Elderly woman, three men stabbed in unprovoked DTES attacks; suspect in custody Fentanyl drug crisis could cost Vancouver property owners more in taxB.C. Housing pledges to fix problems at low-income rentals Killarney secondary school collecting funds for student's funeral In a deliberate show of confidence almost bravado Kim literally strolled across the military demarcation line that has divided the Koreas for three generations, sat as an equal at the negotiating table with Moon and then joined him at an intricately arranged banquet before riding his black Mercedes limousine back into the land he rules absolutely, according to Vancouver Courier. The optics were largely the same as his first summit, when he ended six years of self-imposed isolation in the North and met Chinese President Xi Jinping last month in Beijing. He's meeting them as the proud leader of a nuclear power. There were lots of feel-good moments, enthusiastic smiles and big handshakes for carefully staged photo ops emotionally charged visuals that will play just as well abroad as they will strum the ethnic and national pride of his domestic audience. In his joint statement with Moon, Kim agreed to seek the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. But any real promise regarding the future of all those missiles and nuclear weapons was missing. ( As reported in the news.