KOREAN DREAM:

A Vision for a Unified Korea

 

Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon has presented an innovative, vision-driven way forward on the Korean peninsula. His approach has inspired a cross-sectoral, global movement to advance the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula.   

United Korea: Japan and Mongolia Perspectives

United Korea: Japan and Mongolia Perspectives

The unique challenges brought on by the recent pandemic has brought to light the limitations of closed societies, the resilience of open societies, and the opportunity to reassess what is really important to propel the global community forward. This includes a topic...

False Paradise: A Defector’s Story of North Korea

False Paradise: A Defector’s Story of North Korea

The Korean Dream is not about survival or even establishing minimum freedom and rights; It is about creating a new nation that can bring enormous benefit to all humanity. Although clearly distressing, the stories of North Korean defectors include a message of...

Korean Diaspora Renewal

Korean Diaspora Renewal

Koreans began to venture out into the wider world in larger numbers following colonial occupation beginning in the late 19th century and now appear to be spread out over 175 countries around the globe. With these approximately 7.4 million Koreans living abroad, the...

Citizens Move for Reunification in Korea

Citizens Move for Reunification in Korea

Action for Korea United (AKU) is a coalition of thousands of Korean reunification activists, from both the North and South, who are drawing upon their shared identity as one people to build a movement for One Korea that is based on the ideals and aspirations of the...

2019 Year in Review

2019 Year in Review

"The deciding factor at such times is always moral and innovative leadership, on every level." The new year has already opened with many challenges. Kim Jong Un has declared an end to North Korea’s self-imposed moratorium on nuclear missile development and issued a...

North Korean Defectors Find Hope in the Korean Dream

North Korean Defectors Find Hope in the Korean Dream

The Korean peninsula has been divided between North and South Korea since 1953. In North Korea, about 18 million people out of the 25 million in its population experience serious human rights violations, economic struggles, food insecurity, malnutrition, and other...

Why the Time for Reunification is Now: Stories from North Korea

Why the Time for Reunification is Now: Stories from North Korea

To some, the reunification of the Korean peninsula may seem like a slow, incremental process that will occur in the distant future. But to others, particularly those that have experienced living in North Korea—deprived of fundamental human rights and freedoms—Korean...

Book Reviews

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.

Founder, Doley Securities Group

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

Former Head, Editorial Department at Segye Times