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Hard to say goodbye

2009-09-29 03:49:40 GMT2009-09-29 11:49:40 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

South Korean mother Kim Won-sook, left, cries with her son of DPRK during their last reunion before Kim headed back to South Korea, at the Diamond Mountain resort in DPRK, Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.(AFP Photo)

South Koreans on a bus bid farewell to their family members of DPRK after a three-day temporary family reunion at Mount Kumgang resort in DPRK September 28, 2009. (Reuters Photo)

People of DPRK bid farewell to their South Korean family members on a bus after their three-day temporary reunion at Mount Kumgang resort in DPRK September 28, 2009. (Reuters Photo)

South Korean visitors wave to their relatives of DPRK as they set out to return to South Korea after reuniting at the Diamond Mountain resort in DPRK, Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.(Reuters Photo)

South Korean visitors wave to their relatives of DPRK as they set out to return to South Korea after reuniting at the Diamond Mountain resort in DPRK, Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.

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