The South Korean musicians taking part include singers and bands from a variety of genres, ranging from traditional folk songs to trendier K-pop, while some 20 taekwondo performers have also travelled.
As many as 160 K-pop musicians could take part in the concerts; such top musicians as Cho Yong Pil, the five-strong Red Velvet female band (except for one of its members, Joy, who didn't join her bandmates due to scheduling conflicts with the drama she's now starring in and was harshly slammed on social media for her being absent) and the solo singer Seohuyn will perform for their North Korean neighbors.
The 120-member group - 11 musical acts as well as dancers, technicians and martial artists - gave one concert on Sunday with another set for Tuesday.
Also in the group traveling Saturday are staff members, taekwondo performers, journalists and government officials tasked with supporting the performers.
The summit between Kim and South Korean President Moon - only the third to take place since the 1950-53 Korean War - could prove significant in the global diplomatic efforts to resolve the standoff over the North's nuclear program.
Despite the North's isolation and strict curbs on unauthorised foreign culture, enforced with prison terms, K-pop and South Korean TV shows have become increasingly popular there thanks to flash drives smuggled across the border with China.
North Koreans won't be seeing Psy perform, but they're still in for a rare treat.
In February, North Korea's Samjiyon Orchestra performed in the South to celebrate the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
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The officials were serving at the U.S. embassy in Moscow and another two were serving at the USA consulate in Yekaterinburg. Russian Federation has asked Britain to cut its diplomatic and technical staff in the country by a little more than fifty.
He pledged to do all he can to have the culture and sports fields open the way for peace on the Korean Peninsula and inter-Korean reconciliation.
K-pop legend Cho said: "I will comfortably perform in the North as I do here. We'll return after performing well".
The South's taekwondo athletes also staged a performance before an audience of 2,300 in Pyongyang yesterday ahead of a joint display of the Korean martial art with the North's practitioners on Monday.
Eleven Korean acts are in the lineup of the concerts, which are together titled "Spring Comes": Cho Yong-pil, Lee Sun-hee, Choi Jin-hee, Yoon Do-hyun, Baek Ji-young, Red Velvet, Jungin, Seohyun, Ali, Kang San-eh and Kim Kwang-min.
South Korean media pool reports from Pyongyang said Kim and his wife, Ri Sol Ju, watched Sunday's performance by the South Korean group at the East Pyongyang Grand Theater.
K-pop stars led a group of South Korean musicians arriving in Pyongyang yesterday to take part in the latest set of cross-border cultural performances ahead of next month's rare inter-Korean summit.
On March 30, a source from SM Entertainment told news outlet OSEN, "Back when they asked us to perform, we planned on adjusting our schedules in order to have all members of Red Velvet perform". On Tuesday, the two Koreas plan to hold a joint performance. There is even speculation in South Korean media that Mr Kim could attend one of the concerts.