How North and South Korea Came to March Under One Flag

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The star of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics opening ceremony was a white and blue flag representing a unified Korean peninsula. Here's the story of a powerful and controversial symbol for two countries that still have guns aimed at each other.

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