The stylish royals both opted for blue dresses, with Prince Carl Philip’s wife Sofia, 35, opting for a tiered sky blue chiffon creation with a slim black belt.
The Crown Princess, 41, was equally stylish in an metallic blue textured dress.
President Moon-Jae and the first lady, Kim Jung-sook, met with King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia and their children during an official outing in Stockholm.
From left to right: Princess Sofia, Prince Carl Philip, Queen Silvia, Kim Jung-sook, Mon-Jae, King Carl VI Gustaf, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel
South Korean President Moon-Jae (left) met with King Carl VI Gustaf (right) of Sweden in Stockholm this morning
Moon-Jae was accompanied by his wife Kim Jung-sook (left). She shared a carriage with Queen Silvia of Sweden (right)
Everyone looked in good spirit as the Swedish royals welcomed the South Korean’s first couple at the Royal Palace.
Queen Silvia wore a lovely mint green co-ordinated skirt suit, with matching hat and shawl.
Kim Jung-sook opted for a white coat over her white and black dress with floral motifs.
The two women greeted well-wishers, as they took part in a carriage procession outside the royal palace.
Meanwhile Carl VI Gustaf, wearing his military uniform and decorations, walked with Moon-Jae, smartly dressed in a blue suit.
This morning marks the start of Mon-Jae’s two-day trip to Sweden at the invitation of Carl VI.
Moon-Jae and King Carl VI (pictured) looked in good spirits. They will discuss several diplomatic topics during the South Korean president’s two-day visit
He is accompanied by a delegation of South Korean government ministers and business representatives.
Later today the South Korean president will head to meetings with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
According to local media, the two men will discuss the Moon administration’s vision of an ‘inclusive country’ and a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.
They will also touch on Sweden’s experience as a cradle of cooperative labour-management relations.
The visit celebrates 60 years of diplomacy between South Korea and Sweden.
Moon-Jae is on the last leg of a his nine-day tour of the Nordic Islands. He arrived in Finland on 9 June.
He then visited Norway on 12 June before heading to Sweden today.
The visit celebrates 60 years of diplomacy between Sweden and South Korea, according to local media. Pictured: Moon-Jae and King Carl VI at the Royal Palace in Stockholm