Overall, South Koreans showed overwhelming support for unification. Before deliberation, 71.6% of South Koreans thought unification were “necessary”1. This already high number increased to an astounding 91.2% post-deliberation. PDF
On Saturday August 11, 2011, a stratified random sample of 193 residents of Seoul and its surrounding metropolitan area gathered together in a large assembly hall of a regional training facility in the outskirts of Seoul. They were gathered to discuss various aspects of the Korean unification issue – the conditions, timing, and consequences of reunifying the two Koreas – and were prepared to tackle the issue for the rest of the weekend.