The number of North Korean refugees has increased since the mid-90s, they have fleed to escape hunger and poverty. The route of the escape lead them through China, where today probably 150,000 North Koreans live as illegal refugees. Some refugees decide to flee further, to South Korea. About 25,000 refugees are living there right now. They are welcomed by the government, receive a South Korean passport and 15.000€ welcome money. What they don’t get is a proper integration since society is mainly not really interested in their stories. Since the two systems are too different the working skills of the North Korean refugees are too old fashioned. How do people handle their live, when they flee from one system to a total different one? Where they are seen as back warded. What will happen if one country will take over the other country? And what if they will name it reunification?Welcome to (South)Korea.