It is located at the place where the Pyongyang-Kaesong Motorway begins.
It was erected in August Juche 90 (2001) in praise of the three charters for national reunification advanced by the great leaders .
As it stands on the entrance to the motorway in Thongil (Reunification) Street to Kaesong, a city on the demarcation line, it shows the Korean people’s ardent desire for national reunification.
It depicts two women from the north and south of Korea in national costume, holding high the emblem of the three charters for national reunification. Such peculiar architectural style and its formative beauty are admired by visitors.
Displayed in a niche of the monument are rare stone plaques presented by the south Korean people, overseas compatriots and figures from different countries.