- North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Became the first North Korean leader to visit South Korea after 65 years.
- South Korean President For Moon Jae-in helped during the last summit between the two countries since he was a former chief of staff of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun.
- The summit took place in the Peace House in the village of Panmunjom which was located in the heart of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea.
- The Panmunjom declaration commits to having a complete denuclearisation for a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.
- Kim Jong Un wore his trademark black Mao suit and President Moon wore a navy jacket and hold hands when they walked side-by-side across the demarcation line inside the truce village of Panmunjom at the start of the summit.
- The two leaders also announced for a three-way talk involving United States President Trump or a four-way talk that includes President Xi of China that will convert the armistice into a peace treaty which will create a permanent peace on the Korean peninsula.
- There was also an agreement in providing a permanent communication office in the North Korean town of Kaesong.
- It was also agreed to have a resumption of temporary reunions between relatives separated by the Korean War.
- Expanding civilian exchanges was also agreed upon.
- Pursuing of joint sports and cultural events were included in the agreement.
- A mango mousse decorated with a blue map that symbolizes a Unified Korean Peninsulas was served.
- There have been two meetings prior to this third summit that happened in 2000 (with former South Korean president, Kim Dae-jung) and 2007 (with former South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun) wherein Kim Jong Il (the late father of Kim Jong Un) hosted the summits in Pyongyang or P'yŏngyang which is the capital and largest city of North Korea.