North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister expressed a wish for closer inter-Korean relations in her writing in the visitor's book at South Korea's presidential office prior to her meeting with President Moon Jae-in there on Saturday.
Kim Yo-jong visited the office, Cheong Wa Dae, in Seoul in her capacity as a special envoy of North Korea's leader, along with the North's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong-nam.
The art work features a Chinese character meaning "mutual understanding" and a Korean Peninsula map, along with a lengthy writing by Shin to the effect that efforts to find out and create new roads amid an impasse are essential to overcoming division and achieving unification.
"Before posing together for the photo, President Moon explained the meaning of the art work to Kim Yo-jong and Kim Yong-nam," said a presidential aide. (Yonhap)