Is Korea still split between north and south?
Yes, North Korea and South Korea are two different countries.
Yes there is still a North and South Korea.
North Korea is Communist; South Korea is Democratic.
because north korea belived in communism and the south beleived in capitalism
After the north and south Korean war.
Korea. North Korea is communist and South Korea is democratic.
well there once was a counrty called Korea north Korea didnt like south Korea so they split up
they might have to but wouldnt want to
north was communist south was capitalist and north attacked the south
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.
Korea was split between the soviet union (north) and the united states (south). and Korea went into war
No. North Korea and South Korea were united until 1948. After then Korea was split in to these two parts.
Both countries contain Korean people. The split between North and South after the war divided families. But other than that, not much.
Korea was split into North and South Korea after World War 2 in 1945. Now North Korea is a communist country ruled by Kim Jong Un and South Korea is a free republic lead by President Park Geun-hye.
The country was split by the United Nations after WWII (mainly by the Soviet Union and the United States). It was held by Japan during WWII and after the UN split the country into two. The north being held by Soviet troops and south By US troops. By 1948 nether country could agree on how to make it one country and in the end the north turned to communism and the south to a more… Read More
Korea was splited in 1948; at that time it was split into South Korea and North Korea. Resulting in the korean war to this very day... their technically still against each other.
North Korea is totalitarian Communist and religion is forbidden there- it is officially atheist. South Korea is evenly split between Christianity and Bhuddism, with some Korean Shamanism on the rise as well.
no north and south
The capital was Seoul - which is the capital of South Korea today. As you might know, N.Korea's capital now is PyeongYang
Korea was split at the 38th parallel and North Korea was occupied by Russia and South Korea was occupied by the U.S.
Korea split into 2 states because Japan enslaved Koreans. North went to Soviets and South went to US. South Korea went toward democracy, as North Korea stayed as a dictatorship. Also, North Korea isn't even able to feed its population.
South Korea is a country because at one point both North and South Korea were once Korea. The Korean war (1950-1953) resulted in the split. They both signed a treaty but they have major defences set up at the border. It is nearly impossible to escape from North to South (South- North) Korea. Out of what I know only one person has managed to escape to South Korea, a few has escaped from North Korea… Read More
Korea was split into North and South after the Korean War, the North having a Communist government and the South a democratic government. This was done after the signing of the armistice (not to be confused with a peace treaty which has never been signed...therefore the two countries are still technically at war) to stop the fighting.. so, basically it was cuz they had a war.
I know this isn't much but they split because North Korea was beingruled by Communist and they invaded South Korea. They signed a paper saying they would cease fire but NEVER signed a peace treaty.
They all were separated into two separate parts. Korea(North- South) Vietnam(North-South) Germany(East-West) OR A+ - They have all been divided by communism All three have been split into two countries in their history. Germany has been reunited, as has Vietnam, but Korea is still split.
North Korea is currently communist, and has been communist since WWII. It is split from South Korea along the 38th parallel. All of North Korea is Communist. Maybe not the civilians and/or other people living in North Korea, but definitely the government.
They split because the North was Communist and the South was democratic. Korea was split into North and South after the Korean War,the North having a Communist government and South democratic government.This was done after the signing of armistice(not to be confused with a peace treaty which has never been signed...therefore the two countries are technically at war)to stop the fighting.
The Korean war split the country into two separate nations. North Korea is a communist country run by a dictator. South Korea is a democratic republic. It is split in two by the 38th parallel.
The Korean War was mainly fought on the entire Korean Peninsula. From Pusan in South Korea to the Yalu River in North Korea.(The border between North Korea and China.) Also around the 38th parallel which was where the country was split after the north had invaded the south. The desperate battles got gruesome nick-names such as Pork Chop Hill, T-Bone Hill, and heartbreak Ridge.
The really short answer is: North Korea invaded South Korea. The slightly longer answer is: After World War II, Korea was split into half- North Korea, controlled by the Soviet Union, and South Korea, controlled by the USA. North Korea wound up with a Communist dictatorship controlled by Kim Il-Sung; South Korea wound up with a right-wing dictatorship controlled by Syngman Rhee; neither of them were particularly nice leaders. Both of them wanted to control… Read More
After Korea became independent after Japan in 1945, Korea didn't have unified government. US military controlled South and USSR controlled North.
After World War II, the U.S. and Britain set up a pro-West side in South Korea and the Soviet Union set up communism in the North. The 38th parallel divides the North and the South. The failure to hold free elections in 1948 led to deeper divisions between the North and South. At the Potsdam conference, the Allies decided to split up Korea (without telling them). The Korean War began when North Korea invaded South… Read More
No, North is communist whereas south is democratic
North Korea is communist while South Korea is not Communism means that if everyone got money, that money is split into equal pieces for all the people. Since they noticed they can make money without working, almost no one worked, and got little money.
In 1950 the Korea Peninsula was divided between a Soviet-backed government in the north and an American-backed government in the south. The division of Korea into two halves had come at the end of World War II. In August of 1945 the Soviet Union invaded Korea, which had been under Japan's control since 1910.
[ee-seung-maan] was the leader of South Korea during that time.. His name is "Syngman Rhee." If you type this name in National Archives, you can find some materials about him, because he studied in US.
The US controlled the southern part of Korea while the norther part was controlled by the Soviet Union. The country split on the 38th parallel and the north is communist the south is non communist.
Korea created its present day boundaries during the Kingdom of Joseon (1392-1897). However, Korea is currently split into North and South Korea, and many do not even refer to it as a country anymore.
Yes... sort of. 1. Chosen was called Korea in the west anyways. 2. Chosen has been split in north/south so it is not equivalent.
Because Vietnam had already split into North and South Korea.
Well Korea used to be one country, but then after World War II, Korea was taken away from Japan and became independent. But they decided not to be on country and they split into two countries, hence North and South Korea. North Korea became a communist government with the help of the soviet Union and South Korea became a democratic government with the help of the United States.
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.
the south koreas neighbors are North Korea, since they are both Korea somehow they thought that they would split up because all of the confusion... south Korea is much more populated than north Korea so north Korea said to the master there that they have to have the lower half of Korea and they get the top half, get it ... or if you don't than just read the history on the history button at… Read More
Mainly the USA as when they occupied the South of the peninsula, the Soviet's invasion was halted and the Soviet Union and USA made an agreement to temporarily split the country a the 38th parallel. Thus, North and South Korea was born.
No: It's about a 50/50 split between the North and South.
A "disturbance between the North and South" refers to the American Civil War, in which the U.S. was split and the Union (North) and Confederate States of America (South) were pitted against eachother.
India's geographically divided into several parts..... as people convience they split into north & south
Korea!... mostly around the 38th parallel, which was where the country was split. That was after the North had invaded the South... and then the south took the North before fighting in the middle. The Korean War was limited to the Korean peninsula. the Chinese enter the war and russia too were helping north Korea. U.S. feared that expanding the war would lead to a bigger war, possibly the dreaded third world war. All s… Read More
North Korea came into existence after Korea was split into two halves, at the end of the Korean war.
It was called Gojoseon until 1897 when it became Korea. It was under Japanese rule from 1910 to 1945 and split into North and South Korea in 1948. No, Gojoseon was founded in 2333 BC and lasted until 108 BC. Then came the Proto-Three Kingdoms era, then the Three Kingdoms, then Unified Silla & Balhae, then was split into 3 again, then came GORYEO (where the present day English name Korea comes from), then Joseon… Read More
because at the end of the second world war Korea was in a situation similar to Germany. Russian force were in the north of Korea and American troops had landed in the south so Korea became divided in two at the 38th parallel.
After World War II, South Korea became its own distinct country when Korea was split into two, with North Korea taking the other half of the country. The Russians controlled the Northern half, while the US controlled the Southern half. With both sides claiming leadership over the whole country, war broke out. A cease-fire was called in 1953 and the country was split on the 38th parallel.