South Korea seeks peace with flying balloons

11 Apr


While the tension between the two Koreans has been cooking and almost overflowing, South Korean protesters shocked many people today with the move for peace and dialogue.

Countless balloons baring the pictures of the two leaders and that of a dove were released at the border town of Paju to fly to North Korea.

The significant of these balloons speak volumes and although it might be neglected by most critics of North Korea, it might as well be just the olive leaf that is going to pacify Kim Yong-Un to put off any intension of starting a war.

Rhetoric wars and the eminent threats the war would pose if it finally goes ahead cannot be underestimated. However, at this breaking point just simple signal like that of the balloons can play the trick – change minds as well as actions.

China, the only country that can speak and understand North Korea has the biggest task to play in any effort to stop any combat between the two.

Whether China finally succeeds, it’s only a matter of time.

It remains the hope of everyone, including South Korea and its allies that Pyongyang should think of the consequences any war might cause.

Dialogue is the way for peace, and it’s never late to start one.

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Posted by on April 11, 2013 in News, Opinion


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