Tanzania Shares Message for One Korea

Tanzania Shares Message for One Korea

By Emiko Perea For five centuries Korea existed as one independent country with a shared history and culture. In 1950, the infamous Korean War would separate the long-united peninsula into two halves for over 70 years. Seeking to end the tragic division, the One Korea...

5 Ways You Can Support Korean Reunification

By Keiko Seino Koreans in the North, South, and diaspora, as well as each of us in the international community, play an important role in building the reality of the Korean Dream. The One Korea Global Campaign makes progress as citizens step up and use their...

A Change of Heart Toward Korean Reunification: Heeryoung’s Story

By Keiko SeinoHeeryoung Kim did not care about the reunification of the Korean peninsula because it had nothing to do with her, or so she thought. Like many other young people in South Korea, Heeryoung was more concerned about getting a job, and the only thing she was...
Ohnshim’s Story: Building Peace through the Korean Dream

Ohnshim’s Story: Building Peace through the Korean Dream

By Keiko Sometani We all come across people in our lives that inspire us in small and in even more profound ways. Maybe this person is a family member or a close friend.  Maybe you never met them in person. Perhaps you listened to their moving song on the radio or...
Liberation Day: A Joyous Day for All Koreans

Liberation Day: A Joyous Day for All Koreans

By: Keiko Sometani This August, Korean people from both sides of the 38th parallel and around the world will celebrate a historic holiday. In South Korea, the Taegukgi waves high above city buildings and in front of homes as ceremonies and festivities occur across the...