They look forward to reaching a consensus between the leaders of the two countries and meeting with their families separated from the peninsula and the north and the South as soon as possible. At AbaiVillage, near the DPRK demilitarized zone, on the eastern coast of Korea, Quan Wen, 87, was born in North Korea. He told CNN that he had lived here for nearly 70 years, and no one day he did not miss his family in North Korea. If I knew it was the last time I had met them, I vowed that I would never leave them. When it comes to the movement, the right country is tearful. Quan Wenguo is not a case. After the end of the Korean War, tens of thousands of people from South Korea also chose to settle on the Korean side of the Korean border near the North Korean border, hoping to easily move back to the DPRK someday. Two of Quan Wen Guo and his wife and four children were young. Never apply for discrete family members for fear of being punished by parents In June 25, 1950, the Korean War broke out. More than half a month later, the 19 year old Korean youth right, Wen Guo, was drafted into the army. After a weeks training, he was assigned to a tank force to enter the war in Korea today. The right country has experienced the cruelty of the war. I dont want to die, but with the destruction of our troops by American bombers, it seems almost doomed to lose their lives. Quan Wenguo told CNN about the situation at that time recently (CNN). The kingdom of power later slipped away from the Korean army. He walked fourteen days and nights before he returned to his home in the eastern part of North Korea. When he went home, he had to hide in his mothers attic. However, Quan Wen once left home again. This time, he joined the United States led United Nations army and went to the war front again. Quan Wenguo recalls that when he left again, he told his parents that he would meet again in a week. But I didnt expect it to be 70 years soon. Since then, he has never heard any news from his parents and his two younger brothers. After the end of the war of 1953, Quan Wen and another man who lost contact with his family were married in South Korea. A total of four children were raised by two people. There are fifteen families in the three generation of the whole family. Quan Wenguo took out the photo of his family photo and pointed out his children and grandchildren to CNN reporters one by one. Quan Wen state currently has fifteen families in the whole family and three generations. I dont know why. The older I get, the more I think about my younger brothers. Quan Wenguo said he had once collected some clothes that could be brought to the DPRK brothers and sisters in the future, but at the end of the day, he threw the clothes away. While staying at home, Quan Wen Guo likes to use Google satellite map to see his hometown where he lived with his parents and younger brothers. In his view, this is a way for him to get close to his family in North Korea. In the satellite map, he repeatedly reviewed his childhood residence and school near the city of Yuan Shan, a coastal city in the eastern part of the DPRK. Quan Wen states that these buildings have disappeared, replaced by military installations, and the nearby waters are still anchored in warships. He said his family could not continue to live here. Quan Wenguo in the Korean War. Referring to the activities of reunion of separated families, Quan Wen told CNN that he had not applied to participate in previous rounds of reunion activities. He was afraid that he would be punished because he had deserted in the war. He said parents are not very likely to be alive at the moment. However, he believed that when he fled from the Korean army, the two brothers were 15 and 12 years old respectively. They may still be alive. Quan Wen Guo looks at his birthplace through Google map. The first reunion of the Koreass discrete family members was in 2000. In June 2000, according to the Xinhua news agency, in June 2000, Kim Dae-jung, the president of the Republic of Korea, met with Kim Jong-il, the top leader of the DPRK, and signed the North South common declaration including the visit of the DPRKs DPRKs family visiting group in Pyongyang in June 15th, and reached an agreement between the 100 parties. In August, according to the agreement reached at the end of June 2000, South Korea and the Korean Red Cross, the first Korean and DPRKs 100 peoples discrete-time family visiting group began to visit Pyongyang and Seoul in from August 15th to 18th and reunited with their relatives for more than 50 years. Since August 2000, the visiting visits of the separated families of the Korean and Korean families have been carried out 20 times. In from October 20 to 26, 2015, South Korea and DPRK started a reunion of the DPRKs discrete family members in the North Koreas Mount Kumgang scenic spot, and the north and South relatives gathered together for more than half a century of divorce. On October 20th, Cai Xunzhi, the oldest 88 year old Korean separated family member, reunited with his wife and children for 65 years. South Koreas Chosun Ilbo reported that he and his son had been facing each other for 5 minutes without finding their hat had fallen to the ground. When his son Cai Xiyang saw him, he shouted, Dad! Then he ran over and clung to him. My father and son red in their eyes and tears of excitement. Before the Korean War broke out in 1950, the Cai Xunzhi family lived in Shan Yang County, Gyeongbuk, South Korea. In August, Cai Xunzhi, who went to sleep with his family, left a sentence I went back to the training institute and was recruited to the army. After 65 years, he had not been able to go home. After that, Cai Xunzhi, who lived in North Korea, remarried in North Korea and had a family of his own. During the meeting, Cai Xunzhi looked at Li Yuyan and explained, after I went to Korea, I waited for 10 years, but later I didnt know when I could marry. In October 22nd, the last day of the first round of family reunion in South Korea in October 22nd, the DPRK separated the family members in the last farewell to the meeting in Mount Kumgang. On the afternoon of October 20th, the reunion of the separated families was held at the meeting of the scattered families in Mount Kumgang. Wu Rensui from North Korea met his wife Lee Soon Kyu, who had reunited for 65 years, stroking his wifes hair (left). Cai Xunzhi, the oldest member of the DPRK separated from the DPRK, was gathered with his wife Li Yuyan and his son Cai Xiyang (left). Two husband and wife were married in North Korea, but the wives in South Korea did not remarry. /Newsis supply diagram After the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, the marriage of North Korea and Lee Soon Kyu husband and wife were forced to separate after 6 months and 20 days, and two people did not meet again until 65 years later in 2015. The Chosun Ilbo recorded the discontent of the two meeting. Reported that Wu Ren year in the meeting room just sat on the seat, wife Lee Soon Kyu stretched out his hand to help his husband to tie his tie. Seeing his wife lowering his head and tears, Wu Ren gently stroked his wifes white hair. Two people are old, Wu Ren is 83 years old, and his wife Lee Soon Kyu is 85 years old. At the end of the two hour meeting, Wu Ren said to his wife, theres not much time left. Lets get together again in the spring. The wife replied, you know, you have to take care of yourself. According to statistics from China news service, more than 1/3 of the elderly in the second round of family meetings in 2015 were over 9 years old. In the first round of the meeting, two elderly people in South Koreas discrete families had to travel by ambulance due to ill health. The Red Cross Committee of the Republic of Korea said that many of the discrete families were years old, and more and more people were unable to reunite due to health problems after fifty or sixty years of waiting. This is a sad fact: the number of separated families in the DPRK and South Korea is declining each year. CNN quotes the Korean governments data in March this year to point out that the number of registered Korean discrete families since 1988 has been 131447, of which 73611 have gone away. About 1/4 of the remaining South Korean separated families are now 90 years old. In April 27, 2018, when the president of the Republic of Korea met with Kim Jeong-eun, the supreme leader of the DPRK, whether the Korean and Korean will meet the next discrete family meeting, the family of the north and South are waiting for an answer. The source of this article: surging news editor: Guo Ping _B7442 According to statistics from China news service, more than 1/3 of the elderly in the second round of family meetings in 2015 were over 9 years old. In the first round of the meeting, two elderly people in South Koreas discrete families had to travel by ambulance due to ill health. The Red Cross Committee of the Republic of Korea said that many of the discrete families were years old, and more and more people were unable to reunite due to health problems after fifty or sixty years of waiting. This is a sad fact: the number of separated families in the DPRK and South Korea is declining each year. CNN quotes the Korean governments data in March this year to point out that the number of registered Korean discrete families since 1988 has been 131447, of which 73611 have gone away. About 1/4 of the remaining South Korean separated families are now 90 years old. In April 27, 2018, when the president of the Republic of Korea met with Kim Jeong-eun, the supreme leader of the DPRK, whether the Korean and Korean will meet the next discrete family meeting, the family of the north and South are waiting for an answer.