How North and South Korea Came to March Under One Flag

Two Nations, One Flag

The star of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics opening ceremony was a white and blue flag representing a unified Korean peninsula. Here’s the story behind the powerful and controversial symbol the two countries use while marching together yet still have guns aimed at each other.

Maybe after the Olympics America should get off the peninsula and let the two countries continue working on reunification initiatives. After all, the beef the North has is not really with the South – it’s with the USA.

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