Essay On South Korea Unification

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South Korea and North Korea cannot Reunite

Korean peninsula had been occupied by Japan from 1910 to 1945 years. In 1945, American exploded atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. After exploding the bomb, Emperor Hirohito announced Japan is surrender, ending World War 2. After World War 2 the Japan was defeated. According to 38 parallel (a circle of latitude in the northern hemisphere, used as the pre-Korean War boundary between South and North Korea), the Korean peninsula was occupied by the Soviet Union in the North and the United States in the South. August 15, 1948 both sides declared as the legitimate governments. Both states were accepted into the United Nations on 8 August 1991. The idea of the Korea unifies has been discussing openly by both sides for
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My argument is these two countries will not get unification. Because of they are many facts not to combine. For example, in Myanmar between KIO/KIA and central government walk on the same Democratic system. However, they cannot combine until now because of many reasons. Between them conflicts have been happening over 50 years. In 1969 the ministry of Unification was established at South Korea as the National Unification Board, Udder the role of Park Chung Hee. The Monument of Reunification is at North Korea. It was built in August 2001. Therefore, there are many reasons not to combine South Korea and North Korea. I do not think they will combine. Because of the first reason is different ideology between North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is applying Communism ideology and South Korea is applying Liberalism ideology. North Korea a totalitarian built upon the rationale of centralization and everything is controlled by central government. On the other hand South Korea is Liberalism and their political system is based on Democratic System. Moreover, in the event that the two countries united they would have a big challenge. That is which system they should use Liberalism or

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