Kim_Jong un_Moon_Jae in_Mount_Paektu_1North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (center left) holds hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in (center right) atop Mt. Paektu. They are flanked by their respective wives, Ri Sol-Ju (left) and Kim Jung-sook (right).Getty

On the third and final day of his trip to North Korea on Thursday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in was treated to a trip most South Koreans can only dream of. 

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un brought Moon to Mount Paektu, the Korean peninsula’s tallest mountain and what is considered as the spiritual birthplace of the Korean people. 

The two leaders posed for pictures on the rim of the 9,000-foot-high dormant volcano, holding their hands up in a sign of joint triumph, flanked by their wives. 

Source: Associated Press