World Ch. Schedule : SAT 07:00 KST
* Date : 2022-06-18
What would the future of a unified Korea look like? A lot of people must have imagined this once in a while. So in today’s “Unification is Here 3,” we go on a special trip of time traveling at the Center for the Unified Korean Future, Korea’s first and only government-run training facility for people to experience unification. We talk about the past and present of the division, and the future of the Korean Peninsula. Let’s check it out in just a moment.
The National Institute for Unification Education published a picture book about unification for children called, “South Tteok, North Tteok, Ssuktteok Ssuktteok.” The author of this book met a child who read her book in person and conveyed the meaning of unification. Let’s take a look.
We hear the story of Kim Min-joo, a 29-year-old nutritionist who worked at Gaeseong Industrial Complex, as she communicated with North and South Koreans, acknowledging the differences and getting to know the similarities. "A Story of North and South I Want to Tell You” begins now!