The 3 major problems in 2018
It has been over 40 years since several Japanese citizens were abducted by Korean operatives. Now, it is not a problem of ‘how they were abducted’, but ‘how they grew up’. This changes according to how the abductees feel over time. I thought that if I were able to visit and stay in DPRK, it might be a good idea to try and build a tourist-like diplomatic relationship for a short period of time.
(２)The Problem with Nuclear Tests
The local people said, “To the Koreans who endured the isolation, the missiles are the only high-level technology that they can boast about, and it must not be used for war.”
Looking at it from my perspective, movements in the nuclear testing depends largely on how the rest of the world evaluates the situation.
(３) Problem with Korean Unification
On Friday, October 10th, 1980 at the 6th Korean Labor Party convention, information was proposed that had also been mentioned in President Kim Il-sung’s book; “To achieve peace, unification in the country with the principles of the great unity of all peoples, there are two systems: keep the two governments intact and to create a unified nation-state that represents the interests of all ethnicities. Reality says that there can be no other way. In such a sense, the founding of the Democratic Republic of Korea would be the most correct and rational uniform bill.” Even as a country that has the only remaining wall after the war, the Korean Peninsula can only be truly reunified at the hands of its own citizens.