What is the infant mortality rate for the country of South Korea?
The infant mortality rate is 3.93 deaths per 1000 live births.
The infant mortality of South Korea is 7.
In 2017, South Africa's infant mortality rate was 31 deaths/1,000 live births.
The infant mortality rate of Latin America is 16.80 deaths per 1000 live births.
Bolivia has the highest infant mortality rate in South America of 41 deaths per 1000 live births.
The infant mortality rate in South Africa has been steadily decreasing. In 2009, it was 40 per 1,000. In 2012, it was 33.
South Asia has a high infant mortality rate of 51.64 deaths per 1000 live births but Africa is higher at 61 in 2010.
South Korea is a country...
South Korea is a country.
Both North Korea and South Korea are part of historic Korea (Joseon) and are both on the Korean peninsula. However, today these are two separate and antagonistic countries.
44.42 deaths per 1000 live births (estimated for 2009)
Yes, of course South Korea is a good country to live. South Koreans are helpful and friendly to their allies that treated them good and there is no communism in South Korea so South Korea is a very safe country to be in!
No. South Korea is More like developed country.
NO. South Korea is a temperate country, not a tropical one.
Seoul is the capital of South Korea. Korea ... South Korea to be exact. South Korea.
J.P.H Rossouw has written: 'Infant mortality and child health in South Africa'
No country dear. korea (including North korea at north and south korea at south) is a peninsula, form above it is attached to China and the other sides are just sea.
south Korea became a country on august,15, 1948
South Korea is a country in East Asia that is south of China and to the west of Japan. Korea is divided into two countries. North Korea and South Korea. a country in Asia that borders north Korea and famous for a company called samsung and LG.
No. South Korea is a high class country. The only countries in Asia that are fully developed are South Korea and Japan.
South Korea is a peninsula, so only the sea borders Korea to the south.
North Korea is not a free country but South Korea is.
North Korea is communist, South Korea is democratic. Which means South Korea is not a communist.^0^
North and South Korea Korea in divided into north and south North Korea South Korea
The country of South Korea does not have a King or a Queen. The country of South Korea has a President. The current President as of 2014 is Park Geun-hye.
No, it is not. Egypt is a country in North Africa and South Korea is a country in East Asia.
In September 2009 South Korea became a developed country.
No. South Korea is a capitalist country.
Because South Korea was a democratic country, but North Korea was a communist country so they started to go separate ways
North Korea is the only bordering country to South Korea.
Yes, South Korea is a rich country and surpassed Japan as the most technologically developed country.
North Korea is, South Korea is not.
It's actually neither. South Korea is a high income country. South Korea is also the most wired country in the world in terms of internet network.
NO. Only North Korea is. South Korea is capitalist.
North Korea is a dictatorship and South Korea is a capitalist country.
South Korea is a country located in Asia and is most populous country. Other countries near South Korea is Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan etc.
Google a map. South Korea borders NORTH Korea.
If "above" means north of, then North Korea is above South Korea.
South Korea faces water on its southern edge.
No. South Korea is located at East Asia.
Of course there are schools in South Korea!!! There are even international school in South Korea!!! There are lots of good schools. FYI, South Korea is a developed country.
It depends if you are talking about North Korea of South Korea. South Korea is fine but North Korea is communist. Canada is a good country to live in if you like cold weather
america is allies with south korea. Because the north korea is a communist country
North Korea, obviously. South Korea hasmaritime borders with China and Japan.
South Korea is more wealthy than say, North Korea, because South Korea is a capitalist country, whereas North Korea is a communist one.
North Korea and south Korea and also North and South Vietnam
No, South Korea had never been a communist country before.
Nobody South Korea is a inpendent country
yes. The thing is, Korea is one country but north Korea and south Korea is not really the same.