The purpose of the paper is to analyze from a legal point of view how handling ownership of land in North Korea will benefit national interests and be most persuasive to the people of South and North Korea if the two Koreas are unified.
The biggest difference between the two Koreas in the civil law field is the real estate ownership. Therefore, it will be necessary to consider how the disposal of real estate in North Korea after reunification would be appropriate in terms of constitutional value and judicial interests.
The legal process for achieving unification will require a process of integrating the law between the two countries. In the case of the Korean peninsula, the same procedure should be preceded. In the end, real estate in North Korea will be subject to private ownership. In the reunification of North and South Korea, the reorganization of land ownership in North Korea should be based on social agreement for the integration of North and South Koreans.
After all, reunification of land ownership in North Korea after reunification should not only focus on the distribution of goods on land, but also to achieve social integration among North and South Koreans.