Revisiting home

Face-to-face family reunions have been suspended since 2018. Of the 130,000 people who applied for the reunion, 90,000 have already passed away. More than 80% of the 42,000 survivors are elderly, with an average of 300 to 400 deaths per month.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Armistice Agreement in Korea and the 40th anniversary of the special live broadcast of KBS 'Finding Dispersed Families'. We covered the painful history and special homecoming of the first generation of separated families that were forgotten and disappearing.

  • Jinhee KIM
  • Jinhee KIM
  • Dongjin Hwang
  • Seungcheol Lee
  • Yong-seub An
  • Dong-hyeok Seong
  • Eui-sun Jin
    Assistant Director
  • Hyun-bi Hwang
  • Ji-yeon Lee
  • Seong-gyu Kang
  • Joo-han Kim
    Music and sound Editor
  • Dong-ju Seo
    Computer graphics designer
  • Seung-bae An
    Computer graphics designer
  • Runtime:
    48 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 21, 2023
  • Country of Origin:
    Korea, Republic of
  • Country of Filming:
    Korea, Republic of
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  • URTI TV Grandprix

Distribution Information
  • KBS Media
    Sales Agent
    Country: Korea, Republic of
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Jinhee KIM

Born in November 1982. Kim jinhee is currently an experienced journalist over a decade.
in the university, she studied media and broadcasting at university and also has created,
filmed, and edited her own video works with several local media. In 2008, she joined KBS
and produced news reports and documentaries, and received many good program awards
and was recognized for the good initiatives. she used to say “I eagerly want to contribute
to the world by making news and programs.

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Director Statement

This documentary tells the painful history of those who met their families through KBS special live broadcasts and inter-Korean family reunions, and displaced people who have waited 73 years without knowing the fate of their separated families.

Through digital technology, the documentary revive fond memories of the hometown and family into virtual reality, and goes on a special way home together.