North Korea's Kim Jong-un meets South Korean envoys
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is hosting a dinner for two South Korean delegates, the first time officials from Seoul have met the young leader since he took office in 2011, BBC reports.
The South Korean president's office confirmed the meeting shortly after the delegates' arrival on Monday.
The delegation is in Pyongyang for rare talks partly aimed at restarting dialogue between the North and the US.
Relations between the Koreas have warmed following the Olympics.
In an unprecedented move the delegation includes two ministerial-level envoys - intelligence chief Suh Hoon and National Security adviser Chung Eui-yong.
North Korean state radio said the delegation was met by Ri Son-gwon, North Korea's reunification chief, who led talks in the weeks before the Winter Olympics.
During the two-day visit, the South Korean group will focus on establishing conditions for talks aimed at getting rid of the North's nuclear weapons as well as dialogue between the US and Pyongyang.
Mr Chung had earlier told a press briefing he would deliver President Moon Jae-in's "resolution to maintain the dialogue and improvement in relations between the South and the North... [and] to denuclearize the Korean peninsula".
"I plan to hold in-depth discussions on various ways to continue talks between not only the South and the North, but also the North and the United States," he added.