South Korea

This category covers questions about South Korea, officially known as the Republic of Korea. South Korea is located in Eastern Asia and is near the People's Republic of China and below the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).

Asked in North Korea, South Korea, International Relations

Who are the allies of North Korea?

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North Korea, famous for being the most isolated country in the world, currently does not maintain any alliances with other nations. Though the country it has the strongest diplomatic relationships with is China and Russia.
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea

Will North Korea destroy the US?

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No. In the 1990s 2 million North Koreans died of starvation. The present situation may dwarf those numbers as 6.5 million people face food shortages and starvation. North Korea is actively engaged in talks with the United States which may result in food aid. South Korea halted aid as it is waiting for North Korea to ask for it. South Korea has a new conservative government that is critical of North Korea, so the poor are suffering as governments hash out their ego contest. In the past, North Koreans who escaped to China or South Korea reported cannibalism during particularly difficult food shortages.
Asked in South Korea

Who are South Korea enemies?

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The following countries do not have any established relations with South Korea: Cuba Macedonia North Korea North Cyprus Palestine Republic of China Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic Syria
Asked in South Korea

What does Korea do with its trash?

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In Korea there are recycling bins in every house or apartment and they sort their rubbish. And the person comes to collect the rubbish and recycle it. With the food trash they feed it to worms.
Asked in South Korea, History of Korea

Why Does North Korean hate south Korean?

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North and south Korea were divided during the Korean war the North Koreans wanted to have Communism as the south wanted democracy. That's why the Americans support South Korea and China supports the North.
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea, History of Korea

Why did North Korea invade South Korea?

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Hoping to unify the Koreas under a single Communist government, the North launched a surprise invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950. In the following days, the UN Security Council condemned the attack and demanded an immediate withdrawal. Because Kim Il Sung hoped to join the two Koreas into one communist nation. To spread communism.
Asked in North Korea, South Korea

What US state is the size of North and South Korea together?

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North Korea has a total area listed of 46,528 square miles which is about the size of Pennsylvania. South Korea has a total area listed of 38,622 square miles, which puts it right in between Kentucky (40,409) and Indiana (36,418) in terms of size. Together they are 85,150 square miles. Idaho is 82,747 square miles, so they are a little bigger than Idaho.
Asked in South Korea, Seoul

What is the ZIP code for Korea?

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: Main article: List of postal codes in South Korea South Korean postal codes consist of six digits with a dash after the first three digits. The first three digits before dash are region codes, and rest three after dash is minor delivery codes. Short orange bars under the postal codes are also postal codes, used mainly for registered mail. For searching postal codes, use epost on-line postal code service Incheon Tax Office Changyeong-dong, Dong-gu, Incheon, Rep of KOREA 401-707 Çѱ۷
Asked in Drama and Acting, Celebrity Relationships, South Korea

Are Ju Ji Hoon and Yoon Eun Hye dating?

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No they are not dating. Joo Ji Hoon and Yoon Eun Hye said on interviews that they are not eachother's type.
Asked in Rules of the Road, Celebrity Relationships, South Korea

Who is Sandara Park's boyfriend?

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She doesnt have one.i heard she had an ex boyfriend before in the Phillipines...Daragon is fake...They cant date each other,their in YG Family..so its not real..
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea, History of Korea

What is the conflict between North and South Korea?

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North Korea is a dictator led Communist State. South Korea is Republic with a vibrant economy and a strong Capitalistic structure. The two concepts are incompatible.
Asked in Sports, South Africa, South Korea

What is the national sport of South Korea?

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Starcraft and Starcraft 2 i would know, im Korean 안녕하세요 님들 for all you Korean gamers out there
Asked in South Korea, Ingredient Substitutions, Cayenne Pepper

Where to find cayenne pepper in South Korea?

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You can't swing a dead dog in Korea without bumping into cayenne pepper...they just call it red pepper...what N. Americans call a red pepper is a paprika in Korea...However, having come back to Canada from Korea last year, I get my "red pepper" from a Korean supermarket because I swear it is redder in colour (looks nicer) and tastes better...go figure.
Asked in Christmas, South Korea, Christmas Gift Giving

What gifts do Koreans give for Christmas?

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Koreans often give chickens or rice and fancy clothes depending on if its North or South Korea.
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea

Were North Korea and South Korea countries?

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They still are and have been since the end of World War 2.
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea

Why did North Korea and South Korea go to war in 1950?

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Korea was persuaded by Russia to become a communist country yet some parts of korea did not agree with this form of government so they started a entire war they ended up becoming seperate countries afterwards
Asked in South Korea, History of Korea

Are South Korea and North Korea at war?

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It is complicated. The war ended almost 60 years ago, but they never signed a peace treaty; so technically they are still at war.

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