A quick answer: Probably not.
Before getting on a plane headed back to the U.S., Trump held an hour-long press conference with the gathered global media, describing his hopes for the impact of the summit.
Kim, in return, agreed to work toward a vague "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula". "They are fighting hard to downplay the deal with North Korea".
When relations between the USA and the DPRK thawed slightly between 1990 and 2005, a repatriation agreement allowed 229 sets of remains to come home to American families.
Aware that the eyes of the world were on a moment many people never expected to see, Kim said many of those watching would think it was a scene from a "science fiction movie". "And at a certain point, when it's all complete, I'd love to" go to North Korea, he said.
On the other hand, Russian Federation and China, who joined North Korea in criticizing the joint military drills in the past, welcomed Trump's decision.
"North Korea is a real and present threat", Schiff said in a tweet.
"President Trump appreciated that an atmosphere of peace and stability was created on the Korean Peninsula and in the region, although distressed with the extreme danger of armed clash only a few months ago, thanks to the proactive peace-loving measures taken by the respected Supreme Leader from the outset of this year", the North's state-run Korean Central News Agency said in a summary of the meeting.
After their lunch, the two men took a walk past reporters and Trump said that they were headed to "a signing", giving little details about the document itself. It did not include an agreement to take steps toward ending the technical state of warfare between the USA and North Korea.
Trump vowed to rain down "fire and fury" on Pyongyang if it threatened the United States, but instead in Singapore it was compliments that flowed, as the U.S. leader described Kim as "talented" and said they had forged a "special bond".
Rep. Adam B. Schiff, D-Calif., also mocked Trump, writing: "One trip and it's 'mission accomplished, ' Mr. President?" As they entered, Trump injected some levity to the day's extraordinary events, saying: "Getting a good picture everybody?"
Only hours after Kim made a surprise appearance visiting popular tourist attractions in Singapore on Tuesday night, and posing for what is believed to be Kim's first public selfie, North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper splashed 14 photos of the reclusive leader's travels across its front page.
A Democrat, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, told VOA "the [North Korean] nuclear threat will not be over until they have dismantled their entire nuclear establishment and removed both their enrichment capacity and their weapons".
The North Korean delegation comprises more than 100 people.
US Forces Korea said it had received no new instructions about its scheduled training exercises, including this summer's Ulchi Freedom Guardian. The issue of North Korea's abysmal human rights record, which Trump said he and Kim touched on during their summit, is also left to be addressed in a more formal way.
Experts now expect a temporary peace to continue since North Korea has probably won what it wanted from Tuesday's summit and Trump is unlikely to back down from summit deals that he wants to portray as a diplomatic triumph.
Sherman was also vocal about Trump's announcement that the U.S. would no longer take part in "war games", and described the joint military drills with South Korea as costly and "provocative". "That's a huge call", said Mr Broinowski.
"The war games are very expensive", Trump said. He said North Korea is likely to consider Trump's decision a temporary measure while it remains in negotiations with Washington. "Did you get anything in return?" he asked.
Jae-in may not face any immediate serious political repercussions at home since North Korea will likely take gradual steps toward disarmament to prevent others from thinking it reneged on its pledge.
North Korea is believed to possess more than 50 nuclear warheads, with its atomic programme spread across more than 100 sites constructed over decades to evade global inspections.