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South Korea should abandon its goal of unification with North Korea
Unification is infeasible.
There exists no historical precedence for the unification proposed between NK and SK. Therefore, there are few events in history from which to compare.
There are too many unknowns to plan unification safely or effectively.
If unification occurs through force or absorption, the ensuing occupation will be too costly and dangerous to justify unification.
The two states' unification policies and goals are ideologically incompatible. This makes it unlikely that unification can be negotiated.
Other events in Korean history were before thought to be infeasible and were historically unprecedented, but happened nonetheless.
Reunification may be possible if the Kim regime falls.