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TV Documentary Uses Virtual Reality to Reunite People With Loved-Ones Who Have Passed Away

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South Korean television MBC recently started broadcasting season two of its hit documentary, 너를 만났다 (“I Met You”), a unique program that uses state-of-the-art VR gear and software to reunite people with their departed loved ones and allow them to make one more memory together. The network spends months on each case, putting together an emotional reunion in virtual reality, but while the response from the public has been generally positive, there are critics who describe it as emotionally manipulative. 51-year-old Kim Jung-soo was the protagonist of the second season of I Met You, after signing up for the opportunity…

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