Did South Korea get independence in 1946?
No. North Korea and South Korea were united until 1948. After then Korea was split in to these two parts.
The Independence Day of South Korea is celebrated on August 15.
South Korea Got its Independence on: -August 13, 1948
Workers Party of South Korea was created on 1946-11-23.
North Korea gained its independence on Oct 3 1945 South Korea was founded on August 15, 1948.
SouthKorea gained independence on 15 august 1947 along with India so, India and South Korea celebrate independence day on the same day. JAI HIND!
1946 after WW II
15th of august
I know that you would be surprised, but southern Korea celebrates it's independence on 15th August, that is with India!
to protect the Independence of South Korea.
August 15, 1945
south korea became an independent country in 1953
Two separate states formed when Korea gained independence from Japan, with Communist North Korea and Capitalist South Korea
The independence of South Korea is celebrated on August 15th. However, the actual independence was on August 13th, 1948.
was to stop the communist north from taking over all of Korea.
Korea is divided into 2 sections. north Korea and south Korea. they speak the same language, Korean, and they have the same ancestors. it was divided after their independence from japan. north Koreans are communists and south Korea's political view is democracy.
India and south Korea celebrates independence day on 15 of August.
India, Korea North, Korea South, Democratic Republic of Congo and Bahrain.
South Korea does not have a South Korean Day Here is a list of observed days in South Korea. *** Observed Days *** ----------------------------------------------------------- Country Event 2011 ----------------------------------------------------------- South Korea New Year's Day Sat, Jan 1 South Korea Independence Movement Day Tue, Mar 1 South Korea Arbor Day Tue, Apr 5 South Korea Labour Day Sun, May 1 South Korea Children's Day Thu, May 5 South Korea Parents' Day Sun, May 8 South Korea Memorial… Read More
It didn't. North and South Korea both declared independence in 1948. Neither country seceded from the other, but the country was divided into two distinct occupation zones by the US and Soviets in 1945.
August 13th, 1948 but it is officially celebrated on August 15th
South Korea along with India
Liberation day (independence from Japan) August 15, 1945
Korea gained independence from Japan, in 1945
North Korea is not a country from the perspective of South Korea. It was officially recognized as a country when it entered the United Nations in 1992 along with the South. Japan still do not officially admit as a nation because it regards South Korea as the legitimate representative of Korean Peninsula.
South Korea is the other country which celebrates Independence Day on 15th August besides India.
There are two parts of this question. The first is why the term "Republic" is involved in the title and the second is why the word "South" is not in the title. "Republic" is part of the name since South Korea has a republican form of government, with a legislature and presidency. During the Cold War, it was an authoritarian republic, but since 1987, it has been a true democracy. "South" is a laymen's way… Read More
Independence Hall of Korea was created on 1987-08-17.
Seoul is the capital of South Korea. Korea ... South Korea to be exact. South Korea.
This is August 15. This is the day when Korea became free from Japanese colonial rule in 1945. Three years later, the Republic of Korea formed and Rhee Seung Man was sworn as first president of The Republic of Korea.
no, about that question, there was war that cause by N. Korea, but not by South. South Korea wanting to get more peace between north and South Korea.
Not discovered South Korea. North and South Korea were united before. The first President of South Korea is Syngman Rhee.
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea South Korea
south korea only
North Korea: Take over all of South Korea South Korea: Defend South Korea north korea wanted to take over korea under communist rule, because north korea was stronger and richer than south korea at that time because of soviet back up. they say they wanted to make the south rich together with them, but it was to spread communism and take over south korea, and the north became reckless because of soviet backup. the objective… Read More
North Korea is communist, South Korea is democratic. Which means South Korea is not a communist.^0^
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
South Korea is better. I think it is because North Korea is poor and South Korea isn't poor.
South Korea is a peninsula, so only the sea borders Korea to the south.
Jordan 1946,India, Pakistan 1947 Burma, North & South Korea 1948.
South Africa played key rolls in WW1 WW2 and even Korea. The latest war it had was the South African Border War or the Namibian Independence war
No, South Korea is not in the Middle East but South Korea is in East Asia.
There are no moose in south korea. There are asian black bears in south korea.
Yes, South Korea is stronger and more powerful than North Korea. North Korea is bigger than South Korea doesn't mean that South Korea is weaker than North Korea. North Korea= Bigger than South Korea but South Korea has a lot more military manpower than North Korea. North Korea has more space than South Korea but South Korea have more very well trained soldiers, stronger military than North Korea, more advanced tactical nuclear weapons than North… Read More
no south Korea is not a dictatorship but north Korea is.
South Korea has a border with North Korea.
Korea, both North Korea and South Korea, are a part of Asia.
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
South Korea has two holidays that might qualify. On March 1, South Koreans celebrate what they call "Independence Day" which commemorates the March 1st Movement in 1919. On March 1 of this year, 33 Korean nationalists and students declared their nation's independence in Seoul. It started a nation-wide civil protest and was a catalyst for the establishment of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea (April 13, 1919). On August 15, South Koreans celebrate… Read More
Americans Like South Koreans. So we will simply get involved. we already have American Troops in South Korea trying to prevent North Korea from Attacking south Korea. Im guessing if N Korea tries attacking South Korea.. Then America and south Korea Will fight the North Koreans. North Korea Mainly Hates South Koreans. Meaning South Korea can be attacked at any moment.