What is the population in South Korea?
48,379,392 People in south Korea
South Korea Population (2009): 49,509,992.
The current population in South Korea is just under 49,000,000 according to The World Factbook 2009.
Population of South Korea is 50.617.045 (2014 census).
there are 48,503,972 people in south Korea but it was last updated in 2009
North Korea has an area of 120,540 km2 or 46,528 sq mi while South Korea has an area of 100,210 km2 or 38,691 sq mi - so North Korea has a larger land area. The population of North Korea is about 24,051,218. The population of South Korea is about 48,875,000. So South Korea is larger in terms of population. North Korea, of course, has a larger military establishment than South Korea.
I can think of 3 ways to answer this - In terms of land, Iran has a larger land mass than South Korea (1,648,195 km2 Iran vs. 99,392 km2 Korea) In terms of population, Iran has a larger population than South Korea (74,196,000 Iran vs. 48,758,000 South Korea - both are 2009 statistics) In terms of the economy, South Korea produces more wealth than Iran ($1.364 trillion GDP [$27,978 per capita] South Korea vs. $858,652…
North Korea: Land area and Natural Resources is bigger then South Korea. South Korea: Population and Economy is alot bigger then North Korea. Both Korea's even out in the end. If you combine or unite Korean peninsula into one state. It would be alot better and bigger for all Koreans Economically, Politically, Military, and Culturally, Geographicaly.
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…