Why did North Korea and South Korea divide into two different countries?

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It all started after WWII when Russia and the US chose what to do with Korea. They divided it by the 38th parallel, North going to Soviet Russia (communist) and South going to the US (democracy). This led to the division of the country and government.
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How North Korea and South Korea different?

One BIG thing is that North Korea has a dictator, someone wwho forces things, and South Korea has more freedoms and has a President.. Mainly, South Korea has more freedom tha

What country split Korea into North Korea and South Korea?

The country was split by the United Nations after WWII (mainly by the Soviet Union and the United States). It was held by Japan during WWII and after the UN split the country

Why are North Korea and South Korea divided?

because of the war in Korea they called that the war is 6.25 war that day( June twenty fiveth )the war is began and they feel painful because of the war north Korea

What divides north and south Korea?

The division of Korea into South Korea and North Korea was the result of the 1945 Allied victory in World War II ending the Empire of Japan's 35 years colonial rule of Korea b

How are north Korea and south Korea different?

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Is North Korea and South Korea two separate countries?

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 Peni