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Who are we?

Pan-Korean Alliance for Reunification (BomMinRyon) has been established in 1990 as an non-governmental civil organisation conducting the movement for great national unity and reunification of Korea with its regional headquarters in the south and north Korea as well as overseas.
BomMinRyon-movement is based on the three principles of national reunification - independence, peaceful reunification and great national unity - which has been signed and declared by the governments of both north and south Korea on July 4, 1972.
Since its establishment in 1990 BomMinRyon has gathered yearly to hold pan-national rally for peace and reunification of Korea on August 15 in Seoul, Pyongyang, Panmunjom, and Tokyo and Shenyang for the overseas Koreans.

What is BomMinRyon aiming at?

BomMinRyon: Programme and Statute

Last Updated 23-01-2021

BomMinRyon Activities

Advance dynamically along the road of independent reunification under the banner of the June 15 Joint Declaration and the October 4 Declaration!

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