swords in this case. If homogeneity is overemphasized, then unification is difficult. However, if Koreans do not emphasize their homogeneity, the need for unification might be questioned. If South Koreans truly wish to unify the nation, they should accept the reality of the difference between the two Koreas and acknowledge the diversity of the nation. This inevitably includes mutual acceptance between South and North Koreans and their ideologies, which does not seem to be a plausible option any time soon. South Korea's "Sunshine Policy" of engagement with the North, in place since the late 1990s, has resulted in some progress, especially in educating South Koreans to have a more understanding attitude toward the North. However, it is doubtful if there have been any substantial changes in the South Korean perception of the North and unification. This book is almost free of editorial mistakes except a few minor errors. On page 250 Kim Ch0ng-sun (1996) is quoted but is not listed as a reference. Footnote 12 of chapter 5 (p. 279), explaining hwarangdo of Silla, states that hwarang adhered to samgangoryun (the Three Bonds and Five Moral Rules). In fact, hwarang adhered to sesokogye (the Five Secular Commandments). These
Korean Studies – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Oct 30, 2006
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