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SOUTH KOREAN KO OK-YIM ARRIVES AT A HOTEL IN SEOUL.
Ko Ok-yim, 73, (L), who was born in North Korea and separated from her family during the Korean War, joins other delegates at a hotel in Seoul August 14, 2000. Ko will go to Pyongyang on Tuesday to meet her younger sister Ko soon-hee, 65. On August 15, the day North and South Korea celebrate the liberation of the Korean peninsula at the end of World War Two following 35 years of Japanese occupation, 200 elderly Koreans from both sides of the Cold War's last frontier will meet long lost relatives at reunions in Seoul and Pyongyang.