The DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is a unique place that cuts across the North-South border of the Korean Peninsula.
It has been marked by historical division and ongoing tensions, but it also holds the potential to become a symbol of future peace and reunification.
To the young people of present-day South Korea living in a divided nation, we must not forget.
In our imagination, at the DMZ, the youth from the South and the North come together and become friends.
Trees flourish and flower gardens bloom, while once-endangered animals frolic once again.
They share stories about their parents and grandparents, creating beautiful memories.
This represents a peaceful situation where the Korean Peninsula is reunified, free from division and conflict.
It is a hope shared by many.
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