Families Prepare Ahead of the Reunions

81 year old Jang Choon reads a letter from his long lost brother in North Korea who he's preparing to meet for the first time. Jang is one of 84 South Koreans chosen at random to attend a cross border family reunion- in which families torn apart by the 1950-53 Korean War are allowed to meet for a brief period at a resort in the North. Of the some 128,000 people from separated families just over 50% are still alive.

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