Not now, say S. Korean youths


Not cool: Although it might be a toll on the country’s economy, young South Koreans, like these soldiers, are trying to keep their shirts on over the issue of reunification of the two Koreas. — EPA

NO one is probably happier than South Korea President Park Geun-hye with her Northern counterpart Kim Jong-un’s New Year speech.

His proposal for a “highest-level” talk with his neighbour on the Korean peninsula has boosted her own pledge for reunification to end the 70-year-long Cold War conflict between the two Koreas.

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