Korean family reunions are a tenuous step toward progress
Clip: 08/21/2018 | 5m 27s
The Korean War divided more than a peninsula. As relations between the North and South improve, families are starting to be reunited after living apart -- and not knowing each other’s fate -- for decades. But will these powerful moments really improve relations with the North? Nick Schifrin reports.
Aired: 08/21/18Video has closed captioning.
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