Despite some of the drastic differences between North and South Korea, the goal of reunification looms large over both halves of the peninsula. We are already well aware of the political, economic, and cultural nature of these differences, and how a 60 year period of isolation has solidified them. What, according to the reading, are some of the different possibilities for reunification? Which ones seems more plausible? What are some of the items at stake?
It may help to think of other instances of reunification from history--consider Germany, and even the North and South United States to help you grasp the concept.