The President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in and his wife went on a four-day trip to China, where they have been pictured enjoying a traditional Chinese breakfast at a Beijing restaurant near the Diaoyutai Guesthouse Thursday morning on the second day of their trip.
The South Korean Ambassador to China, Noh Young -min, accompanied President Moon and the First Lady Kin Jung-sook ordered a traditional Chinese breakfast that included youtiao (Chinese fried doughnut), doujiang (homemade soy milk) and xiaolongbao (soup dumplings).
Youtiao, also known as Chinese crullers, is a breakfast favorite in China. It is usually served alongside porridge, soy milk, and scallion pancakes or steamed sticky rice.
South Korean President Moon paid for the traditional Chinese meal like many modern Chinese do with the homegrown mobile payment app, WeChat Pay.