What is Korea's status today?
North and South Korea are still technically at war and are only observing a cease fire at the 38th paralell. The South has become a major industrial power, while the North Koreans are a closed society.
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The US's Status military wise is we have pulled back from the DMZ and let the South Koreans take over guarding it. We are also slowly pulling people out of S.K. and returning them to the states. It was planed that with in the next 5 years most of the US military will be south of Seoul. However with …recent tensions growing between N.K and S.K. we have started sending more troops back. ( Full Answer )
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Answer . Go to us passport web page and look under status of application. You will need to imput info and they will tell you if it processing. You should also call the number they have.
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Well, South or North Korea?. South Korea:. According to Wikipedia, the country's two prominent religions, as of 2005, were Christianity at 29.3% of the population, with Buddhism not far behind at 22.8%.. However, 46.5% of the population are quoted as having 'no religion'.. North Korea:. Accordi…ng to the government's statistics of 2000, Cheondoism is the largest religion, with 12.9% of the population. Korean Shamanism takes 12.3% of the share, with Christianity and Buddhism being the religions of just 2.1% and 1.5% of the population, respectively.. Again however, Athiesm is the main 'belief' or 'disbelief' at 71.2% of the country's demographic. ( Full Answer )
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I can tell you about the South Korean foods - most commonly heard of is "kimchi" which is the most essential side dish of any meal. Then there is kimbap (like sushi) and Bibimbap (mixed rice,vegetables,beef) samgyupsal (grilled pork strips) galbi (bbq beaf) for noodles there's cold no…odles (nengmyun) , the most common one (snack) is Ramyun or known as "Ramen" in North America and then there's Jajjangmyun (which is black bean paste noodles) there's also Korean pancakes (pajeon) it's made out of scallion and other vegetables. It's nothing like the regular pancakes, its salty but very very tasty! for soups, there is Kimchi Chigae which is a really spicy kimchi soup There's also dukkbokki which is a famous rice cake food (very spicy) and is usually sold on street vendors. These are only some of the most common foods. For more, you should search korean food recipes and I'm sure you'll find many more delicious foods! Rice/noodles, kim-chi (a fermented vegetable commonly made of types of cabbage but also made from many other vegetables and traditionally placed in a pot in the earth to ferment for some months, commonly over winter), and meat; in that order. Korean food is not known for its spice (at least amongst other east and south east asians) but westerners might disagree. My Korean colleagues always insist I not continue eating Korean side dishes after my rice bowl is empty as they explain that Korea's love affair with red pepper sauce ( cayenne ) makes most Korean food very spicy and should not be eaten without rice ( bland taste ) to dilute its spiceness and avoid stomach problems. chalmain ( Full Answer )
Since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, Vietnam has been, and continues to be, a united country ruled by a communist dictatorship. It is a member of the UN and it is at peace with its neighbors.
North Korea's economic system is restricted due to it's communist form of government. South Korea's economic performance has no restrictions.
South Korea's national animal is the tiger. North Korea's is the Chollima, which is a mythical horse.
70.4 years old Improved : Keep in Mind Korea has been divided since 1950. North Korea had a higher life expectancy and was more prosperous from the 50's until the 80's then the trend reversed. Now South Korea has the higher life expectancy as you can see the two Koreas had differed for a while. …In 1960 : North Korea : 55.2 Years South Korea : 54.2 Years In 1980 : North Korea : 67.7 Years South Korea : 65.3 Years In 2000 : North Korea : 70.2 Years South Korea : 72.1 Years 2009 : North Korea : 67.2 Years South Korea : 79.8 Years ( Full Answer )
Germany enjoys a high ranking in the world today due to its high ethical standards concerning moral and human rights issues. This is strengthened by its economic stability, which like most other countries is at risk by the looming economic recession that looms over the Western Hemisphere. Germany… has had a leading position in the European Union since its first forerunner, the European Coal and Steel Community (ESSC), was founded in 1951. This developed further to become the European Economic Community after the Treaty of Rome in 1957, and the European Union after the Treaty of Maastricht in 1993. The bad reputation that Germany had after the fall of the "Third Reich" has be restored to such an extent it has attained a position in the G8 organisation.. ( Full Answer )
They are still technically at war, although their is no more fighting between the nations.
There are 2 Koreas. Almost all North Koreans believe in the idea of Juche, also known "Kimilsungism" after Kim Ilsung, is the religious, political, social and economic ideology of North Korea. The Juche Idea was first introduce by Kim Ilsung in 1955 to distance North Korea from the Soviet Union, wh…ich at the time was undoing many of the Stalinist policies that Kim Ilsung liked. Over time, Juche evolved, borrowing from Marxism, Leninism, Stalinism, Maoism and Confucianism whatever Kim Ilsung and Kim Jongil wanted, as well as their own ideas, and in 1972 replaced Marxism-Leninism in the North Korean constitution as the country's official ideology. According to Juche, there is no god but Kim Ilsung, the country's "Eternal President", which makes North Korea the world's only country governed by an embalmed dead body. Juche has also attributed divine powers also to Kim Jongil. South Korea has more traditional religions. 23% are Buddhist, 20% are Protestant Christian 11% are Catholic Christians Around 1% believe in Jeung Sando or Jeungism 25% are secular or atheists with no religious belief Many Villagers have no specific religious affiliation, but take on some of the principles and customs of Buddhism. There are no other common religions in South Korea. ( Full Answer )
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Korea's flag is very unique. It has four symbols on the side which stand for heaven, fire, water ,and Earth. It has a specific name called Tae Guk Ki. Here is a picture of the flag:
for the north, they don't exactly vote for person, they just pick one. the thing is that they just give the govern to his next generation. but for the South, they actually vote for the leader which is president
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Primarily economic sanctions. They are also a communist dictatorship, while South Korea is a booming capitalist democracy. A long series of bad decision making on the part of their leadership. Winch include things like government organized drug rings and grow ops, in place of normal farms. They boas…t the worlds fourth largest military (mostly undependable due to food logistics). The military are also the few people in the country who are regularly fed. Civilians and especially people in small towns and work camps aren't so lucky. A while back they enacted the 'lets only eat 2 meals a day' act. On top of all that, recent weather problems such as floods and droughts have put huge stress on an already inadequate agriculture model. U.N food shipments labelled 'a gift' are rounded up and by the government and then sold to their own people. Most countries and agencies are getting to frustrated like Redcross etc and are choosing not to get involved. They're a country with no modern contribution, minimal exports, tons of sanctions, small Asian trading portfolio and epic HUGH expenses. ( Full Answer )
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Well the howling of wild animals and the cries of the temples made them contain both statues
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North Korea is called the Hermit Kingdom because of its isolationist practices. South Korea is sometines called the "Land of the morning calm."
The head of the North Korea is almost strong as king. So whatever he says is the law. that's how it works.
South Korea is about 40% Christian and 22% Buddhist. Other small groups exist, but there are many non-religious citizens. North Korea claims to have freedom of religion, but about 65% of the country is non-religious. Buddhism is common and about 1% of the population is Christian.
nothing,nothing at all there inocent they didnt whip and cut of parts of them southeners did...north treated there slaves the same but didnt harm them so north is right and the southeners are in the wrong
Christianity is south korea's predominant religion. Followed by buddhism.There are other religions as well. But they are professed by a fraction of the total population.
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Answer 1 Well, North Korea's government is not good or bad. That is aopinion. Answer 2 Good and evil are relative concepts, but the actions of the NorthKorean government would generally qualify for what most peopleconsider evil activities. It provides its people insufficientamounts of food to sp…end money on unnecessary military power. Ithas concentration camps where at least 200,000 dissenters aretortured in the most excruciating ways. Every single freedom, fromfreedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom from search orseizure, freedom from torture, etc. is denied, up to, and includingthe punishment of thought-crimes. It uses its nuclear weapons tothreaten its neighbors and demand global concessions. Finally, ithas no internal check. ( Full Answer )
Religions in South Korea are dominated by both traditional Buddhist faith and a large growing Christian population (Composed of Catholic Christians and Protestants of various denominations). The practice of both of these faiths has been strongly influenced by the enduring legacies of Korean Confuci…anism, which was the official ideology of the 500-year-long Joseon Dynasty, and Korean shamanism, the native religion of the Korean Peninsula ( Full Answer )
The Statue of Liberty stands for liberty and freedom for all citizens migrating/currently living in the country.
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It is called the Hanbok. Both men and women have two parts in the hanbok.
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a big time reason for some nations to be called a third world country till date is that the per capita income of those countries is way too less for any human being to survive. its not that the gross annual income is low but the income is not equally or even close to equally distributed among the ma…ss of the country. if you look back in to the past of those countries you will find out that there has been a span of time in its history when the country's economy has been violently exploited by some other foreign countries, leaving the country way behind to support its needs. the other reasons can be broadly classified in to corruption, religious or regional conflicts, external interference, political interests and so on. ( Full Answer )
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1948, the same year the country was founded. South Korea's flag closely resembles the flag which Korea had before it was divided. That flag was adopted in 1883.
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The Kingdom of God is coming but is not here fully as yet. TheChurch of God is calling His 'firstfruits' for training anddevelopment, to serve with Jesus in His government of theMillennial Rule. All Israelites - those who have lost their identities along withthe tribe of Judah - Judaism - will be un…ited again in Jerusalem -along with all others (see Isaiah 56:6-7 and 66:23, etals). Thecurrent 'veil of spiritual blindness' will be taken away from allpeoples finally: Isaiah 25:7-8Complete Jewish Bible (CJB) 7 On this mountain he willdestroy the veil which covers the face of all peoples, the veil enshrouding all the nations. 8 He will swallow up death forever. Adonai Elohim will wipe away the tears from every face, and he will remove from all the earth the disgrace his people suffer. For Adonai has spoken. Both the Old Testament Prophets (Isaiah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah andZechariah in particular but all did infer), along with the NewTestament writings speak of the return of the Lost Tribes of Israelto Jerusalem. ( Full Answer )
South Korea has the stronger overall economy. North Korea is stillliving with its 1950s wartime economy with rationing, etc.
scientific advances in many fields of biology, along with geologyand physics, have confirmed and expanded most of Darwin'shypotheses
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