Posted February. 06, 2014 00:30,
Updated January. 01, 1970 09:00
Reunions of separated families from South and North Korea are set to take place for the first time in four years. Separated families from the two sides will meet at Mount Kumgang between February 20 and 25. Delegations from the two Koreas including Lee Deok-haeng (second from right), the chief delegate of the South Korean Red Cross, shakes hands with his North Korean counterpart Park Yong Il (second from left), as they meet to discuss reunions of separated families on Wednesday.