Is North Korea a country in Korea?

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Korean Peninsula and Manchuria ( Kando Region) were all part of Korean Territory.
Before 60 years ago Korean Peninsula were one nation. After Korean War have left North /South Korea separated. At present North Korea population of 24 million is separated independent nation.
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