There are actually six major religions in North Korea. The percentages of the 23,301,725 population that believe in the following religions are:
12.3% North Korean Shamanism
I'm not a mathematician so I couldn't narrow it down to the top three. But Hinduism is not a major or even minority religion in North Korea.
The main religion of South Korea is Buddhism after the separation of North and South Korea the religions also shaped into different directions. Interesting note: Korea in medieval times had a influence of Buddhism in Japan. Written by Jayke starkey
Seoul is not a major city in North Korea, it is in South Korea. An important major city in North Korea would be Pyongyang.
The two major rivers of North Korea are the Tumen River and the Yalu River
The major political party in North Korea is The Supreme Peoples Assembly.
There are 26 mountains that are located in North Korea. A few of the major mountains are the Ahobiryong mountains, Ogasan Nature Reserve, and Hyongjesan.
The Korean Civil War is a major event where North Korea and South Korea battled. In the end North Korea won. The United States helped South Korea while China helped North Korea
I'm not sure about North Korea, but Buddhism is a major religion in South Korea. South Korea is also very Christian.
North Korea is a Low Developed country and has been said to have major economic crisis.
84% to 96% are Shinto and Buddhists
One major challenge pertaining to the reunification of North and South Korea would be the mass unemployment and poverty of those in the North. That would impact the economy of South Korea in a major way.
they are Korean and not American
hills and mountains
The Himalayas, China, Japan, North Korea, and South Korea
North Korea, South Korea, United States, and the USSR
Probably islamitic and christian
North Korea never surrendered. They would have surrendured at the next major battle fought, but the U.S. backed out.
somthing to wag about!
in the cities are afica north korea
one key event is how north Korea invaded south Korea and that north korea killed south koreas president in nov. 24 in 1956
The only major communist nations are China, Cuba, and North Korea; however, most people see North Korea as a dictatorship.
China, North Korea, South Korea, and the United States were the MAIN participants.