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In Kijŏng-dong, a flag rose up the tallest flagpole in East Asia.

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Greater Korea had risen up again, within the Korean Peninsula, while the Khanka Territory and New Kyoto’s status was in limbo. In what form Greater Korea is, no one except for the Koreans and the UFE knows. But soon, the world will realize that a great change had taken place......

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UFE military forces maintained their positions guarding the bases and garrisons in the Korean Peninsula even with the hand off of sovereignty. The korean military's equipment which had been moved to China during the African crisis would remain there for now.

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A lone man looked at the city from the middle of the river.

The city was supposed to be his. His legacy. The sacred revolutionary line had established a socialist heaven on earth. Yet now, everything had been taken away from him. The one who had helped him regain the throne made himself de facto ruler of a greater country, and slowly the legacy of the family was being eroded away, marginalized into capitalism.

It was unacceptable. It was simply unacceptable. Exactly what was he doing, as power slipped from his hands? He had a tradition to uphold, a mission to continue. But he didn't have the power to overcome the barriers. Exactly how......

An idea came to his head. Yes, there was a way, but it would mean throwing away the basic principles of his ideology, becoming a traitor to the nation.

Kim Jong Un picked up his hotline phone.

"Central Sun, please prepare the operations."

兎死狗烹 (Boil the Dog After Hunting the Rabbit)

Operation Han had helped him achieve his goal. With the majority of the country's force in Transamur in the radiation cleanup missions, there was no opposition to the sudden occupation of the peninsula by the UFE forces. THe Premier of the Greater Korean Federation, Kap Seungil, accepted the annexation without any resistence. Quite an unexpected result, but the smooth transistion of power was perfect. Now, with the backing of UFE, Kim Jong Un set forth with eliminating the main oppositions.

The first target was the group that formed the core of the original Korean government: the Damulseongyanghoe. translated as “Society for the Promotion of Restoration, it was originally led by the current Emperor, cutting across all political and regional differences and unifying Koreans under the dream of independence. While the ultranationalist ideology of the Damulseongyanghoe had originally matched Juche and led to a political alliance against the pan-Buyeo sentiments of Kap, the use of UFE in Kim's coming to power had developed into a backlash. If things were not taken care of, mass uprising could happen.

Mass purges were started throughout the former Great Korean territories. Things were limited to forced early retirements in Daehan, but in the case of Chosun, all current and former members of the Damulseongyanghoe were labeled "hostile class" and sent to the concentration camps. The only person to be exempted was Kap Seungil, who was just put under house arrest. Touching Kap could cause the Chosun military to rise up, and Kim was not willing to go too harshly to destroy someone who could be simply neutralized.

It was time for the next step.

殺氣衝天 (Aura of Death Piercing the Sky)

Mass reorganizations of political parties followed the purges. Funding of the progressive parties in Daehan allowed a majority in the National Assembly, and the People's Republic of the Rising Sun was a puppet of Kim, through the connections within the socialist movements. Soon, almost all of Korea was left-wing.

At the same time, Kim continued with purges, although they were now hidden from the public. Any major political figure who went against him were silenced. The federal government was almost unchanged in structure, except that aside from one position, all would be filled by Chosun officials. The sole exception was the Chairperson of the Economic Planning Board, which would be held by a certain hated Jap by the name of Kei Shojitsu.

Korea was now the personal kingdom of the Juche Kimist Dynasty.

强盛大國 (Prosperous and Great Country)

The goal of the Founding Father, Kim Il Sung, had been achieved. The rule over the Korean Peninsula was now in the hands of his blood, and Juche was the guiding thought. At the same time, technologically and economically KOrea was a major power in East Asia. The Korean wave swept Indochina and Malaysia, new satellites were launched, and Korea's economic rose even faster as its competitors and enemies fell behind. Only a bright future awaited.

Under the guidance of Jia, through the Imperial Resident of Pyongyang. The Rising Sun had joined the orbit of the Celestial Kingdom.

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[b][u]Special Broadcast from KBS[/u][/b]

Kim Jong Un, President of the People's Republic of Chosun, was elected as Premier of Greater Korean Federation in the first elections after the reestablishment of the federal government. More than seventy percent of the country's combined population turned out to give him an overwhelming majority in the popular vote.

Polls suggest that Jong-un's appeal is derived from his stance of spiritual unification, equality and an historical perspective of Korea as a great cultural power. While supporters have enthusiastically embraced his message, some critics have decried his viewpoints and messages as overly nationalist and jingoistic. The Korean Premier, with his position has head of the militarily most powerful state, is now the undistributed leader of the Greater Korean Federation.

He seemed be blessed with all of his father's charisma and none of his madness. The young Premier has tapped into something that lies deep within the souls of many Koreans: the idea that their culture is special, and has a significant place in guiding the future of the world. In his frequent addresses to the nation, Premier Kim refers to the 20th Century as the "Lost Century," a time when Japan took the country by force and the country split in two and went to war with itself.

The Premier seems to speak to his people on a deeply cultural level, providing a guiding light to a nation stuck in an economic morass and entrenched in cultural shame. He frequently refers to the Chosun Kingdom in his speeches, a reminder of the apogee of Korean culture, literature, science, trade and technology. The Chosun Kingdom existed for approximately five hundred years, between 1400 and 1900, and occupied roughly the same geographical area as present-day Korea. The Premier wants his people to remember the distant past, forget the 20th century, and look to the future, which the Premier believes will be defined by the Korean way of life.

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