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South Korean Lee Eun-Im, 87 (R) meets with her North Korean sister Lee Yong-Hee, 84 (L) during a separated family reunion meeting at the Mount Kumgang resort on August 20, 2018 in Mount Kumgang, North Korea. (Photo O Jong-Chan-Korea Pool/Getty Images)

South and North Koreans Hold Family Reunion Decades Since The War

July 13, 2019

MOUNT KUMGANG, NORTH KOREA – AUGUST 20: (SOUTH KOREA OUT) South Korean Lee Eun-Im, 87 (R) meets with her North Korean sister Lee Yong-Hee, 84 (L) during a separated family reunion meeting at the Mount Kumgang resort on August 20, 2018 in Mount Kumgang, North Korea. Almost a hundred South Koreans crossed the heavily armed border to meet their separated families for the first time since the 1950-53 Korean War, during a family reunion at North Korea. A total of 88 people from North Korea will also receive a chance to meet their families in the South during the six-day event which starts on August 20 at Mount Kumgang, north of the border between North and South Korea. (Photo O Jong-Chan-Korea Pool/Getty Images)