North Korean forces INVADED South Korea.
North Korea invaded South Korea.
When the armistice was signed, the Korean war was ended by dividing the country into North and South Korea at about the 38th parallel. Today North Korea is communist and South Korea is democratic.
The Korean War of the 1950's WA the result of a North Korean attack on South Korea.
The People's Republic of China is no longer an ally to North Korea. The alliance ended soon after the conclusion of the Korean War.
The Korean War started 25 June 1950 as a result of an invasion by North Korea .
The Korean War began in June of 1950 because North Korea wanted to control South Korea. It ended in July of 1953 when President Truman and others negotiated a cease fire between North Korea and South Korea.
North Korea exists as a result of both Soviet and American occupation of the Korean Peninsula after the end of WW2 and as a result of North Korea's initial refusal to participate in the United Nations.
The main effect of the Korean War was that Korea was separated into two different countries (North Korea and South Korea) NO! That was the result of WWII, relieving Korea of Japanese colonization. The result of the Korean war was less about land, although it began as an attempt to re-unify Korea, having drastic sociological and economic effects.
The United States did not achieve the objective of creating a unified pro-United States Korean Peninsula. However, that was not the intent of the United Nations mission to North Korea in 1950. The point of that mission was to repel the North Korean invasion of South Korea. The North's invasion was successfully repelled. So, the United Nations objective was met. So the war was won from that perspective. It is important to note that officially… Read More
the permanent division of the peninsula into North Korea and South Korea.
No. The Korean War ended with a stalemate between the China-assisted North Korea and the United Nations-assisted South Korea. The two nations remain bitter rivals without diplomatic relations to this day.
North Korea does not actually intend to use a nuclear weapon against the United States, since there is nothing that North Korea would actually gain from using it. If North Korea launched a nuclear missile at the United States, it would immediately (1) lose the backing of China, which is the only reason that the United States refuses to invade North Korea, (2) start a hot war with the United States whose army could destroy… Read More
Did the end result of the Korean War the establishment of a new boundary between the north and south?
No, the 38th parallel remained to separate south Korea from north Korea.
it didn't exactly end. it isn't really going on anymore, but North Korea and South Korea are still enemies.
North and South Korea never officially ended the war
It wa signed on july 27, 1953 and ended the war between North and South Korea
Community Answer 1 No. But United States is allied with South Korea and has maintained tense diplomatic relations with North Korea only since 1993. ________________________________________ Community Answer 2 North Korea is an enemy of the United States & South Korea. The Korean War ended only with cease-fire, not an armistice or peace agreement. The North Korean government often attacks South Korea and sometimes the United States. US & South Korean troops often use deadly force… Read More
Zero. The result of the Korean War was that the borders between North Korea and South Korea remained the same as they were before the war. However in 1950 the United Nations, rather than the United States, did push into North Korea and reached 30 miles north-east of the N. Korean capital Pyongyang.
the Korean war never ended. there is a dmz between north and south Korea. we just signed a cease fire agreement.
North Korea invaded South Korea. Exactly, the Korean war started by North Korean army's attack to the 38th parallel (a line of latitude used to divide the Korean Peninsula) at about 4AM on June 25, 1950. However, North Korean propaganda claims that South Korea attacked first. (No country outside of North Korea agrees with this view.)
Premier (President, Chairman, General Secretary, etc) Joseph Stalin, head of the Soviet Union, supplied NORTH Korea with war material, if NORTH Korea would INVADE South Korea, and they did, in 1950. Joseph Stalin died in 1953. The Korean War ended in 1953.
North Korea invaded South Korea by crossing the 38th Parallel on June 25, 1950 ; see link below for further information . north korean troops crossed the 38th parallel and invaded south korea in june 1950 The Korean War started when the North Korean Army crossed the border and started conquering South Korea. To add more information, the war began in June of 1950, when the North Korean military forces crossed the 38th parallel and… Read More
The Korean War was actually a Police Action that involved the United Nations and North Korea. North Korea was Chinese and Russian backed. They invaded South Korea. This argument was the result of the Cold War and the bad feelings from that. Both Countries are really still at war.
The country was divided along the 38th parallel as a result of the Korean war, 1950-1953.
The armistice signed on July 27, 1953, formally ended the war in Korea. However, there was no winner. The country was divided into North Korea and South Korea, and in fact, the North Koreans still consider themselves at war with South Korea.
June 1950 to february 2005ceasefire was signed in July 1953 The Korean war started in 1910 and ended when World War II ended. It was a war between North and South Korea.
After the Korean war ended both South and North Korea signed a paper which stated that both sides would cease fire although knowing neither side won the battle.
they are from south Korea, all the Korean singers right now are south Korean. i nvr heard of a north Korean singer of this time
It depends on what you are researching about North Korea, but it could be a quote from a North Korean politician, a South Korean politician on North Korea, comments made by North Korean defectors, stories about the Japanese Occupation, etc.
North Korea is communist, and South Korea is democratic. The Korean War had ended in a stalemate (when neither side gets a victory) so they remained split apart, and with different governments.
As a result of World War 2, the US and the Soviet Union agreed to occupy the Korean peninsula to help it rebuild as it formed a new government. Unfortunately, the northern and southern halves of the peninsula could not agree on a new government, leading to a communist North Korea and a democratic South Korea. After the US and USSR left, North Korea invaded South Korea and almost defeated them. The US convinced the… Read More
The Korean War was due to the Invasion of South Korea by North Korea. Later in this war, the Chinese came to the aid of North Korea.
Result: the USSR got to test out their new equipment. Without Soviet supplies, North Korea would've had no tanks, artillery, jets, fuel, or ammo. Without the USSR, there would have been no Korean War.
Currency of North Korea is North Korean won (KPW).
um... 1. Which Korea are you talking about... North Korea or South Korea? 2. When you've lived in either Korea long enough and can 'pass' as a North/South Korean, and can actually act, then I suppose you could become a North/South Korean actress.
The Korean War began when North Korean forces invaded South Korea on 6/25/50; it ended with the United Nations' acceptance of a proposed cease fire on 7/27/53.
Obviously, in Korea. But there is a North Korean and South Korea, though.
North Korea and South Korea lie on the Korean Peninsula.
North Korea invading South Korea led to the Korean war.
The Korean War ended during the administration of President Eisenhower.
Korean Peninsula and Manchuria ( Kando Region) were all part of Korean Territory. Before 60 years ago Korean Peninsula were one nation. After Korean War have left North /South Korea separated. At present North Korea population of 24 million is separated independent nation.
The Korean spoken in North and South Korean is pretty much the same, but the Korean spoken in North Korea has several differences. The basic Korean word for friend is 친구. In North Korea, people sometimes call their friends "comrade," which is 동무 or 동지.
North Korea, often called the Hermit Kingdom, has remained largely isolated from the rest of the world, following the Korean War. This has not been healthy for North Korea.
in June 1950, North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel that separates North Korea from South Korea and was the cause for the Korean war (conflict)
Joseph Stalin armed the North Koreans and urged them to invade South Korea in 1950. The Korean War ended when Stalin died in 1953.
combat experience for north korean troops
Pyongyang, North Korea
North Korean population (2009 est.) : 23,906,000 South Korean population (2009 est.) : 48,379,392 South Korea has more than twice as many people as North Korea.
simply because it was north Korea vs. south Korea