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South Korea should abandon its goal of unification with North Korea
The social consequences of unification are numerous and severe.
Unification will disproportionately benefit the wealthy.
Unification will harm and exploit the people of NK.
Unification will harm the people of SK.
A unified Korean state does not effectively or accurately represent the two nation's peoples.
Combined, the social consequences described below will increase the chances of anti-unification resistance movements forming.
Unification could help empower the people of NK by incorporating them into SK's highly skilled, educated labor force and economy.
A fusion of SK and NK people's cultural values can lead to a more diverse and inclusive culture, benefiting all.
The social problems that come from unification could lead to social movements that shed light on ignored problems that already existed within the two countries.