North Korean Migration
There are several reasons why people migrate to another region. One of them is because of their economic status. A country that is greatly affected by the economic system is North Korea. Statistically shown, Its GDP is about 40 billion dollars and the growth is only 3.9% in 2009. It is 1/30 of South Korea’s GDP which is 1164 trillion and the population of North Korea is 24 million which more than half of South Korea’s population. North Korea’s communism is the biggest push factor for illegal emigrants.
Communism is a social system to create classless and fairness among the citizens. The basic form of communism is equally dividing the profit of all the workers. Also it does not accept private property....