South Korea's rival parties are debating how to go about achieving reunification with North Korea at the National Assembly on this Monday.
On the second day of a four-day hearing, lawmakers are questioning members of President Park's Cabinet about the government's specific plans for reunification.
In a press conference last month, the president said a unified Korea would be like hitting the "jackpot."
Ruling party lawmakers support President Park's reunification rhetoric and projects, such as creating a world peace park in the demilitarized zone.
However, opposition lawmakers say they oppose reunification where the South absorbs the North following an abrupt collapse and are calling for public consensus on how to achieve reunification.