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A single, reunified Korea has long been a cherished dream of people on both sides of the world's most heavily fortified border. South Korea even has a Cabinet-level ministry preparing for the day. Yet few are eager to talk about the cold reality: Sudden reunification could be traumatic for both countries
"is less allergic than his father was to introducing new ideas from the world. That will help ease isolation and open room for reunification," officer worker Bae Sang-Il, 36, said. "A generational change is meaningful in North Korea."