before the war, korea was divided; after the war, korea is still divided.
Yes it still is
The Korea war still affects us today. It affects us because our relationship with Korea is not a positive relationship. The Korea war also caused North Korea and South Korea to be at odds.
Korea was divided in 1945, and remained divided in 1953, and is still divided today. Vietnam was divided in 1954 at the end of the French Indochina War (aka: 1st Indochina War).
No just North Korea and South Korea is still non communist
North and South Korea were divided (and still are) by the 38th Parallel North.
Korea is divided into north (People's Democratic Republic of Korea) and south (Republic of Korea). Ireland is divided into the south (Republic of Ireland) and north (Northern Ireland - a British dependency).
South Korea has been demoratic since 1986.
Yes it is a Communist country still today.
there still there today
Korea still remained a divided country, and it showed the United States that they were committed as a communist state. :)
north korea still controls north of the 38th paralull and south korea still controls south of the 38th paralell
There are still ice bergs trapped around the coast == == KOrea is divided into two countries; one comunist (north) and one democratic (south)
south Korea and north Korea
Yes, there are still around 24,000 American troops in Korea. They are mainly stationed around Seoul.
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Korea was divided by the 38th parallel in the year 1945.
After WWII Korea was divided at the 38 parallel.
no it is now part of north korea * * * * * It is called Thailand.
Korea is divided along the 38th Parallel.
North Korea and South Korea
North Korea and South Korea.