Families from South and North Korea Meet after 68 Years

  • In a first after so many years, many families from South Korea came to North Korea to meet with their family members. Most of the people who crossed from South Korea are over 80 years old. The families from both the countries haven't heard from each other for 68 years since the break out of the Korean War. The meetings have become possible as a related agreement was signed earlier this year by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

    Reportedly, over 57,000 people wanted to be a part of the reunion but only 93 families got selected for the purpose.