Yes, and No. South, and North Korea always tries to be in a good relationship. Often, the president of South Korea goes to visit North Korea to have a meeting, and to keep a good relationship with each other. After all, we used to be an one happy country before the war. South Korea sends many supplies to orth Korea to help them out.
North Korea is Communist; South Korea is Democratic.
The major political party in North Korea is The Supreme Peoples Assembly.
Tensions have remained high between North and South Korea because North Korea is a failed state. Communism is organized along military lines. The President of North Korea must have an enemy in order to convince his people to live with their privations. His people live like army privates. Normal people do not. He does not know how to change the situation if he wants to. He needs an enemy in order to remain in power.
South Korea is acapitalist democracy and North Korea is acommunist dictatorship.
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
No. There are still social and political issues between north Korea and south Korea(and pretty much the rest of the world too)
South Korea's political system is democracy and it is a good country like Japan except for that North Korea is near South Korea and North Korea has nuclear bomb.
How did the conflict between the North Korea and South K orea start?
Because there was a war between North and South Korea
Korea is not one, but two countries (North and South, North being the U.S. opposed communist regime), and yes, both of them have a military. However, there is a de-militarised zone between the two countries, to avoid tensions sparkign war once again.
There is no sea between North and South Korea. The border between the two is on land.
North Korea is a dictatorship and South Korea is a capitalist country.
Who worked out to reduce tensions between the north and south over the admission of new states?
The Worker's Party is the only political party in North Korea, ruled by Kim Jong-il in a very strict interpretation of Communism.
The border between North and Soth Korea is called the Demilitarized Zone
There are 123.852 miles between Seoul, South Korea and Pyongyang, North Korea.
i think the war between North Korea and SOUTH Korea is only Korean War. it happend in 1950, it end in 1953
North Korea, Thailand, Chinna.
Yes, North Korea and South Korea are two different countries.
It increased tensions further between the North and the South
it further increased tensions between the North and the south
Communist NORTH Korea tried to take over (conquer) South Korea.
In between North Korea and China is the Yalu River. Hope this answer serves you well!
Boundary dispute between north and south korea