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NORTHKOREA-USA/KAESONG
RTX6O7EW 
February 24, 2019 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF, shows his products made in Kaesong at his... 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North Korea's Kaesong industrial complex and then moved his manufacturing business to Vietnam in 2016, shows his products made in Kaesong at his office in Hanoi, Vietnam February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kham 
NORTHKOREA-USA/KAESONG
RTX6O7ES 
February 24, 2019 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF, shows his product made in Kaesong at his... 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North Korea's Kaesong industrial complex and then moved his manufacturing business to Vietnam in 2016, shows his product made in Kaesong at his office in Hanoi, Vietnam February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kham 
NORTHKOREA-USA/KAESONG
RTX6O7EQ 
February 24, 2019 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF, shows his product made in Kaesong at his... 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North Korea's Kaesong industrial complex and then moved his manufacturing business to Vietnam in 2016, shows his product made in Kaesong at his office in Hanoi, Vietnam February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kham 
NORTHKOREA-USA/KAESONG
RTX6O7EP 
February 24, 2019 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF, shows his products made in Kaesong at his... 
Choi Dong-jin, president of South Korean garment maker DMF who was forced to close his factory in North Korea's Kaesong industrial complex and then moved his manufacturing business to Vietnam in 2016, shows his products made in Kaesong at his office in Hanoi, Vietnam February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kham 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI33 
February 08, 2018 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong, South Korea,... 
Nice, South Korea 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong, South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI2Y 
February 08, 2018 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket holds North Korean wine bottles in South Korean border village... 
Nice, South Korea 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket holds North Korean wine bottles in South Korean border village... 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket holds North Korean wine bottles in South Korean border village of Goseong , South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI2T 
February 08, 2018 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong, South... 
Nice, South Korea 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong, South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI2P 
February 08, 2018 
A video showing former leaders of two Koreas Kim Dae-jung (L) and Kim Jong Il shaking hands is seen... 
Nice, South Korea 
A video showing former leaders of two Koreas Kim Dae-jung and Kim Jong Il shaking hands is seen at an... 
A video showing former leaders of two Koreas Kim Dae-jung (L) and Kim Jong Il shaking hands is seen at an exhibition booth in Pyeongchang, South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI2F 
February 08, 2018 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong , South... 
Nice, South Korea 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong 
The Kumgangsancondo is seen across barbed wired fences in South Korean border village of Goseong , South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI2A 
February 08, 2018 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village... 
Nice, South Korea 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village... 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village of Goseong , South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI27 
February 08, 2018 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong, South Korea,... 
Nice, South Korea 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong 
A Souvenir shop at a condominium is seen empty in South Korean border village of Goseong, South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI23 
February 08, 2018 
Shops are seen shut down in the South Korean border village of Goseong, after South Korean tours to North... 
Nice, South Korea 
Shops are seen shut down in the South Korean border village of Goseong 
Shops are seen shut down in the South Korean border village of Goseong, after South Korean tours to North Korean Mt. Kumgang had been suspended about a decade ago, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI15 
February 08, 2018 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village... 
Nice, South Korea 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village... 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket shows North Korean liquors in South Korean border village of Goseong , South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
OLYMPICS-2018/NORTHKOREA-KAESONG
RTX4SI0Z 
February 08, 2018 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket poses by a North Korean wine bottle in South Korean border... 
Nice, South Korea 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket poses by a North Korean wine bottle in South Korean border... 
Kim Ik-soo, the owner of a small supermarket poses by a North Korean wine bottle in South Korean border village of Goseong , South Korea, February 6, 2018. Picture taken February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
SOUTHKOREA-NORTHKOREA/KAESONG
RTX1NEY7 
August 07, 2015 
A man shops at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A man shops at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea,... 
A man shops at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, August 6, 2015. Picture taken on August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
SOUTHKOREA-NORTHKOREA/KAESONG
RTX1NEY6 
August 07, 2015 
An employee walks past ladies' clothes at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An employee walks past ladies' clothes at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial... 
An employee walks past ladies' clothes at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, August 6, 2015. Picture taken on August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
SOUTHKOREA-NORTHKOREA/KAESONG
RTX1NEY5 
August 07, 2015 
Women shop at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Women shop at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea,... 
Women shop at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, August 6, 2015. Picture taken on August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
SOUTHKOREA-NORTHKOREA/KAESONG
RTX1NEY4 
August 07, 2015 
An employee arranges jackets at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An employee arranges jackets at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex... 
An employee arranges jackets at a store selling goods from the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, August 6, 2015. Picture taken on August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA5 
December 19, 2013 
Hong Yang-ho (R), chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
Hong, chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a factory of... 
Hong Yang-ho (R), chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a factory of a South Korean company with officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA3 
December 19, 2013 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC)... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC)... 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC) at the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee office in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA) 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA1 
December 19, 2013 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial... 
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA0 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South... 
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16O9Y 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial... 
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9X 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16O9V 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at... 
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9T 
December 19, 2013 
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone 
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9S 
December 19, 2013 
A North Korean employee works in front of an electronic sign displaying the projected daily output (90)... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
A North Korean employee works in front of an electronic sign displaying the projected daily output (90) and the current output (83) in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9R 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9Q 
December 19, 2013 
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at... 
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9P 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. The banner reads, "The first priority is high quality, the second priority is also high quality". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9N 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9K 
December 19, 2013 
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in... 
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9H 
December 19, 2013 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong... 
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNJ 
September 25, 2013 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea... 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNI 
September 25, 2013 
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the demilitarised zone... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the DMZ separating North... 
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNH 
September 25, 2013 
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South... 
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNF 
September 25, 2013 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North... 
Kaesong, North Korea 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea... 
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
KOREA/
RTX13MWF 
September 16, 2013 
A South Korean businessman carrying Choco-pie snacks and noodles, checks his car before leaving the customs,... 
Paju, South Korea 
A South Korean businessman carrying snacks and noodles checks his car before leaving the customs, immigration... 
A South Korean businessman carrying Choco-pie snacks and noodles, checks his car before leaving the customs, immigration and quarantine office area, just south of the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, north of Seoul September 16, 2013, to go to the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea. North and South Korea have agreed to re-open the shuttered industrial park on a trial basis starting on Monday, the South's Unification Ministry said last Wednesday. South Korean made Choco-pie snacks were initially handed out by employers at the industrial park as incentive bonuses, creating a black market in Kaesong city where North Korean workers would trade them for cash. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS MILITARY) 
KOREA/
RTX13MW0 
September 16, 2013 
South Korean businessmen transporting Choco-pie snacks and noodles change a South Korean license plate... 
Paju, South Korea 
South Korean businessmen transporting snacks change their license plate to a North Korean one before... 
South Korean businessmen transporting Choco-pie snacks and noodles change a South Korean license plate to a North Korean one and hang a small flag on their car before they leave the customs, immigration and quarantine office area, just south of the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, north of Seoul September 16, 2013, to go to the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea. North and South Korea have agreed to re-open the shuttered industrial park on a trial basis starting on Monday, the South's Unification Ministry said last Wednesday. South Korean made Choco-pie snacks were initially handed out by employers at the industrial park as incentive bonuses, creating a black market in Kaesong city where North Korean workers would trade them for cash. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS MILITARY) 
SKOREA/
RTX11E3T 
July 06, 2013 
Suh Ho (centre R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Suh leads his colleagues to meeting as they prepare to depart for North Korean border village of Panmunjom,... 
Suh Ho (centre R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of Panmunjom, from the Office of the South Korea-North Korea Dialogue in Seoul July 6, 2013. The two Koreas agreed to hold working-level talks aimed at restarting the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex. REUTERS/Ed Jones/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
SKOREA/
RTX11E3Q 
July 05, 2013 
Suh Ho (2nd R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Suh leads his colleagues to meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of... 
Suh Ho (2nd R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of Panmunjom from the Office of the South Korea-North Korea Dialogue in Seoul July 6, 2013. The two Koreas agreed to hold working-level talks aimed at restarting the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex. REUTERS/Ed Jones/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
SKOREA/
RTX11E3N 
July 05, 2013 
Suh Ho (R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting as they... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Suh leads his colleagues to meeting as they prepare to depart for North Korean border village of Panmunjom... 
Suh Ho (R), head of the South Korean working-level delegation, leads his colleagues to a meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of Panmunjom from the Office of the South Korea-North Korea Dialogue in Seoul July 6, 2013. The two Koreas agreed to hold working-level talks aimed at restarting the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex. REUTERS/Ed Jones/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
SOUTHKOREA
RTX11E3H 
July 05, 2013 
Delegates hold a meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of Panmunjom from... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Delegates hold meeting as they prepare to depart for North Korean border village of Panmunjom from Office... 
Delegates hold a meeting as they prepare to depart for the North Korean border village of Panmunjom from the Office of the South Korea-North Korea Dialogue in Seoul July 6, 2013. The two Koreas agreed to hold working-level talks aimed at restarting the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex. REUTERS/Ed Jones/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/TALKS
RTX11D4B 
July 05, 2013 
Protester chant slogans during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue, against... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Protester chant slogans during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue, against... 
Protester chant slogans during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue, against the government in front of the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul July 5, 2013. North and South Korea agreed on Thursday to hold talks aimed at reopening a jointly run factory park that was a rare source of cash for the North three weeks after their last attempt at dialogue collapsed in bickering over protocol. The sign (R) reads "Normalization of the Kaesong Indusrtrial Complex (KIC)". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
KOREA-NORTH/TALKS
RTX11D48 
July 05, 2013 
A protester adjusts a giant banner during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A protester adjusts a giant banner during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue,... 
A protester adjusts a giant banner during a rally demanding the resumption of the inter-Korean dialogue, against the government in front of the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul July 5, 2013. North and South Korea agreed on Thursday to hold talks aimed at reopening a jointly run factory park that was a rare source of cash for the North three weeks after their last attempt at dialogue collapsed in bickering over protocol. The banner reads "Normalization of the Kaesong Indusrtrial Complex (KIC), resumption of the Mt. Geumgang tours, Guarantee of non-governmental interaction". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX10JB6 
June 11, 2013 
A TV cameraman films the venue for an inter-Korean governments' meeting at Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A cameraman films the venue for an inter-Korean governments' meeting at Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul 
A TV cameraman films the venue for an inter-Korean governments' meeting at Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul June 11, 2013. North and South Koreas are going to hold an inter-Korean governments meeting from June 12-13 in Seoul, which will focus on normalising commercial projects, including tourism to Mount Kumgang, the Kaesong Industrial Zone, closed in early April, and reuniting families still separated 60 years after the 1950-53 Korean war. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX10JB3 
June 11, 2013 
A general view of the venue for an inter-Korean governments' meeting is seen at Grand Hilton Hotel in... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Venue for inter-Korean governments' meeting at Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul 
A general view of the venue for an inter-Korean governments' meeting is seen at Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul June 11, 2013. North and South Koreas are going to hold an inter-Korean governments' meeting from June 12-13 in Seoul, which will focus on normalising commercial projects, including tourism to Mount Kumgang, the Kaesong Industrial Zone, closed in early April, and reuniting families still separated 60 years after the 1950-53 Korean war. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX10IDX 
June 10, 2013 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul June 10, 2013. The statue represents... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul June 10, 2013. The statue represents the dramatic reunion of an elder brother who was a South Korean Army officer and his younger brother (R), a soldier of the North Korean Army on the Korean War battlefield. The two Koreas agreed on Monday to hold an inter-Korean governments meeting from June 12-13 in Seoul, which will focus on normalising commercial projects, including tourism to Mount Kumgang, the Kaesong Industrial Zone just inside North Korea, closed in early April, and reuniting families still separated 60 years after the 1950-53 Korean war. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX10IDW 
June 10, 2013 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul June 10, 2013. The statue represents... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul 
The Statue of Brothers is seen at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul June 10, 2013. The statue represents the dramatic reunion of an elder brother who was a South Korean Army officer and his younger brother (R), a soldier of the North Korean Army on the Korean War battlefield. The two Koreas agreed on Monday to hold an inter-Korean government meeting from June 12-13 in Seoul, which will focus on normalising commercial projects, including tourism to Mount Kumgang, the Kaesong Industrial Zone just inside North Korea, closed in early April, and reuniting families still separated 60 years after the 1950-53 Korean war. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX10I7X 
June 10, 2013 
An employee walks at an office of Hyundai Asan Tour Center in Seoul June 10, 2013. Hyundai Asan had run... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An employee walks at an office of Hyundai Asan Tour Center in Seoul 
An employee walks at an office of Hyundai Asan Tour Center in Seoul June 10, 2013. Hyundai Asan had run inter-Korean tourism in which South Koreans and foreigners could travel to Mount Kumgang and Kaesong. Two Koreas agreed to hold an inter-Korean governments meeting from June 12-13 in Seoul, which will focus on normalising commercial projects, including tourism to Mount Kumgang, the Kaesong Industrial Zone just inside North Korea, closed in early April, and reuniting families still separated 60 years after the 1950-53 Korean war. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
KOREA-NORTH/ZONE-SOUTH
RTXZ0R2 
April 26, 2013 
South Korea's Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae releases a government statement during a news conference... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae releases a government statement during a news conference... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae releases a government statement during a news conference at the unification ministry in Seoul April 26, 2013. South Korea said on Friday it will pull out all remaining workers from the Kaesong industrial zone in North Korea after Pyongyang rejected a call for formal talks to resolve a standoff that led to a suspension of operations at the complex.REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NORTH-KOREA
RTXYH5C 
April 11, 2013 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation attend a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Protesters attend a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex... 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation attend a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), at a railway station in Seoul April 11, 2013. South Korea and the United States remained on high alert for any North Korean missile launch on Thursday as the hermit kingdom turned its attention to celebrating its ruling Kim dynasty and appeared to dial down rhetoric of impending war. The signs read, "Call to re-start operations at KIC" (blue), "Fears of war, secure people's safety" (green) and "Stop threatening us immediately." (purple) REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
NORTH-KOREA
RTXYH59 
April 11, 2013 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation chant slogans during a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Protesters chant slogans during a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the Kaesong Industrial... 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation chant slogans during a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), at a railway station in Seoul April 11, 2013. South Korea and the United States remained on high alert for any North Korean missile launch on Thursday as the hermit kingdom turned its attention to celebrating its ruling Kim dynasty and appeared to dial down rhetoric of impending war. The signs read, "Call to re-start operations at KIC" (blue) and "Fears of war, secure people's safety." (green) REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
NORTH-KOREA
RTXYH51 
April 11, 2013 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation chant slogans during a rally for North Korea to re-start operations... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Protesters chant slogans during a rally for North Korea to re-start operations at the joint Kaesong Industrial... 
Members of the Korea Freedom Federation chant slogans during a rally for North Korea to re-start operations at the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), at a railway station in Seoul April 11, 2013. South Korea and the United States remained on high alert for any North Korean missile launch on Thursday as the hermit kingdom turned its attention to celebrating its ruling Kim dynasty and appeared to dial down rhetoric of impending war. The signs read, "Call to re-start operations at KIC" (blue), "Fears of war, secure people's safety" (green) and "Stop threatening us immediately." (purple) REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
NORTH-KOREA
RTXYH50 
April 11, 2013 
A member of the Korea Freedom Federation uses a sign to cover his face against the rain as they attend... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A protester covers his face during a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the Kaesong Industrial... 
A member of the Korea Freedom Federation uses a sign to cover his face against the rain as they attend a rally urging North Korea to re-start operations at the joint Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), at a railway station in Seoul April 11, 2013. South Korea and the United States remained on high alert for any North Korean missile launch on Thursday as the hermit kingdom turned its attention to celebrating its ruling Kim dynasty and appeared to dial down rhetoric of impending war. The blue sign reads, "Call to re-start operations at KIC." REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXVEW2 
December 05, 2010 
Ban Seok, 60, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Ban, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays during... 
Ban Seok, 60, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays during a service at the Saeteo Church in Seoul December 5, 2010. The Christian church for North Korean defectors held the prayer for human rights in North Korea and to commemorate the South Korean victims who were killed by North Korea's artillery shelling on November 23. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: RELIGION MILITARY POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZL 
October 26, 2010 
Kim Yong-hyun (L), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean... 
Kim Yong-hyun (L), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, speaks to the media besides Vice Unification Minister Uhm Jong-sik before the delegation's departure at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZK 
October 26, 2010 
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean... 
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, leaves with other members of the delegation at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZJ 
October 26, 2010 
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean... 
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, leaves with other members of the delegation at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXSVNA 
October 01, 2010 
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the... 
Paju, South Korea 
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the... 
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong as they wait for their departure to cross the border, at the CIQ (Customs, Immigration and Quarantine) office, south of the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, north of Seoul October 1, 2010. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas will meet in Kaesong on Friday to discuss an inter-Korean temporary family reunion event to be held in almost a year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
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