Kim Jong Un's dinner with South Korea's president has a special menu with hidden symbols — here's what they all mean

South Korea is pulling out all the stops for the upcoming inter-Korean summit this week where President Moon Jae-in will meet with Kim Jong Un for the first time — and the food they'll be eating will be fraught with symbolism.

Friday's summit follows Kim making an unexpected trip to Beijing and precedes a much-awaited planned summit with President Donald Trump. It will take place in the "truce village" of Panmunjom in the Korean Demilitarized Zone.

There have only been two such summits since the start of the Korean War in 1950, with both held during the reign of Kim's father, Kim Jong Il.

As the summit follows a year of extreme tension between the Koreas, it carries high expectations: South Korean officials are reportedly aiming for a peace treaty between the two countries by the end of the summit.

The South Korean President's official residence, also known as the Blue House, released the menu and sample photos of what the two leaders will be eating on Tuesday. The order of the courses is not clear.

Click through to see the food South Korea is serving specially for the inter-Korean summit — and what South Korea hopes it will mean for inter-Korean peace:

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