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nndb precious time together for families divided by the Korean War thanks to recent talks between the two died away four hundred south Koreans dressed in their finest approximate militarized border in the world there they'll meet long lost relative likely the last time correspondent Jim in pockets been following family that they prepare for an emotional journey I spoke to a couple of south Koreans getting ready to meet their sisters in the north on packing up and I'm reading instruction girl I'm given by the south Korean government they are not allowed to go to people when they talk to their owners characters for example a question do you eat well is not permitted or anything regarding north Korean leadership and leaving framed art is off the table because of the United Nations banged nbaum for north Korean missile and nuclear attack , south Korean participants should not give any gift worth around one hundred dollars or on higher on one of the people I met was thinking of giving a gold necklace cured and his sister on four against armed but instead find cheap medicine and toothpaste , the war have no way to , that the political win , down in the south and went on lottery if they can meet their estranged family and their numbers dwindle while North Korea plated up national propaganda