Koreans on the border want North and South to reunite

Koreans stranded on the wrong side of the border after the war long to see their families again.

    A highly-anticipated meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea is just two weeks away.

    People who live near the border are hoping the summit can further improve ties, after months of diplomacy.

     

    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports from Goseong, South Korea.


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