It was a bizarre and oddly friendly encounter for Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un today as the president met the North Korean dictator at the Demilitarized Zone. After exchanging some pleasantries, Trump became the first U.S. president to step foot in North Korea. The leaders then decided to restart nuclear talks.

The New York Times writes:

Met in the middle by a beaming Mr. Kim, Mr. Trump stepped across a low concrete marker at 3:46 p.m. local time and walked 20 steps to the base of a building on the North Korean side for an encounter carried live on international television — an unprecedented, camera-friendly demonstration of friendship intended to revitalize stalled talks.

“It is good to see you again,” a seemingly exuberant Mr. Kim told the president through an interpreter. “I never expected to meet you in this place.”

“Big moment, big moment,” Mr. Trump told him.

Whether that was a good or bad moment though depends on who you ask.