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North Korea

This category covers questions about North Korea, officially known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, which is the counterpart of South Korea. North Korea is famous for having one of the worst human rights records in the world.
North Korea! It's because of the way people are dying each year of starvation, death to those who've tried to escape, the people don't have freedom of speech and that it's a slave state.
It depends on what you consider to be Korea and what Hangeul  Letters you consider to be the equivalent of "p".    Historically, the letters: (ㅂ), (ㅍ), and (ㅃ) have all been  considered to be the sound "p". The first one, though, is often  considered more analogous to a "b" (even...
There are 10493.790 miles between Pyongyang, North Korea and  Toronto, Canada.
To probably just go to war for no apparent reason but to just fightt
I heard they export coal to China.
South Korea measures 38,691 sq miles (100,210 km²).North Korea covers 46,541 sq miles (120,540 km²).
During the Korean War, North Korea and China were allies, butcurrently they have problems with each other.
Right after the Atomic bomb was dropped on Japan in August 1945, the Soviet Union (Russia) declared war on Japan, and invaded Japanese conquered territory, of which Korea was one. After WWII, the Soviets took North Korea and the US (free world) took South Korea. Five years later, the Soviets...
its not overpopulated but its not underpopulated either
The national sport of China is table tennis (t.t) otherwise known as Ping-Pong
North Korea has an high infant mortality ratre.
The answer you are looking for is "Quezon City", but Quezon City  was only the capital of the Philippines for 28 years from 1948 to  1976. Since that time, the capital has reverted back to Manila.
똑같은 민족이고 same Koreans and we should 통일 해야됨
he main industries of North Korea include, military products, mining things such as coal, iron ore, limestone, magnesite, granite, lead, zinc, copper), textiles, food processing,and metallurgy. Its main exports are mainly minerals, metallurgical products, manufactures,armaments, textiles, and...
  The sale of weapons and weapons technology to undeveloped countries.
Yes, South Korea has been democratic since 1987.
I believe the Soviets were occupying North Korea because of the Communism.
No the state abandoned people it cannot take care of or that do not work or have parents that work. Also unexpected and extra people that do not get rations are abandoned or forgotten. It has the success of a barley watered plant. Only the military and capital city have any success and even then...
They earn theirliving by workin hard jobs
0 miles, they border each other.
Hoping to unify the Koreas under a single Communist government, the North launched a surprise invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950. In the following days, the UN Security Council condemned the attack and demanded an immediate withdrawal. Because Kim Il Sung hoped to join the two Koreas into one...
North Vietnam - edit - For Platoweb, this is not the correct answer.
wait.. which one north Korea or south Korea?? be accurate,,..   South- 98,480 s.q. km    north- 120,540 s.q. km
It's slightly smaller than New York.
the one and only Kim Jong Il, Their dear leader.
The line Ninjas jumped over really fast,(:
At this point, the North Korean regime can only remain in power by keeping its citizens oppressed. Plus they've always ruled this way, so why should they change now?
North Korea is called the Hermit Kingdom because of its isolationist practices. South Korea is sometines called the "Land of the morning calm."
No, he was the president of North Vietnam.
Democracy is not a Ideology but a form of government. The answer is neither. North Korea is a Autocracy and follows Juche not Communism.
North Korea has won 10 olympic gold medals.
North Korea- Pyonyang and RasonSouth Korea- Seoul, Incheon, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Daejun, and Ulsan. All of these cities in South Korea have at the least 1,000,000 people living within their city limits.
Answer China China, assuming you are asking about the 1950 war against south Korea and the united nations. ^ whoever wrote that you are clearly a brainless oaf what other war was there with north Korea
Nowhere, he died in Pyongyang in 1994.
North Korea. The war is commonly known in South Korea as the 6.25war because it occured on the 25th of June.
in south korea you can.but you have to be someone from the government. .
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North) and The Republic of Korea (South) are two different countries divided after WWII defeat of Japan who occupied the Korean Peninsula. The USSR occupied the North and The USA occupied the South. They were never reunified despite Northern Efforts in The...
Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea that was captured by the  Allies during the Korean War. The area is 1,233 mi² and its  population is 2.581 million (2008). North Koreans associate  Pyongyang with "Asadal".         
Any hostile nation with such a weapon puts us right back into the cold war; Tension.
From what I have observed western clothing is generally acceptable in North Korea with the exception of jeans. Risqué or any clothing that stands out is most likely also frowned upon. In addition it should be noted that, while not an "official" law, men are not allowed to grow their hair...
After World War II and the Japanese defeat, the Japanese occupation left Korea. USA and the USSR split up Korea to be managed by the two super powers, the USSR in the north and USA in the south, to be later unified in a single election. However, as relations between the two grew worse with the...
In the 20th century, a wave of communism swept through Asia, causing revolutionary uprisings in many Asian countries. In Korea, a revolutionary war was fought between 1950 and 1953. Korean communists received aid from the already communist China to the north, while the southern government received...
screw this i don't know. i can't find anything about this.
According to the 2009 estimate the population of North Korea is 23,906,000.About 25 millionmore than 22 million people live in north korea
Incorrect. North Korea has a dictatorship, which means they cannot vote on who rules them. South Korea is the democracy. Although, if you mean vote on something that has no impact on the North Korean government, and just voting on who has to make dinner, then it's completely legal.
because it is a command economy...the government controls it all
Korea gained independence from Japan, in 1945
Kim Il-sung led North Korea as prime minister from North Korea's inception on 1948 September 9. He continued in this position until 1972 December 28 when he became the president. He continued to lead until 1994 July 8 when he died. This was over 24 years as prime minister and nearly 22 years as...
After the Japanese surrender of WWII, the Americans and the Soviets occupied Korea. The Americans occupied southern part of Korea, while the Soviets entered Korea from their border and occupied the northern part of Korea. The Americans then invited Syngman Rhee back to the American-occupied Korea to...
The largest Russian city in close proximity to North Korea is  Vladivostok, the eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railroad.  However, the city in Russia that is closest to North Korea is the  bordertown of Khasan.
  As of 1991, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) is a United Nations member state.
  See website: Korean War
No it is a country. Or rather, countries since it is divided up as South Korea and North Korea.
North Korea, by just a little bit.
Seoul is not a major city in North Korea, it is in South Korea. An important major city in North Korea would be Pyongyang.
1. Yoo Jae-Suk (The Nation's MC) 2. Girls Generation (The Kpop sensation) 3. Lee Soo Man (The Chairman of SMEnt) That's as far as I know.
Yes, North Korea is in eastern Asia; in fact, it's on a peninsula along the eastern coast of Asia, just above South Korea.
north was trying to get the whole land.... the nation. and what they're trying to do is no freedom, and trying to make more happier, but it cause more pain... they didn't like the wealth... because that was one that they did'n't have.... and i think they were trying to get more poepl from south and...
China's national sport is.... i know but you don't get to mwa ha ha ha ha so sucksThe national sport for China is Ping Pong and Soccertable tennis
South Korea trades in the free market, it's economy is booming. Its industrial development includes manufacturing consumer electronics for the US and Europe. North Korea has a poor economy. Heavy industry has failed to provide economic stability, and agriculture under its socialist dictatorial...
There is no wall. It is just where guards guard which is called the DMZ. If a person goes there without permission, without any excuses, they are shot right away from a guardian unless they miss that person.
Kaesong is a city in the DPRK (North Korea), it does not have its  own capital.   The capital of the DPRK is Pyongyang.    The ROK (South Korean) capital is Seoul.
Including their appearance in 2010, twice. Their last appearance was in 1966.
yes it is because the hereditary dictatorship say that it is
China and Russia border Korea in the north.