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North Korea under a neutral, democratic government.

North Korea is now a democracy

On television, North Korea is now a denuclearized democracy.

In 2014, North Korea has successfully developed nuclear weapons that are capable of hitting the West Coast of the United States. Due to fears of the nuclear weapons, the U.S. has no choice but to assassinate the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Meanwhile, Dennis Rodman hires Dave Skylark, the host of the talk show Skylark Tonight and the show's producer Aaron Rapaport to arrange an interview for Kim Jong-un. However, Dave Skylark and Aaron Rapaport were secretly hired by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong-un, using few transdermal strips that will expose Kim to ricin via handshake. After arriving in North Korea, Skylark shakes hands with Kim Jong-un. After Dennis Rodman, Dave Skylark, and Aaron Rapaport finished the interview, they leave North Korea as Kim Jong-un begins to collapse and dies. Later, China and the U.S. begins a secret meeting of starting coup in North Korea as the U.S. makes a deal with China. Later, the Chinese military officers arrives in North Korea to attend Kim Jong-un's funeral. However, the Chinese begins start a coup to assassinate other North Korean leaders. In the aftermath, Skylark was hailed as a hero, while North Korea moves toward becoming a denuclearized democracy with Sook-yin as interim leader. In 2018, after Moon Jae-in becomes President of South Korea in 2017, President Moon begins a summit with Kim Yong-dae of the Korean Social Democratic Party in North Korea, promising that North and South Korea will reunify into a neutral country that is nicknamed the “Switzerland of East Asia”, due to its neutrality. South Korea will withdraw many U.S. troops back to their homeland and a reunified Korea will become a neutral state between China and the U.S. forces in Japan, once North Korea's economy begins to recover. South Korean President Moon Jae-in announces that the reunification will begin in the year 2045, promising that a reunified Korea will become a most, powerful neutral country that will help restore stability and peace in Asia, while the U.S. begins to benefit from a reunified Korea's help.

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