After 70 years apart, Korean brothers’ 12-hour reunion ‘way too short’

Ninety-three-year-old Ham Sung-chan’s eyes widen with excitement as he describes the shock and euphoria of reuniting with his baby brother, now 79, during three days of family reunions in North Korea.But there’s a deep and bitter regret, too, and it stems from a simple bit of math: After nearly 70 years of a separation forced […]
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