A pro-unification activist in Seoul holds a bottle of ginseng wine from the North Korean city of Kaesong. AFP / Argus Paul ESTABROOK
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South Koreans used the rare opportunity of seeing raw footage of Kim to speculate on everything from his speech habits to his health.There was a moment many South Koreans noted when Kim made an off-the-cuff comment about naengmyeon, cold buckwheat noodles that are a North Korean delicacy popular among South Koreans and are to be served at Kim and Moon's dinner meeting.The remarks, which didn't seem to fit with the intimidating image most South Koreans have of Kim, went viral on social media as people shared them in disbelief and even suggested he has a future in comedy.As Kim walked a few hundred meters from the border and climbed some stairs to the Peace House where the summit is taking place, some South Koreans questioned whether the heavyset young leader was physically struggling.
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