Cascades of tears. Lingering hugs. Family photos. And questions that have burned unanswered for decades.
For the first time in three years, North and South Korea are holding family reunions, allowing a small number of South Koreans to travel across the fortified border to the North to reunite with loved ones they haven't seen since the 1950s.
Such reunions have been held intermittently since the '80s and have resumed as relations between the North and South are thawing.