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Sunday, 5 October 2014

Hiatus Intermission: My Thoughts on Korean Reunification and Plans after the Reunification

On this hiatus day, I have to write a post about Korean Reunification. Korean Reunification is the crucial issue among the Northerners (DPRK) and Southerners (ROK). Even though both nations under one roof are technically in war, they foreseen the future of Korean Peninsula – the Reunification. 

Technically, Korea had unified twice – during final years of Three Kingdoms Period (660-668) and Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392). However, Korea divided twice – during Later Three Kingdoms Period and Korean Division of 1948. In 1950-1953, two Koreas had witnessed the devastation during Korean War. After 1953 Armistice, North and South exchanged shots, gun fires, invasions, naval skirmishes and some assassinations.

Reunification of Korea is not easy as German Reunification because the Demilitarized Zone along Panmunjom to Goseong is heavily fortified with ground mines and electrified fences and become as one of the most heavily guarded border in the world. I think that the Korean Reunification aftermath will be not easy because the Koreans must remove ground mines and electrified fences along DMZ, develop impoverished key cities of North (e.g: Pyongyang, Haeju, Sariwon, Kaesong, Hamhung, Wonsan, etc.), restore destroyed historical places during Korean War, build interstates and high-speed rails to the northern state and centralize the government and its system after the reunification.

Unified State of Korea could have great implications for the balance of power in the region, with South Korea already considered by many a regional power. Reunification would give access to cheap labor and abundant natural resources in the North, which, combined with existing technology and capital in the South, would create large economic and military growth potential. According to a study by Goldman Sachs, a unified Korea could have an economy larger than that of Japan by 2050. A unified Korean military would have the largest number of reservists as well as one of the largest numbers of military hackers. Be scared, far-right minded Japanese citizens. Once you messed Korea, they will crush you into dust.

What happened to South Korea after Reunification?
After Korean Reunification, the Ministry of Unification will be dissolved along with the Committee of Five Provinces of the North. That means, the public administration on five provinces will be conducted by the unified Korean Government. I wonder if the North Korean defectors can come back to their home soil in North and reunite their families. 

Based on geography facts, the highest peak in unified Korea will be Mount Baekdu and the longest river will be Amnok River. Some facts will be changed in prior to Korean Reunification. Postal codes, telephone numbers and interstate codes will be centralized due to Reunification. 

Some issues loomed on the reunification:
  1. Are the Korean Residents in Abai Village, Sokcho, Gangwon Province intended to move back to Hamhung Province?
  2. Are the North Korean Defectors wanted to settle back to North?

What happened to North Korea after Reunification?
I guarantee that North Koreans will live in freedom without communism and religions such as Christian, Buddhism and Islam will be spread to the Northern State. A Roman Catholic Territorial Abbey of Tokwon (Revised Romanization: Deokwon) will be reinstated along with Catholic Dioceses of Hamhung and Pyongyang. In addition, North Koreans will experience economic boom and vast development in Northern State, sourced from South Korean’s economic reimbursement to the North. 

However, there many questions regarding to North Koreans’ future after reunification:
  1. Are the statues of Kim Communism Family will torn down?
  2. Are the embalmed bodies of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il dismantled from Kumsusan Palace of the Sun?
  3. Are the bust statues of revolutionary tombs removed?
  4. Is the Unified Korean State make a move to remove Juche Tower?
  5. Are the gulags closed for good?
  6. What happened to the Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor after the Reunification?
  7. Is Korea making more nukes after reunification?

Admin's Plans after Korean Reunification
Setting a place for moe girls to North after the Korean Reunification is the most challenging and toughest task that I have ever faced. I must find more girls to represent places in Northern State. Moreover, I have to wait new flags and insignias of Northern Provinces. That means, I have to update the places of the Northern State with new moe girls.

Maybe I can say, Korean Reunification provides more benefit for us, the Author of Moe-Korea Series, Mohd Faris bin Mohd Fadil and freelance artist and blogger, Jo Ryan Salazar to flourish moefication throughout Moose-headed Peninsula. Korean Reunification and Moefication, these sound great for us.