Kim Jong-un Swiss summit dish to remind him of school -

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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Kim Jong-un Swiss summit dish to remind him of school

Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-In will be served dishes from both parts of the Korean peninsula
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is to be served a Swiss potato dish at a summit dinner with the South, in an apparent attempt to remind him of school.
Mr Kim is said to have studied in Switzerland, though this has never been confirmed.
Meanwhile for the benefit of South Korean President Moon Jae-In, a flat sea fish reminiscent of his port city hometown of Busan is on the menu.
Friday's summit will be the first between the two Koreas since 2007.
Produce and recipes will come from both countries, hosts South Korea said.
The North's signature dish of cold noodles will be cooked on the South side of the demilitarised zone by a chef from Pyongyang's renowned Okryu Gwan restaurant, at President Moon's request.
The Swiss fried potato dish to be eaten by Mr Kim is known as rösti.
South Korea's presidency published pictures of the dishes - here the rösti
It is believed that Mr Kim went to school in Switzerland, but this has never been confirmed officially by North Korea.
Munbaeju, a distilled liquor which originated in the North but is now made in the South will also be served at the summit, the South Korean government confirmed in a post (in Korean) on the Presidential Facebook page.
Mr Moon will eat a baked John Dory sea fish that is commonly served in his hometown, the South Korean port city, Busan.
The summit is the result of diplomatic efforts to negotiate North Korea's nuclear weapons programme.
Mr Moon will eat a baked John Dory sea fish, common in his hometown
Seoul has been known to make political points through the food it serves visiting leaders.

- bbc 

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