What was the capital city before Korea split into two countries?
Hanseong, it's located right where modern day Seoul is.
What country is a communist dictatorship that was established after world war 2 and has the city of pyongyang as its capitail?
There was a war, the result of which was a split. In history, many countries have been split in similar ways - some have recombined. Russi spread communim to china which spread it to north Korea. president Truman wanted to eliminate communism ( it was the cold war). So they moved into south Korea to combat the communism
They split because the North was Communist and the South was democratic. Korea was split into North and South after the Korean War,the North having a Communist government and South democratic government.This was done after the signing of armistice(not to be confused with a peace treaty which has never been signed...therefore the two countries are technically at war)to stop the fighting.
Well Korea used to be one country, but then after World War II, Korea was taken away from Japan and became independent. But they decided not to be on country and they split into two countries, hence North and South Korea. North Korea became a communist government with the help of the soviet Union and South Korea became a democratic government with the help of the United States.
Korea was split into North and South after the Korean War, the North having a Communist government and the South a democratic government. This was done after the signing of the armistice (not to be confused with a peace treaty which has never been signed...therefore the two countries are still technically at war) to stop the fighting.. so, basically it was cuz they had a war.
1953 - that's when it was officialy divided..... the leaders of each Korea signed the form. Or after the independence from Japan...... Korea began to split politically 1953 - that's when it was officialy divided..... the leaders of each Korea signed the form. Or after the independence from Japan...... Korea began to split politically
It was called Gojoseon until 1897 when it became Korea. It was under Japanese rule from 1910 to 1945 and split into North and South Korea in 1948. No, Gojoseon was founded in 2333 BC and lasted until 108 BC. Then came the Proto-Three Kingdoms era, then the Three Kingdoms, then Unified Silla & Balhae, then was split into 3 again, then came GORYEO (where the present day English name Korea comes from), then Joseon…
Korea was a Japanese colony prior to World War II. With the Red Army attacking in Manchuria and heading towards Korea, it was determined between the USSR and the U.S.A that Korea would be temporarily split by the two powers before it would later be united as an independent nation. A U.S. Army staff officer actually decided to use the 38th Parallel as the line to split the two occupying powers. The Soviet Union wanted…
north Korea became aggressive Korea was split into Communist and non-Communist sections.B.Japan was violating post-war treaties.C.South Korea became aggressive.D.The Marshall Plan was biased Korea was split into Communist and non-Communist sections The United States wanted to stop the spread of Communism.