South Korea's Unification Ministry said Sunday it will begin producing Korean-language Internet television and radio broadcasts later this month in a bid to raise public awareness and interest in unifying the two divided Koreas.
An Internet broadcasting channel will begin operation around Sept. 26 on which video content about the unification issue will be aired, the Unification Ministry said.
The ministry plans to produce video content, weekly news reports and sitcom episodes on the latest developments in unification and they will be aired on http://unitv.unikorea.go.kr, it added.
An Internet radio channel will also begin broadcasting news on unification and interviews with North Korean defectors from Sept. 26 at http://uniradio.inlive.co.kr, the ministry said.
The Korea peninsula has remained divided as South Korea and North Korea since the 1950-53 Korean War ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty.