How do governments of north Korea and south Korea differ?
South Korea is a modern democracy and North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
North Korea is a dynastic communist dictatorship and South Korea is an elected liberal democracy.
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It is because Korea has THE LINE that line is not to be cross unless South and North Korea wants to reunite. Since the governor can't go two places at once, they have to have different governments. P.S. I used to live in Korea but now I live at Australia
South Korea, or the Republic of Korea, has a democratic government. North Korea, or Democratic People's Republic of Korea, ironically isn't a democratic state but it has a communist government. Hope this helps :)
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South Korean system is similar to that of the US. North Korean system is similar to that of Hussein's Iraq.
The government of North Korea is mostly closed to the outside world. This makes for a pretty stagnant economy. The government of South Korea is more open, and has a more vibrant economy.
Became the president of South Korea in 1948 when North and South Korea set up their own governments?
Seung Man Lee (이승만) was president at that time. He is also the first president of Korea.
South Koreans are taught in school that there is only one country called Korea, and they always hope for reunion; however, this cannot happen until the siutation in the North is resolved. North Korea has no intention of uniting with the South. No, the South refuses to rejoin; it is run by democracy where the North is run by a form of autocratic communism, and so the governments cannot agree.
After divided by The USA and USSR both North and South Korean governments were established in 1948.
North Korea focus on haing a strong military to become the most powerful and eat up all the other countries whereas South Korea believe that it is about being generous, having friendships with other countries and teamwork to be the most powerful.
Asia is made of 49 countries. They have different types of governments. China, Vietnam, Laos, and North Korea have communist governments, Japan, and Bahrain have monarchs, Armenia, South Korea, and Afghanistan have republics and there are many other types of governments.
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea 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
North Korea is communist, and South Korea is democratic. The Korean War had ended in a stalemate (when neither side gets a victory) so they remained split apart, and with different governments.
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like North America.
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
United Nations-supervised election held in the south in 1948, which led to the creation of separate Korean governments ...
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No, there is no known war between the North Korea and south Korea, but that can change North Korea may attack the south, but South Korea is way ahead against North Korea in military technology, weapons etc.
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
North Korea-Pyongyang South Korea-Seoul
North Korea is communist South Korea is capitalist
South Korea is capitalist, north is communist.
There are none. North Korea borders China, Russia, and South Korea. South Korea only shares a border with North Korea.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
Korea, both North Korea and South Korea, are a part of Asia.
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
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.
correct spelling: SEOUL and it's the capital of south Korea. capital of north Korea is Pyongyang south korea capital of north korea is Pyongyang
North Korea is a country that is ruled by dictatorship, and it also happens to be a communist state. South Korea, on the other hand, is a democracy with capitalist values. They differ in many ways. South Korea can be lived in by almost anyone (I lived there) whereas North Korea has closed it's borders to foreigners and even South Koreans! I generally found South Korea and the Capital - Seoul - where I lived… Read More
North and South Korea didn't agree in the same governing plan. South Korea tried to cooperate with North America but North America refused and they split. Now, North Korea plans to attack South Korea and make it into one government for themselves.
South Korea is better. I think it is because North Korea is poor and South Korea isn't poor.
They are at odds because, North Korea is communist and South Korea isn't .
North Korea invaded South Korea on June 24, 1950.
No. In the 1990s 2 million North Koreans died of starvation. The present situation may dwarf those numbers as 6.5 million people face food shortages and starvation. North Korea is actively engaged in talks with the United States which may result in food aid. South Korea halted aid as it is waiting for North Korea to ask for it. South Korea has a new conservative government that is critical of North Korea, so the poor… Read More
In South Korea some people believe the Buddhism, Christian In Northern Korea Marxist Communism is promulgated under the name of Juche (self realization). In many ways and by many commentators Juche is regarded as a religion.
China and Russia border North Korea to the north while South Korea borders North Korea to the south. Russia's border with North Korea is on the far north east tip and is very small. China's border with North Korea is the largest of the North Korean borders.
The Soviet Union helped North Korea and America helped South Korea. In1950,6,25 North Korea invade the south and did the war. At 1953 North and South did suspension. It is why Korea divided.
Cameroon sides with South Korea in the North and South Korea conflict.
South Korea did not invade North Korea. North Korea invaded South Korea. The reason why North Korea invaded South Korea is because they both had different opinions. North Korea thinks that being a democratic country is fair however South Korea thinks that republic is more equal. Both presidents disagreed each other. But the point is, the North Koreans were scared to get pulled by South Koreans' opinions, so they always attacked and the South Koreans… Read More
North Korea and South Korea are divided nearly in half (although South Korea is bigger). The dividing line between North Korea and South Korea is a bit north of Sokcho, a beach town in South Korea (about 4-5 hours drive from Yoido, an island in Seoul) In Sokcho, you can see soldiers and military camps. Past the mountains is North Korea. If you ever go to South Korea and want to see North Korea, you… Read More
It's in Asia, right below North Korea. North Korea and South Korea is separated because of a war that happened long ago. There still are many families that are separated from each other. <- North Korea and South Korea <- South Korea
Like in Vietnam, North and South had different opinion about government. North Korea is currently a communist country and South Korea is currently a democracy.
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.
because south korea doesn't eat dogs and north korea have them as wifes!
No, South Korea is more populated than North Korea.
NO. Only North Korea is. South Korea is capitalist.
North Korea is a dictatorship and South Korea is a capitalist country.