South Korean calligrapher Yoon Heung-gyu, 92, left his mother and a younger brother and sister behind in North Korea when he fled at age 22. “If I had known that my family would remain separated for this long, I would not have crossed the border,” he says. He’ll be meeting his sister in North Korea this week.

South Korean calligrapher Yoon Heung-gyu, 92, left his mother and a younger brother and sister behind in North Korea when he fled at age 22. “If I had known that my family would remain separated for this long, I would not have crossed the border,” he says. He’ll be meeting his sister in North Korea this week.