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Safer Society after the Inter-Korean Summit2018 1차 남북정상회담, 그 후
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▲ Nozima Yuldasheva, Junior, Faculty of Economics

    On April 28, 2018, Korea had one of its historical moments. Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un met on the tense border that cleaved the Korean peninsula in two. Both leaders pledged to make peace, but many details in their joint declaration are still yet to be worked out. As a foreigner living and studying in South Korea, I was as happy as the citizens of the two countries were. As far as I know, there are families who were separated from each other because of the division and now they have a chance for a reunion with their relatives. In addition, I feel myself safer knowing the fact that there will not be any attack or bomb explosion from the North Korean side.

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