South Koreans had little weapons and military because the Korean
war took place soon after WWII. WWII ended in 1945 and the Korean
war started in 1950. So South Korea was still "recovering" from the
second world war. Many South Korean cities were bombed or heavily
damaged as the North Koreans invade…
No, they did not. The United States just came into Korea in order to keep Northern part of Korean away from South Korea. Because the Soviet Union(communists) was taking care of northern Korea. Korean War began because of the protection from the United States and the Soveit Union. Colonized ove…
At the 38th Parallel, in the Demilitarized Zone.
Specifically at Panmunjeom, a small village at the Demilitarized Zone, on July 27, 1953. This village is now a tourist spot where one can see (using binoculars) North Korean villagers across the border doing their dail…
Korea in 1927 was occupied by Imperial Japan, it was a colony. N. Korea was not founded until post-WW2
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…
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.
Since Koreans are stupid they decided to put all the dumb people in
the north and all the less stupid ones in the south. Once they
officially split, all the People in north korea killed each other.
All except a mother and her great great uncle who had autism, HIV
and serve retardation. These two peo…
USA and Australia.
Australia have been there for South Korea since the Korean War. Australia will help the USA defend South Korea at all costs. Kevin Rudd will make sure he sends troops when North Korea invade or fire a missle at Seoul. The USA are also a major ally of South Korea
The distance from Los Angeles to Pyongyang Distance is 9569
kilometers or 5946 miles or 5167 nautical miles.
China and Russia
North Korea is a Communist state which is on the verge of economic and social collapse. It supports terrorism around the world. Its leader, Kim Jong Il, seems mentally unstable and not in touch with reality. If North Korea has, or gets working nuclear weapons, the possibility that it might…
North Korea had been urged into invading South Korea by Soviet's (Russia's) Joseph Stalin. Stalin supplied MIG-15 jet fighters, T-34 tanks, and tons of Soviet Artillery and small arms, along with ammunition and fuel for the war machines.
Korea has been "NOT BLESSED" by being geographically located …
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There are currently two Koreas:
The capital of North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea
or DPRK) is Pyongyang (평양).
The capital of South Korea (Republic of Korea or ROK) is Seoul
(서울). This city is home to over 25 million people and the largest
city on the peninsula.
From 1910 until the end of World War Two, Korea was a part of the Japanese Empire, and therefore Emperor Hirohito was its head of state. The emperor's representative during that period was the Governor General, resident in Seoul. (For a list of Governors General, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gov…
From the 1st Sun. of Nov. until the 2nd Sun. of March, Korea (UTC+9) is 17 hrs. ahead of California (UTC-8).From the 2nd Sun. of March until the 1st Sun. of Nov., Korea (UTC+9) is 16 hrs. ahead of California (UTC-7).
Technically the war is still going on.
tae kwon do but starcraft is becoming the national sport of Korea
1948. Originally Korea was a ruled by kingship, then Japan annexed Korea from 1919 to 1945. After Japanese surrender in 1945, the country was occupied by former Soviet Union and the US. There was discussion among winners of WWII about what to do about Korea. The former Soviet Union want to get the …
Both North and South Korea, are mountainous countries, though none of them are very tall. The tallest in North Korea is Mt. Baekdu, with an altitude of 9,003 feet. In South Korea, the tallest mountain is Mt. Halla on Jeju Island, with an altitude of 6,398 feet.
North Korea invaded South Korea on June 24, 1950.
There are actually six major religions in North Korea. The percentages of the 23,301,725 population that believe in the following religions are: 71.2% Atheist 12.9% Cheondoism 12.3% North Korean Shamanism 2.1% Christianity 1.5% Buddhist 0.0001% minghiusm I'm not a mathematician so I couldn't …
North Korea are Communist. South Korea are Republicans. (Freedom....opposites)North Korea is communist state while South
Korea is republic.
becusse he put sall his money into millatary and his wine celler
and uses his money on him self. He has 2 million dollars stocked up in a forigen bank.
North Korea has a command economy.that they developing see link below
During the Korean War, North Korea and China were allies, but
currently they have problems with each other.
The national sport of China is table tennis (t.t) otherwise known as Ping-Pong
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
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
Too late, they already did... several times.
A takeover of South Korea placed the air and sea space or Japan in danger. This was a situation that the Western powers could not accept or tolerate.
Answer The US and other Western powers feared a "domino effect"--that is, the gradual, but definite conversion of Asian countries to Commu…
Officially, North Korea is self-stated to have a
Juche socialist republic
(also known as a single-party system government).
However, it is common belief among foreigners that North Korea
operates under a totalitarian Stalinist dictatorship.
North Korea was a Communist famil…
China would prefer a nuclear-weapon-free Korean peninsula. However,
China is North Korea's foremost foreign ally, so it is often
unwilling to join the US and other nations in boycotting or
sanctioning North Korean unwillingness to forego nuclear weapons.
Winters are bitterly cold and long(-10degrees F-30degrees F) summers are hot and humid...Spring is nice but fall is crisp and cool. Northern parts are like a mountainy Minnesota. Southern parts like Nebraska
A better question is..."why do North Koreans love tyranny?".
Canadians eat a variety of foods, many of them similar to the Americans. Such staples as bread (white, whole wheat, rye, etc.), milk, cereals, eggs, cheese, poultry, beef, pork, fish, seafood, fruits - especially apples, bananas, oranges, pears, grapes, tomatoes - and vegetables - such as potatoes, …
Korea has a temperate climate, with hot summers and cold winters. compared to the south, north Korea has harsher winters, with heavy snows and bitter winds.Korea experiences a climate which allows for four distinct seasons
of the year. The hottest months are in the summer, and the coldest
in the win…
Realistically speaking, it's a relatively banal form of absolute (or totalitarian) dictatorship.
North Korea: Land area and Natural Resources is bigger then South Korea.
South Korea: Population and Economy is alot bigger then North Korea.
Both Korea's even out in the end. If you combine or unite Korean peninsula into one state. It would be alot better and bigger for all Koreans Economically, …
it rains rice pretty often thats why they eat it so much
It called for the defense of South Korea and the restoration of the boundary between North and South Korea. The UN Security Council passed Resolution 82 on June 25, 1950, calling on North Korea to cease its invasion and withdraw its forces from South Korea (the Republic of Korea). After this was ig…
He is the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (also known as North Korea). He is the Chairman of the National Defense Commission, Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army, and General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea (the ruling party since 1948). He succeeded hi…
The Juche philosophy was founded by Kim Il Sing and differs from the 'Juche' as propounded by Huwang Jang yop that is based on communist ideology. 'Juche' is based on the natural human will for self-reliance, or self-sufficiency as an individual that collectively compose a state or a nation. It devi…
To unite all of Korea under the communist Pyongyang government.
Not quite, With North Korea straddled between China and the Soviet Union, Kim-Il-Sung often took a middle road between aligning himself with Marxist-Leninism or Maoism and over time North Korea has actually departed from both forms of mainstream Communism. Before 1953, North Korea was heavily influe…
All trash must go out in approved purchased bags. (US grocery bags). Hauling major trash is so expensive that people pay major penalties if they leave furniture in the house they are selling. I believe the trash still currently goes in to landfill. However converting landfill in to usable land has…
The companies from Korea are samsung, LG, Hyndai and etc. They are known for their technology. Also, a very famous Korean dish is kimchi.and, the top group from Korea and a lot of Asia is TVXQ or dbsk, a group of 5 boys/men that are singers. They are young with ages from 18 to 21.
N-O, South Korea is Democratic, and was supported by the US. North Korea, however, IS Communist, and was supported by Russia and China
Hanbok (South Korea) or Joseon-ot (North Korea) is the traditional
Korean dress. It is often characterized by vibrant colors and
simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means
"Korean clothing", hanbok today often refers specifically to
clothing of the
Joseon period and is worn as …
Yes. The entire Korean Peninsula and all islands or island chains
under either North or South Korean control are north of the
Equator. (They are also north of the Tropic of Cancer.)
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they saw the opportunity and took it
The current leader of North Korea is a despotic dictator called
Kim Jong Un.
North Korea is communist, South Korea is democratic.
Which means South Korea is not a communist.^0^
North Korea is a one-party, socialist, and dictatorial state. The
official political ideology of North Korea is called Juche, a
combination of Marxist-Leninist principles and
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The Korean currency is known as the won. The won itself is also divided into jeon, but this term isn't regularly used.
South Korea uses the "won"
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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (sometimes abbreviated to
DPRK) is an Asian democracy (although, in reality it is a
dictatorship). The name of the country in Korean is 조선민주주의인민공화국
and usually informally referred as North Korea. It is located North
of the Republic o…
well i don't know but 1 dollar in the U.S is 1000 in Korea. so like if u earn 100 dollars u earn 100000 in Korea, well if $1 is 100000 in korea then 100000 would equal 1000000,
Juche is a Korean word which can be translated as "subject" or as "spirit of self reliance". It is the name given to the Communist ideology of North Korea.
the soviet union
So. Korea's currency is won.
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Korea's area is about the same size as the state of Utah.
June 25, 1950
A.M. very early in the morning
In South Korea, Seoul is the capital city. In North Korea, Pyongyang is the capital city.
what are you talking about? I think you're confusing north Korea with south Korea. north Korean people are poor and hungry. south Korea is one of top 5% economic superpowers in the world.
It is seoul
South Korea's closest ally is the United States, but it maintains a
good working relationship with other Western States (Europe,
Canada, and Australia), China, and Japan. (However, relations with
China are difficult because of North Korea and relations with Japan
are difficult because of the Japanes…
the musical instrument is the kayagum,
North Korea is a dictator led Communist State. South Korea is Republic with a vibrant economy and a strong Capitalistic structure. The two concepts are incompatible.
Yes, South Korea is democratic.
Almost same as they treated men........
Not discovered South Korea. North and South Korea were united before. The first President of South Korea is Syngman Rhee.
China helped the North Koreans and the NATO helped the South Koreans. So your answer is basically China :)
Korean landforms include rivers, mountains, hills and plains. For more details on Korean landforms, see the related link.
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Kim Jong Un is currently the pred.
Yes it is.
South Korea's unit of currency is South Korean won (KRW.) It used
to be sub-divided into 100 jeon, but jeon is no longer used. North
Korea's unit of currency is North Korean won (KPW.) It is
sub-divided into 100 chŏn. The currencies are NOT interchangeable.
south Korea divorce what
SEOUL - the capitalBUSAN
Their Leader is Kim Jong Il. He is called by the people, the "Great Leader" and the "Dear Leader". He is he son of Kim Il Sung. Since they are cut off from Internet and all other outside information, they believe him to be the most innocent person in their country. He has blinded them from the truth…
The communist Kim Il-sung governed North Korea at that time.
People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) -ItselfSoviet Union (Russia)People's Republic of China (China)
Korea as a unified state currently does not exist.
In South Korea in 2014 it is Park Geun-Hye. (Ms.
Park is South Korea's first female president and the daughter of
former President (and strongman) Park Chung-Hee who led South Korea
In North Korea, Kim Il-Sung is considered the …
48,607,000 people lived in Korea in 2008.
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south Korea became a country on august,15, 1948
Because they both have the same culture.
It is the "DMZ", or de-militarized zone, is the heavily guarded border that separates North and South Korea.The 38th parallel is the line that separates North and South korea.
the language is Korean, but it is a different dialect than what is
used in Seoul, South Korea. Korea uses several different dialects -
Busan and Seoul use different dialects and so does North Korea.Korean