The US fought for South Korea. they were just to help South Korea because North Korea is invading them.
It helped fight with South Korea against North Korea
The Republic of Korea (aka South Korea).
Because North Korea was communist.
yes it helped to south korea.
south Korea help itself.
When North Korea asked for help from China, South Korea asked for the US's help, so they broke down the bridge between China and North Korea and sent reinforcements to South Korea
prevented north Korea from taking over south Korea
South Korea, as north Korea is a communist state.
The United States and South Korea maintain a very strong relationship. The US maintains roughly 30,000 soldiers in South Korea to help defend the country from continuous North Korean aggression. Conversely, South Korea has consistently aided the US in it numerous wars throughout the world. In terms of economics, the US and South Korea have high levels of trade.
Korea is not a country.You mean either "North Korea" or "South Korea".The US did not declare war on North Korea or South Korea. Rather, North Korea declared war on South Korea, starting the Korea War.North Korea was backed by China and Russia, while South Korea was backed by the US (and UN).South Korea has always been an US ally, and have been supporting the US in all their wars since the Korean War.
Ahn Ho-Young is the Ambassador to the US for South Korea.
Yes. The US protects South Korea militarily. This is very important for them.
No. South Korea is probably the strongest US ally in all of East and Southeast Asia. US Americans should feel very welcome in South Korea.
Yes , Canada and United States helped South Korea during the Korean War, so South Korea wanted to help and pay back all there efforts.
The Korean war was actually a draw. Basically the war went like this: North Korea (communist) invaded South Korea (democratic) and almost won so the US came in to help South Korea Then the US and South Korea then almost won the war so China interceeded on behalf of North Korea and drove the US and South Korea back to the 38th parellel. There the war stalled out for awhile and eventually a peace treaty was signed between the US and China, not by either Korea. Technically North and South Korea are still at war, it just isn't a shooting war.
It was to help South Korea and try to contain communism in North Korea
The US did not help North Korea. The US was part of the UN multinational force that went to war with North Korea.
Outside of being an infallible ally (although the media may make it look like Korea is anti-US), South Korea assisted during the Vietnam war not just with soldiers but as a supply source.South Korea has assisted the US in every war since then. The effort may have looked minor, but at least diplomatically it meant that Korea backed the US decisions.
Yes, South Korea is an ally of the United States!