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MOUNT KUMGANG, NORTH KOREA - NOVEMBER 03: (SOUTH KOREA OUT) South Korean Kim Sung-Bok (R), 90, meets his North Korean daughter Kim Hee-Sook (L), 61, during a family reunion after being separated for 60 years following the Korean War on November 3, 2010 in Mount Kumgang, North Korea. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas exchanged lists of families to be reunited - 100 names each - at a checkpoint in the border town of Kaesong in North Korea. (Photo by Kim Chang-Gil-Korea Pool/Getty Images)
MOUNT KUMGANG, NORTH KOREA - NOVEMBER 03: (SOUTH KOREA OUT) South Korean Kim Sung-Bok (R), 90, meets his North Korean daughter Kim Hee-Sook (L), 61, during a family reunion after being separated for 60 years following the Korean War on November 3, 2010 in Mount Kumgang, North Korea. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas exchanged lists of families to be reunited - 100 names each - at a checkpoint in the border town of Kaesong in North Korea. (Photo by Kim Chang-Gil-Korea Pool/Getty Images)

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