This work depicts the dramatic reunification of brothers fighting in the Korean War, one an officer with the Korean Army and the other a North Korean soldier. The brothers’ embrace signifies reconciliation, love, and forgiveness amid the tragic fratricide of the Korean War. The base is in the shape of an ancient burial mound, made with granite blocks collected from all over the peninsula. It represents the Koreans’ longing to see the nation and country reunited. The dome is split into halves at the bottom, and the halves become united toward the top of the structure. This too is symbolic of the reunification of Korea.