How Far Apart the Two Koreas Have Grown in Six Decades

Reunification of the Korean Peninsula will come at a massive cost, especially to the South. Rebuilding of North’s infrastructure will be tantamount, but the North bearing rich natural resources can play a significant role for the peninsula as a whole. Then, of course, there is the nuclear issue with the North, but history has proven of those “materials” can be eliminated in return for a prosperous country.

Source: by Jiyeun Lee and Hooyeon Kim, Bloomberg

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