Recent summits between the leaders of the ROK and the DPRK are raising optimism for better ties. Both sides have envisioned re-unification for decades, but as time passes, young South Koreans are growing more skeptical about it. For many people on the Korean Peninsula, the gesture raised hopes of the ROK and the DPRK reuniting as one nation. The two sides marched under what is called the Unification Flag during February’s Winter Olympics. The ROK’s cabinet ministry in charge of DPRK affairs is the Ministry of Unification.
But a younger generation of South Koreans are questioning whether unification is a desirable or realistic goal.
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