KOREAN DREAM:

A Vision for a Unified Korea

by Hyun Jin Preston Moon

 

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.

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Awards

U.S. DIA DIRECTOR'S READING LIST 2018

2014 BOOK OF THE YEAR

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By clearly narrating that achieving unification is the first objective in fulfilling the Korean Dream, the book has shown us the task of our generation.

-Soon Kyung Hong

Chairperson , Committee for Democratization of North Korea

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…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.

Founder, Doley Securities Group

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The time is ripe for Korea to experience peace. Success is possible. Believe in the dream. Read the book.

Dr. Robert A. Schuller

Evangelist and Author

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This book takes a wonderful outside-the-box approach to Korean unification. It highlights the author’s insights based on thorough knowledge and details and his vision of a new nation that can unite Korean people all over the world.

Dr. Jin Shin

ProfessorChungnam National University

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On Hongik Ingan and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

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Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

Korea’s Divided Families: Over 70 Years of Heartbreak

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