Reunited after 60 years – Families torn apart for more than 60 years -- separated by the Korean War -- were given the chance to reunite for few hours at a mountain resort. Here, South Korean Ryu Young-Shik (L), 92, meets with his North Korean relatives.
Reunited after 60 years – South Korean Park Yang-Gon (L) meets with his North Korean brother Park Yang-Soo. Without any regular forms of communications between the two Koreas, the family members have gone decades without contact.
Reunited after 60 years – South Korean Kim Sung-Yoon (R), 96, meets with her North Korean sister. The meetings are likely to be the last time the separated families will have contact with one another.
Reunited after 60 years – South Korean Lee Oh-Hwan (L), 85, meets with her North Korean sisters. The negotiations leading to the reunions were painstaking, reflecting the tensions between North and South Korean governments.
Reunited after 60 years – South Korean Lee Young-Shil (R), 88, meets with her North Korean sister Lee Jung-Shil. The rarity of inter-Korea reunions meant that even participants in ill health insisted on going to Mount Kumgang for the event, desperate for a chance to see their relatives.
Reunited after 60 years – Lee Duk-Haeng (L), the head of South Korea's family reunion delegation, shakes hands with his North Korean counterpart Park Yong-Il (R) after their meeting on February 5, 2014 in Panmunjom, North Korea. Trust remains tenuous in the peninsula.