Two Koreas to exchange names for family reunions
And today, the two Koreas will also exchange their final lists of those selected to participate in an upcoming round of inter-Korean family reunions.
Red Cross officials from both sides are meeting at the truce village of Panmunjeom to exchange the names.
South Korean officials say nearly 1-hundred-20 wartime separated family members in the South will be able to meet their loved ones in the North at the reunions slated to start next Wednesday at the North's Mount Geumgang resort.
This is the first time in three years that Seoul and Pyongyang will hold such an event after meetings were halted due to strained inter-Korean relations.
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