This main goal of this study is to propose new plans for improving existing family reunion programs of dispersed families. To accomplish that goal, it aims to reexamine the definition of the dispersed family, develop its new typology, and to propose programs appropriate for each type of the dispersed family. We argue that the boundary of the dispersed family was decided by outsiders` interests with little regard to the intention of dispersed families themselves and thus the targets of the family reunion programs expanded excessively. It is necessary to have realistic objects in order to carry out family reunion programs effectively with limited manpower and resources. We create four types of the dispersed family[the active group, the give-up group, the interchange group, and the refusal group] by cross-crossing the identity of the dispersed family and the wilt to continue the family reunion program. Then we propose concrete programs appropriate and effective for each type of the dispersed family.