Korean were from Chinese but Japanese are mixed of other migration.
Question: Is the Korean language more similar to Japanese or Chinese? Answer: Well Korean sounds like Japanese at times, however i think the language maybe more like Chinese but not necceserily the sound of it.
There Is Mirotic, (Korean, Japanese, and Chinese) Doushite (Japanese), Wrong Number (Korean), Purple Line (Japanese)
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Chinese, Japanese and Korean all use Chinese characters for words, but each of these languages use them a bit differently. All three of these languages also can use Arabic numerals or Chinese characters to write numbers. Korean and Japanese languages share many commonalities in grammar and structure. Although Korean and Japanese use a lot of Chinese characters in writing, these two languages are drastically different from Chinese.
mostly the Chinese, Japanese and the Korean people
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Japanese culture was blended with Chinese and Korean culture. Chinese adopted budhism from India which was later spread to Japan. Korean influence can be seen in Japanese paintings and architecture.
Korea was a country settled by Chinese and part of China from beginning, so most of Korean culture were not different than mainland Chinese culture. Chinese culture also spread to Japan through Korea.