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South Korean prelate urges move toward reunification

May 11, 2017

A South Korean archbishop has called upon the country’s newly elected president to work for reconciliation with North Korea.

Archbishop Hyginus Hee-joong Kim of Gwanzi said that he hoped President Moon Jae-in will “propose propose a clear vision and governmental management philosophy for the future which can make all Korean people in the North and South Korea reconcile and coexist in peace.”


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  • Posted by: Thomas429 - May. 12, 2017 2:37 AM ET USA

    Not so fast. It is not up to S. Korea. The people of N. Korea are fine. It is the mentally ill family that rules the place causing the difficulty. Red China is no help either. Though it seems they may be beginning to get more pain than pleasure out of maintaining their bad boys. The people of N. Korea may finally be freed of them if China lets it happen.