The South Korean Red Cross and the unification
ministry are going to check－up on the psychological wellbeing of the South Koreans who took part
in the recently－concluded reunions for war－separated families.
Officials say counselors and volunteer workers will visit the six－hundred－43 participants
in the coming days and weeks，… but didn′t elaborate on the exact timing.
Those who require extra psychological care will be connected to the necessary health
care facilities. The same check－ups were held following reunions
held in February 2014，… but none of the participants required any serious after－care.