Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Reunited family members from two Koreas to part again

Hundreds of South and North Korean separated family members who were reunited over the weekend for the first time in more than half a century are to bid farewell to each other on Monday (May 14), reports said.

The temporary three-day reunions, preceded by similar meetings that ended on Friday, started on Saturday, and 100 selected North Korean families visited the North's Mount Geumgang resort for meetings with their relatives from across the inter-Korean border.

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