The similarities and differences of North and South Korea

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South Korea is located on the southern part of Korea and boarders and is

bordered by Eastern Asia, the southern half of the Korean Peninsula which borders the

Sea of Japan, and the Yellow Sea. South Korea has a boring climate in my opinion. It is

temperate, and during the summer months there is heavier rainfall than the rest of the year. The terrain in South Korea is much like that of North Korea. It is mostly hills and has mountains. There are wide coastal plains in the west in the south. These areas have many great harbors for fishing. The only natural disaster South Korea is really prone to are typhoons.

The population in South Korea is larger than that in North Korea. There are

48,289,037 people which are mostly located along the coast. Sixty-nine percent of the

people work in the services department, twenty-one and a half percent work in industry

fields, and nine and half percent work in agriculture.

There is a close race in South Korea

for the number one religion between Christianity and Buddhist. other religions are

Confucianism, Shamanism, and Chindogyo. Most people in South Korea speak Korean

but more frequently are learning English.

The capital on South Korea is Seoul, and South Korea is a Republic. One of the

main reasons it is Republic is due to the US involvement in World War II. The president

of South Korea is NO Muh-hyun who was elected in 2003. South Korea gained it's

independence from Japan in 1945 on August 15th.

South Korea's biggest traitor is once again America. Popular exports in South

Korea are things such as electronic devices, machinery and equipment, cars, steel, ships,

clothing, footwear, and fish. In the agricultural department rice, root crops, barley,

vegetables, fruit; cattle, pigs, chickens, milk, eggs;...