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Thursday, 15 June, 2000, 11:41 GMT 12:41 UK
Picture gallery: Two Koreas make history
The first ever summit between North and South Korea began with a handshake and ended with a landmark deal to work towards reunification.

Kim Jong-il and Kim Dae-jung shake hands at the airport
The historic handshake which could pave the way for warmer relations

Kim Jong-il applauds as Kim Dae-jung greets the crowds
Kim Dae-jung fulfills his dream of becoming the first South Korean leader to set foot in the North

Hundreds of thousands line the streets to wave at the two presidents
The two leaders held hands in a show of solidarity during the drive into Pyongyang

Kim Jong-il and Kim Dae-jung at the farewell lunch
The summit turned into Kim Jong-il's coming out party as the reclusive leader surprised everyone with his relaxed style

Lee Hee-ho dances with children at a kindergarten in Pyongyang
South Korea's first lady Lee Hee-ho visits a kindergarten in Pyongyang

The two leaders read press coverage of the summit in South Korean papers
Kim Jong-il jokingly complained of the way the foreign media portrayed him as a hermit

Seoul press centre
The press centre in Seoul: Non-Korean media were barred from Pyongyang

Lee In-sub hoping the summit will lead to a family reunion
Lee In-sub, separated from his family since the Korean War, stares north across the world's most heavily fortified border

The two leaders sign historic deal
The two Kims sign a historic deal agreeing to solve the reunification question

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