The two Koreas on Monday exchanged the final lists of people who will be briefly reunited with their relatives from the other side at Mt. Kumgang from Sept. 25.
There are 96 South Koreans and 100 North Koreans. The South Koreans will meet their relatives from the North on Sept. 25-27, while the 100 North Koreans will meet their relatives from the South on Sept. 28-30.
Most of the South Koreans will be reunited with brothers and sisters from the North. They have not seen each other for 60 years, and some said they find it difficult to visualize the faces of their lost loved ones.