When one South Korean family lost their son to the invaders from the North in 1950, they never thought they would see him again.
Their leaders pledged to rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons and to officially end the Korean War. But the South Korean leader has previously warned against “excessive eagerness to fix all problems at once.”
The Korean War split them apart. Could the Winter Olympics be an opportunity to bring them back together?
“How could we embrace North Korea as one of our own?”
It's an unprecedented diplomatic breakthrough. But how can two rival nations build teamwork?