At the beginning of the summit, Kim Jong-un said that he brought buckwheat noodles from Pyongyang for his South Korean counterpart and would be glad if he tried it "during the evening banquet,” publication Yonhap news reported.
“We’ve made efforts to bring Pyongyang naengmyeon all the way from Pyongyang,” Kim said in opening remarks at the summit.
“So, hopefully, Mr. President can now enjoy Pyongyang naengmyeon from afar, though I suppose I mustn’t say ‘afar’ now,” Kim added.
The residents of Seoul decided to taste the noodles for themselves and rushed to restaurants during their lunch break.
"Today we have definitely more customers thanks to the summit. Usually only during the summer do we have such a flow of visitors,” an employee of one of the restaurants said.
Another restaurant owner added that visitors continue to arrive, despite the fact that all the parking spaces are occupied.
Kim and Moon held talks in the Peace House, just south of the border in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas.
Earlier on Friday, the DPRK leader walked across the border between the two Koreas — the first time a North Korean leader had stepped foot on South Korean soil since the end of the Korean War in 1953.
The two leaders have agreed to work on a peace treaty.