Did North Korean people struggle for clothing?
well south korean people wear western style clothing so its proberly the same with north plus my sister that came back from korea said they only wear traditional cloths on special occasions like b-days.
The Korean War
1,187,682-1,545,822 people died in the North Korean province
The Korean spoken in North and South Korean is pretty much the same, but the Korean spoken in North Korea has several differences. The basic Korean word for friend is 친구. In North Korea, people sometimes call their friends "comrade," which is 동무 or 동지.
i dont know but i think they buy it. dont know id its true
South Koreans wear about the same clothes as Americans do while North Koreans wear more modest clothes that would be worn during hard labor.
Between active, paramilitary and reserve troops, there are about 9,495,000 people in the North Korean military.
Obviously, in Korea. But there is a North Korean and South Korea, though.
An estimate of 10 million.
They use the North Korean Won.
The North Korean economy is based on the sale of manufactured goods to the country of China. The North Korean economy also functions on the consumption of its own people.
Yes, but only North Korean tv.
North Korean population (2009 est.) : 23,906,000 South Korean population (2009 est.) : 48,379,392 South Korea has more than twice as many people as North Korea.
An estimated 9.5 million people are either active or in the reserves of the North Korean army. The country has the largest military in the world.
Korean cuisine is largely based on rice, noodles, tofu, vegetables, and meats.
north and the south
The Korean War began in 1950, when North Korean soldiers attacked South Korea. Nearly 5 million people died at the end of the conflict.
Korean War 2 is " WORLD WAR III". North Korea won't go down easily without pulling down China, USA, Russia, Japan, and South Korea. North Korean government is crazy but they are not stupid. So War is not option but it will be suicidal action for all countries surround Korean Peninsua including USA ( Hawaii, Alaska, Guam). Korean Unification will happen probably alot sooner then South Korean government expect. North Korean government cannot be isolate… Read More
with a strict army (dick-tatorship) and they feed the north korean people the wrong info they control internet and contols what they learn
mourn yet the people are forced to mourn him
The people of Puerto Rico wear the same kinds of clothing as people throughout North America and Europe, except, of course, that they do not need or use winter clothing.
He responded by pursuing the creation of an international coalition to help secure the freedom and independence of the South Korean people from North Korean aggression.
Worldwide, there are about 80 million people who speak Korean. The population of South Korea is 50 million and the population of North Korea is 24. 76 million.
South Korea-Syngman Rhee.(I am South Korea People) North Korea-Il Sung Kim.
The North Korean Army invaded the South on June 25, 1950
The country has rights. The people have fewer then some other countries.
An armistice was signed in 1953. North and South Korea remain divided to this day. The UN maintains an peace keeping force in South Korea, mainly filled by USA military personnel. South Korea is a prosperous democracy. North Korea is a dictatorship run by a thug, whose only claim for being in control is that he is the son of the previous tyrant of North Korea. North Korean people starve, while the North Korea government… Read More
The main religion in North Korea is Buddhism and Confucianism which is followed by more than a billion people in the world.
The South Korean economy is about 20 times larger than the North Korean economy.
North Korean troops crossed in South Korea on June 25 1950 which started the Korean War...
Yes, In alaska. The people of the north rely on wildlife for food, clothing and shelter.
North Korea/Red China vs US/UN.
The duration of North Korean Guys is 1.62 hours.
combat experience for north korean troops
Pyongyang, North Korea
a US sea invasion at Inchon north of Pusan. North Korean troops had to fight their way back north, thus releaving North Korean military pressure on Pusan
Whether or not the North Korean people support the Kim Dynasty is hotly debated by experts on North Korea. The North Korean government uses incredibly high levels of propaganda and totalitarian repression over the people and most North Korean citizens will say that they do support the Kim Dynasty. However, the debate comes from whether or not (1) North Koreans are genuinely brainwashed into believing the propaganda or (2) North Koreans oppose the Kim Dynasty… Read More
North Korea is not the only country that uses propaganda. Every country in the world does; it is just much harder to recognize propaganda in your own country. We notice North Korean propaganda because it is more ridiculous and overstated than most countries' propaganda. The reason North Korea uses propaganda is to create a society less willing to revolt against the North Korean government. Currently, the North Korean government starves many of its own people… Read More
The North Korean people are not allowed to leave the country because North Korea is a dictatorship. The government exercises total rule over it's people. There are harsh punishments for anyone who tries to leave the country.
The aim of North Korea in 1950 was to re-unite North and South by force, and put the people of South Korea under the government of North Korea.
Kim Jong Un is the leader of North Korea. (Presidents are elected by the people... the North Korean people did not choose their leader so he is not called a president. He is called Supreme Leader). He wants to control all the information that the North Korean people have access to and wants to limit the information the rest of the world has about his country. So journalists are not allowed to report anything that… Read More
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 semi-formal or formal wear during traditional festivals and celebrations.
There are 48,379,392 people living in South Korea and there are 23,906,000 people living in North Korea....... There are 772,853,92 people living in Korean Peninsula...
They cross the North Korean-Chinese border and try to escape to free countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Nepal, South Korea, and Mongolia. All of these countries protect North Korean refugees.
The people of South Korea identify themselves as Koreans or ROK (Republic of Korea). In common-parlance they will use the term "South Korean", but only to clarify that they are not from North Korea, not as a general identifier. The Korean term for "Korean person" is Hangkuk-een (한국인).
i think is because all chinese people look a like
because north Korea coaxed them.