President Moon Jae-in arrived in Singapore, the second and final leg of his six-day Southeast Asian tour.
This is the first state visit to the city-state by a sitting South Korean President in 15 years.
During the 3-day visit, President Moon will attend the official welcoming ceremony at the country's top office, the Istana, and sit down for talks with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Thursday.
Several bilateral MOUs will be signed after the summit, and a joint press conference will be held.
On Friday the South Korean leader will unveil messages of peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula while conducting a lecture before some 4-hundred movers and shakers of various industries in Singapore.
Yesterday, before departing India, the South Korean president and the country's PM agreed to expand their bilateral trade to 50-billion U.S. dollars by the year 2030.