The idea of seeing the two distinct Koreas united again is very suggestive but it is not possible at all.
The Korean Peninsula today is politically divided between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea.
They are brothers but they hate each other and not just for having two distinct political lines but because North Korea is completely hostage to its neighbor who controls and manages all of its internal and foreign policy through a complacent elite.
Furthermore, the mere idea of having only one Korea arouses fear for many Asian countries that so far have dominated economically, because if up to now only South Korea is a regional power with the eventual union with North Korea it would become even more powerful and this is not liked. to some political leaders who lead the Asian advance, especially the communist one.