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Korean-Americans Push for Reunions with North Korea Family Members

Won Yun last saw his grandmother and sisters on the banks of the Taedong River during the January Fourth Retreat of the Korean War. Eventually, Yun, his grandfather, parents and three brothers made it to the South, while his grandmother and two younger sisters remained. The 8-year-old Yun believed the entire family would reunite after the war. They could not. Like thousands of other Korean-Americans, Yun, now 76, yearns to be reunited with relatives in North Korea. Hopes...

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