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Park describes his experiences as a child soldier during an interview in his office in Yeongju. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Thousands Of Child Soldiers Died In The Korean War. Survivors Want More Recognition

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North Korea returned 55 boxes of presumed U.S. remains last summer, following a summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un. But that effort has now stalled, along with relations between the two countries. Kat Wade/Getty Images hide caption

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The single dog tag in the 55 boxes of human remains turned over to the U.S. by North Korea last week was still readable. It was presented to Master Sgt. Charles Hobert McDaniel's two sons at a ceremony on Wednesday. Jay Price/Member station WUNC hide caption

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Military members carry transfer cases from a C-17 at a ceremony marking the arrival of the remains believed to be of American service members who fell in the Korean War at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii, on Wednesday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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A U.N. honor guard at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, carries a box containing remains believed to be from American servicemen killed during the Korean War after they arrived from North Korea on Friday. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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South Korean officials prepare for inter-Korean summit in front of the Peace House. Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in are scheduled to meet there Friday. Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Peace House' Is All Set For Kim Jong Un's First Summit In South Korea

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Ron Riveira, 42, a retired Navy corpsman and a medic for the Marines, with retired Army medic Jason Deitch, 44, in Concord, Calif. The two crossed paths while they were deployed overseas and reconnected back in the states. StoryCorps hide caption

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For Veteran, Hospice Care Work Connects Him To Family

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South Korean Park Yang-gon (left) and his North Korean brother Park Yang Soo get emotional as they meet Thursday during the Separated Family Reunion Meeting at Diamond Mountain resort in North Korea. Park Hae-soo/AP hide caption

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South Korean Cho Jang-geum, 81, weeps as she fills out an application to reunite with family members who live in North Korea, at the headquarters of the Korean Red Cross in Seoul Saturday. North Korea announced today that it is indefinitely postponing the reunions of families who were separated by the 1950-53 Korean War. The meetings were to take place in the coming week. Park Dong-ju/AP hide caption

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In this copy of a photograph on display at Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School in Wichita, Kan., a wounded soldier is helped by Army chaplain Emil Kapaun (on the soldier's left) during the Korean War. The Kansas native died a prisoner of war in 1951. Mike Hutmacher/MCT/Landov hide caption

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'He Saved Hundreds': Army Chaplain Gets Medal Of Honor

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