This is a documentary about separated family members who were forced apart by Korean division of the country 70 years ago. We interviewed 160 separated family members. Based on the interview, the documentary recounts how thousands of people were forced to leave their families during the Korean War and have since been unable to return home even for a visit, because of the division and tensions that exist between the countries. A last promise, which made 70 years ago, I’ll be home soon, isn’t kept yet. Luckily, in 2015, South and North Korea rearranged reunions for 200 family members. It’s better than not having the event. However, it is not just good news, because there are total 60 thousands of applicants in South, most of the applicants can't be chosen and go to meet their families. This story is mainly focused on how they feel about the only meeting. What would it be like if you can't see your family forever? What can you imagine about that? Throughout 3 main characters, we deliver the view point of people who are losing their family rights.