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Dagyum Ji was a senior NK News correspondent based in Seoul. She previously worked for Reuters TV.
A group of North and South Korean divided families were briefly reunited for two hours at Mount Kumgang on Friday, where the second round of three-day temporary reunions kicked off this week.
A total of 326 South Koreans and 81 long-separated North Korean family members met each other at a reunion center on the northern side of the border from 1515 local time, followed by a banquet with food and drinks provided by the Seoul side.