During Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's whirlwind Asia tour, he stopped by the offices of Samsung this week for a quick meeting with the company's president, Shin Jong Kyun.
After the meeting, Shin stopped to talk to reporters and said that the two discussed potential partnerships, according to Bloomberg. The partnerships would reportedly center on advancing mobile-advertising sales.
Facebook has been long pushing to boost advertising on mobile. In April, the social network debuted Facebook Home, which is a family of mobile apps and a social-networking-focused skin that runs over Android in smartphones like HTC's One and Samsung's Galaxy S4.
A Facebook spokesperson told CNET that Zuckerberg did indeed meet with executives at Samsung but that the social network is not providing details of what was discussed.
Besides meeting with Shin, Zuckerberg also met with the president of South Korea, Park Geun Hye, according to Facebook's spokesperson. The main focus of that discussion Tuesday was on President Park's "Creative Economy" vision, which is an initiative to promote new businesses, industries, and jobs via technology and culture.