Parties are poles apart over N. Korea, but will public care? By Kim Young-jin

June 21st, 2011
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When Democratic Party (DP) Chairman Sohn Hak-kyu last week called for the two Koreas to set aside “minor challenges” and hold a summit in the name of reconciliation, he revealed a deep divide between conservatives and liberals on North Korea.

But with elections next year and domestic issues grabbing the spotlight, will the public care

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