At the end of World War II, Korea was divided in two. The northern half of the Korean peninsula was occupied by the Soviet Union, the southern by the United States. Today, North and South Korea couldn't be further apart. With such a wide gap, some are asking if unification is possible, even desirable, anymore?
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