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Korean reunions: Families divided by war meet in North

These brief meetings are likely to be the last and only time many will see each other. Image caption The younger siblings of Cho Sun-do, 89, left, had travelled from South Korea to meet her Eighty-six-year-old Cho Hye-do and her brother Cho Do-jae, 75, were reunited with their older sister Cho Sun-do, who is 89 and lives in North Korea. "I remember how beautiful you were," Cho Hye-do told her big sister. "I finally get to meet you after living for so long," replied the older woman. There are 83 North Koreans and 89 from the South taking part. A hundred people had been selected by each side, but some dropped out after realising the relatives they had hoped to see were no longer alive. Image caption Lee Keum-seom, 92, travelled to meet her North Korean son Lee Sung-chul, who she hadn't seen since he was four Lee Keum-seom, aged 92, saw her son for the first since the end of the war. She said she lost track of her little boy, then aged four, and her husband in the panic of trying to flee. "I never imagined this day would come," she told AFP. "I didn't even know if he was alive or not." Sisters Kim Gyong-sil, 72, and Kim Gyong-yong, 71, wore traditional dress to meet their 99-year-old mother, Han Shin-ja. She had travelled from the South to see them.

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