Is south Korea a non tropical country?
South Korea is not tropical. It exists in a temperate climate zone similar to the United States.
South Korea is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as a non-nuclear weapons state. Its safeguards agreement under the NPT came into force in 1975 and it has signed the Additional Protocol in relation to this. (source: http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/Country-Profiles/Countries-O-S/South-Korea/#.UUh09hzHF2A)
Before the war even occured, North Korea was (and still is) a communist country. The war basically happened because of the argument over is Korea should be a communist or non-communist country. So when the war began, China and USSR wanted to keep Korea a communist country, therefore, sided North Korea. The USA sided South Korea. No one won the Korean War so that's why Korea is currently divided into communist (North Korea) and non-communist…
The US has a much larger land area, population, and GDP. The US is located in North America while South Korea is located in Asia. The US is predominately Caucasian and Christian while South Korea is predominately Asian and Non-religous (although Christian is the largest religious denomination). The US is much more powerful than South Korea, as it is the most powerful country. Americans have a larger income than South Koreans.