The American left had its "you go girl" moment when the sinister sister of Kim Jong Un gave "deadly side eye" to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during the Olympic games.
Wearing matching uniforms of red, the "army of beauties", as they have been dubbed in South Korea, performed perfectly synchronised routines and songs from the stands, much to the amusement of the crowds and press.
It would be the first summit in more than 10 years between the Korean leaders. His office said he did not interact with the North Koreans.
Washington is not expected to support the initiative - recently the Trump administration has been exerting "maximum pressure" on North Korea to abandon its nuclear programme.
Meanwhile, the USA media were having a field day of gay athletes protesting Vice President Pence, because he respectfully disagrees with homosexuality based on his Christian beliefs.
The hardline USA policy is at odds with the more conciliatory approach towards the North favoured by South Korea.
Moon met Kim Yo Jong and the North's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam for talks and lunch at the Blue House today.
"We are now going to witness how powerful the sports can bring to promote peace and reconciliation and friendship and harmony between South and North Korea", former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who spoke before the show began, said. After months of silence on whether it would even take part in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in the South, which had their opening ceremony yesterday, nuclear-armed North Korea has gone on a charm offensive, dispatching athletes, performers and Kim's sister plus other diplomatic delegates to the South. "Special envoy Kim Yo Jong delivered a personal letter" from her brother stating his "wish to improve inter-Korean relations", said Moon's spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom.
Pence to North Korea: 'If you want to talk, we'll talk'
Moreover, he is not in included in the global black lists, unlike many other official representatives of North Korea ", she said. In December, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered to begin direct talks with the isolated nation without pre-conditions.