No, the security forces have to be divorced from the KFR.
You cannot do this without invasion and Chinese change of position. Many in the NorK chain of command and political leadership have committed crimes against humanity, whatever that means, to achieve their positions. Even those who didn't engage must appreciate that subordinates would be willing to accuse them of the same for opportunistic reasons in a unified Korea. So NorKs stay the course; South Korea stays the course; nothing changes in my life time except that more people die prematurely and unnecessarily. Recall the movie, Soylent Green? NorKs will eat their own people before they finally implode, which will happen eventually but not for many years. NorK is the penultimate expression of hardline communism, as we will witness I believe. Happy to be mistaken there. 0.02
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