I am curious about this... i am quoting from cnn article:
"Kim Yo-jong wrote in guest book at Olympics to Moon Jae-in “I hope Pyongyang and Seoul get closer in our people's hearts and move forward the future of prosperous unification,” she wrote...."
Regarding her use of the word 'unification,' article then states South Korea's 'peaceful' 'warm' view of the 'process" in strong contrast to North Korea where 'unification' means 'final victory.'
But does anyone know what word she actually used (in Korean, i am assuming she did not use English)? if it was the same word commonly translated as 'unification', then is there a word/expression commonly translated as 'final victory'?
i am arguing for importance of good translation and recognition of translation as an art!
thanks for helping