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The pair agreed to bring the two countries together and establish a "peace zone" on the contested border.
The war began in 1950 and most fighting came to an end with an armistice three years later.
But peace was never officially declared and the two countries have been officially at war ever since.
At their first summit in more than a decade, the two sides announced they would seek an agreement to establish "permanent" and "solid" peace on the peninsula.
Pictured, fans from North Korea cheer on athletes at the Games in Pyeong Chang Unlike most athletes who bunk with teammates, North Koreans will share their rooms with minders who will be closely monitoring their every move.
For its samurai-era invasions and those decades of colonialism, the Japanese are to this day the favorite villain in North Korean movies.
North Korean athletes are reportedly being guarded round the clock at the Winter Olympics in a bid to stop them from defecting.
About 500 North Koreans are in Pyeong Chang in South Korea for the Games, including athletes, officials, cheerleaders but also security officials, minders and informants, CNN reports.
The cultural chauvinism hasn't gone away, but mainstream Japanese attitudes toward Koreans have softened.
South Korean youth culture - its K-pop and television dramas - are big hits with Japanese women.