Elderly Koreans to reunite in DPRK after six decades apart

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Dozens of South Koreans will soon cross into the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. There they will reunite with family members they haven’t seen since the Korean War.

CGTN’s Joseph Kim has more from near the border in Goseong, South Korea.

Digital: Tearful reunions after being separated for decades by the Korean War

Jenny Town of Stimson Center discusses family reunions on Korean peninsula

CGTN’S Wang Guan interviewed Jenny Town, a managing editor and producer at 38 North, an online publication that monitors the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea, about the latest in family reunions on the Korean peninsula. Town is also a research analyst at the Stimson Center, a think-tank working to enhance international peace and security.