The 38th parallel
"The 38th Parallel"...38 degrees north latitude
In 1945 the 38th Parallel established the dividing boundary between both North and South Korea .
38th parallel of latitude
North and South Korea have been divided since the end of World War II. Their arbitrary border is at 38 degrees north latitude, otherwise known as the 38th parallel.
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 meet at, and all along, their shared border, the 38th. parallel of latitude, so the 'distance' between them is exactly zero.
There are none. North Korea borders China, Russia, and South Korea. South Korea only shares a border with North Korea.
China and Russia border Korea in the north.
china and south korea. There are 3. North Korea also has a short border with Russia.
That's very near the border between Siberia and North Korea