The Kim regime. The government does not care about its people.
There are 48,379,392 people living in South Korea and there are 23,906,000 people living in North Korea....... There are 772,853,92 people living in Korean Peninsula...
No, Cuz South Korea is living under daily threats by North Korea and I dnt think that the South Korea Wants To Reunite (: Have A Good Day . . . .
they have money
Well if your talking about North Korea which i think you are every person has an equal paycheck and lives in almost the same types of living conditions whether its a doctor or street worker (Communism which stands for common equalism. But the people in South and North Korea have almost the same types of jobs as America does.
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.
i am not sure i don't live in korea
The "president" of North Korea is Kim Il-sung, who has been dead for twenty years. After his death, he was named "eternal president". The living leader of North Korea is Kim Jong-un, whose title is "First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea".
Because South Korea is more advanced and has a higher standard of living.
Countries such as Chad and North Korea.
North Korea- Pyonyang and Rason South Korea- Seoul, Incheon, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Daejun, and Ulsan. All of these cities in South Korea have at the least 1,000,000 people living within their city limits.
There are currently two states that inhabit the Korean peninsula, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). The DPRK/North Korea labels itself as a communist state. However, this label is inaccurate due to the fact that North Korea functions under a totalitarian dictator and that even the common people are not equal in terms of finance and living conditions. Because of this, North Korea barely even resembles… Read More
North Korea had a very high living standard, higher than the south until the 1980s. However since the economic collapse, unprecedented natural disasters, mismanagement, and famine in the 1990s and early 21st century North Korea's living standard has dwindled from its one high position to 99th in the world equivalent to that of Jamaica.
South Korea South Korea has a far stronger economy and South Korea is a first-world country. In 2012, South Korea had a GDP of $1.62 trillion USD compared to North Korea at $40 million USD. This means that the South Korean economy produces over 40 times what the North Korean economy produces. South Korea also has a GDP growth rate that is consistently at least 1 percentage point higher than North Korea. This is basically… Read More
Peru has the 78th highest standard of living in the world. It is comparable with that of Kazakhstan, Thailand, and North Korea.
There is nothing good about living in Noeth Korea they are a poor community and only the goverment and army have any money so it has terrible living condition for anyone wgo is not apart of the goverment or the army.
They earn theirliving by workin hard jobs
North Korea didn't collapse because they still have a strong army. When the Korean War had started, North Korea with the help of China had a lot of weapons. However, the fighting had stopped. NOT the war. They aren't fighting, but it's cold. North Korea shows off about their strength. Every year they have marches with soldiers and men. But now, South Korea is attracting many tourists and South Korea is a rich and well… Read More
Kil-su Chang has written: 'Out of North Korea' -- subject(s): Human rights, Korea (North), Boys, Biography, Social conditions, Refugees, Pictorial works, Children's drawings
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 attacked South Korea.
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.
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.
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea South Korea
North Korea is located north of South Korea in East Asia.
The Korean War would have to be the biggest change. North Korea changed towards totalitarian socialism and South Korea turned to democratic capitalism. Living in the north is to live in poverty, while living in the south is to live in excess. There can be no bigger contrast or change than that.
Yes North Korea did Invade Sout Korea
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
Maybe North But South Korea Is Too I Think North Korea
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yes in north korea
North Korea.... -_-
Korea, both North Korea and South Korea, are a part of Asia.
North Korea on the north. The other sides are ocean. North Korea borders China and Russia in the north.
North Dakota, it has roughly 23,000 people because of the living conditions
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
North Korea wants to reunify Korea as a communist state.
DPR=Democratic Peoples Republic=NORTH Korea
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 in the Eastern Hemisphere. North Korea is in the Northern Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere.
North Korea is located in North Asia
the north was angered by the conditions the book was saying the salves were living
North Korea doesn't have a living president; it has a supreme leader. In 2010, this was Kim Jong-il, who was later succeeded by his son, Kim Jong-un at the end of 2011. Jong-Il's father Kim Il-sung, is considered to be North Korea's "eternal president".
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
There are none. North Korea borders China, Russia, and South Korea. South Korea only shares a border with North Korea.
No people are not allowed to leave North Korea, they can escape to South Korea, but risk being shot, or if caught trying to escape North Korea they can get heavy punishment, so the only way to get out of North Korea if your North Korean is to escape out of North Korea secretly, and go to South Korea, via another country that can give you asylum.
They are at odds because, North Korea is communist and South Korea isn't .
North Korea invaded South Korea on June 24, 1950.
Hilagang Korea is the Filipino name for North Korea. The capital of North Korea is Pyongyang.
North Korea is in Asia