South Koreans Enter North to Reunite with Family Members After Seven Decades | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


South Koreans Enter North to Reunite with Family Members After Seven Decades

Dozens of South Koreans entered the North to reunite with their family members for the first time in around seven decades since their separation after the 1950s Korean War.
The 89 elderly and frail South Koreans, dressed in their best suits and riding on 14 coaches, crossed the heavily fortified border into North Korea for a three-day family gathering on Monday, presstv reported.

The reunions are scheduled to take place in the North’s tourist resort of Mount Kumgang, as agreed by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their first summit in April.

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