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Topic - Lee Seung-Jae
With the antagonistic rhetoric and nuclear threats from neighboring North Korea reaching unprecedented heights, it makes sense that South Koreans see the once-conceivable prospect of reunification on the peninsula as increasingly unrealistic.
"If it does ever occur, South Korea is going to go through massive inflation," he said.
'Quite a show'