Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea
Is there a difference between south Korea and Korea?
North Korea is a country which experiences economic problems and mass starvation, while South Korea is a country whose citizens are happy, and its economy is slowly but surely thriving. North Korea is led by the supreme leader Kim Jong-Il, while South Korea has a democratic, semi-presidential republic, led by the president and a prime minister. North Korea is a communist dictatorship while South Korea is a democracy country. ...
Which southeast Asian country is divided into a North and a South?
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea South Korea ...
Asked in Korean War, South Korea
In the Korean war what were the objectives of north Korea and south Korea?
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 of south korea was obviously defend south korea. ...