It is 2060, decades after South and North Korea made history by agreeing to unify. The process has been long and difficult, but the Korean Peninsula is now home to the world’s 10th-largest economy, with a gross domestic product of $5.5 trillion -- eclipsing South Korea's $1.4 trillion in 2013. The KTX bullet train, which served only the residents of South Korea when it was built in 2004, now criss-crosses Eurasia, linking Seoul with Paris.
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Imagining a unified Korea
Experts weigh in on the practical challenges and potential ramifications of a North-South union