Korean Dream: A Vision for A United Korea
Dr. Moon’s highly acclaimed book is a powerful call to action for Koreans and supporters everywhere to own the task of Korean unification.
ABOUT THE BOOK
North Korea today is a rogue state threatening global peace and challenging the conscience of humanity. In the South, Koreans now face long-term social consequences from the pursuit of economic development at all costs.
In Korean Dream, Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon presents an innovative way forward on the Korean peninsula. He explains lucidly why Korean unification is the ultimate answer to security, economic, and social problems created through 70 years of division. He goes a step further, offering a groundbreaking approach to peace rooted in the founding principles and cultural practices that have made Koreans one people for millennia.
Korean Dream highlights the importance of civil society organizations in promoting historical changes, and is a call to action to Koreans and their friends everywhere. Today, Dr. Moon is leading the way, inspiring an unprecedented coalition of groups to work for the long-cherished hope of a unified, peaceful Korean peninsula.
Available for purchase in English, Japanese, and Korean.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Today, one of the hotspots in the world is the unending unrest between North and South Korea. As someone who believes that Iran’s nuclear bomb capabilities are being tested and upgraded in North Korea, this book approaches the resolution of the Korean conflict and the challenges they face for the unification of these two countries and one people. Therefore, I encourage readers to explore Korean Dream by Dr. Moon. It gives a cogent path to peace for the Koreas and the world.Harold E. Doley, Jr.
The author understands that the unification of the Korean peninsula with Hongik Ingan as its ideology is not only desired by the nation but also linked with the future of the world… [The] ideology of Hongik Ingan and the Korean peninsula on which it would be manifest would be the ultimate factor in stabilizing the Northeast Asia region and a factor in the actualization of world peace… Individuals, authorities of unification policies in the government, and researchers of unification challenges in academic circles must read Korean Dream.Kyu-suk Cho
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