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South Korea to hold reunions for families separated by Korean War

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South Korean Wang So-Goon waves to her North Korean relatives after a family reunion meeting at the Mount Kumgang resort in 2010
South Korean Wang So-Goon waves to her North Korean relatives after a family reunion meeting at the Mount Kumgang resort in 2010 AFP/Korea Pool

South Korea has proposed dates and a location to hold reunions for families separated by the Korean War. RFI speaks to Professor Noh Jun Sung, one of the more than 70-thousand reunification applicants, who is also a political scientist in Seoul.