As entering modern and contemporary times, northeast countries chose ways different from one another in the process that they established their own national identities and organized ideologies bolstering the identities. However, their epistemological bases of crimes and punishments were as ever connected by asian values. Therefore, the solidarity of asian values on death penalty may boil down eventually to the problem of how to dissolve the set of fixed values. Although this awareness accompanies as many difficulties in leading changes as the depth of history, it is inevitable to cope with the problem by building solidarity power on the basis of co-prosperity of mankind because death penalty ultimately are not a problem of a regional situation applying to a certain country. Specifically, Korea has halted an execution of death penalty for a long time, and furthermore, in order to be commensurate with its expected role in the global society as the country from which UN secretary general is from and as a newly elected non-permanent member of the security council, it should boost its status as a country completely abolishing the death penalty in northeast asia by hurriedly signing the 2nd optional protocol to the international covenant and taking a procedure to ratify it.