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Answered 2011-09-13 22:29:29

During the Korean War the North Korean troops took over almost the whole Korean peninsula. Only due the US led UN troops intervention did the South Korean survive. After Some back and forth fighting with the US + South Korean troops agains North Korean + Chinese troops did the border stabilize where it stands today. US troops remain in South Korea as a deterrant against Norths invasion and to uphold the peace in the peninsula.

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