KBFD COLUMN by Jeff Chung
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History and real drama happened on the Korean peninsula this week as families separated by the Korean War were reunited after 65 years.
A group of 89 South Koreans met their relatives from Monday to Wednesday at Kumkangsan Resort on the eastern coast of North Korea. From Friday to today, 83 North Korean families had a chance to find their relatives in the South.
Parents in their late 90s and early 100s met children now in their 70s in what could be seen as their last chance.
Families embraced in tears, finally finding closure. Many others did not survive long enough to see this day.