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Korea: South Korean phone center

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Korea: South Korean phone center North Korea is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Its capital and largest city is Pyongyang. The Korean Demilitarized Zone serves as the buffer zone between North Korea and South Korea. The Amnok River and the Tumen River form the border between North Korea and the People's Republic of China. A section of the Tumen River in the extreme northeast is the border with Russia. The peninsula was governed by the Korean Empire until it was annexed by Japan following the Russo-Japanese War of 1905. It was divided into Soviet and American occupied zones in 1945, following the end of World War II. North Korea refused to participate in a United Nations–supervised election held in the south in 1948, which led to the creation of separate Korean governments for the two occupation zones. Both North and South Korea claimed sovereignty over the Korean Peninsula as a whole, which led to the Korean War of 1950. The Armistice Agreement of 1953 ended the fighting; however, the two countries are officially still at war with each other, as a peace treaty was never signed. Both states were accepted into the United Nations in 1991. North Korea is a single-party state under a united front led by the Korean Workers' Party (KWP). The country's government follows the Juche ideology of self-reliance, developed by the country's former President, Kim Il-sung. After his death, Kim Il-sung was declared to be the country's Eternal President. Juche became the official state ideology when the country adopted a new constitution in 1972, though Kim Il-sung had been using it to form policy since at least as early as 1955. After the collapse of the Soviet Union and a series of natural disasters, a famine occurred, causing the death of 900,000 to 2 million people. Facing these circumstances, leader Kim Jong-Il adopted Songun, or a "military-first" policy in order to strengthen the country and its government. Although North Korea is officially a socialist republic, many outside media organizations report that it is a totalitarian Stalinist dictatorship with an elaborate cult of personality around the Kim family and one of the worst human rights records of any country. North Korea is the world's most militarized nation with a total of 9,495,000 active, reserve, and paramilitary personnel. It is a nuclear weapons state, and has an active space program. Due to the government's secretive nature and its reluctance to allow in foreigners, North Korea is today considered the world's most isolated country and has thus been given the moniker "The Hermit Kingdom" by some. South Korea is a country in East Asia, located on the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula. It is neighbored by the People's Republic of China to the west, Japan to the east, and North Korea to the north. Its capital is Seoul, which is also its largest city. South Korea lies in a temperate climate region with a predominantly mountainous terrain. Its territory covers a total area of 99,392 square kilometers and has a population of 50 million. Archaeological findings show that the Korean Peninsula was occupied by the Lower Paleolithic period. Korean history begins with the founding of Gojoseon in 2333 BC by the legendary Dan-gun. Following the unification of the Three Kingdoms of Korea under Silla 668 AD, Korea went through the Goryeo Dynasty and Joseon Dynasty as one nation until the end of the Korean Empire in 1910, when Korea was annexed by Japan. After liberation and occupation by Soviet and U.S. forces at the end of World War II, the nation was divided into North and South Korea. The latter was established in 1948 as a democracy, though political turmoil, and periods of military rule and martial law, were to characterize much of the period until the foundation of the Sixth Republic in 1987. After the invasion of South Korea by forces from the North on 25 June 1950, the resulting war between the two Koreas ended with an Armistice Agreement, but the border between the two nations is currently the most heavily fortified in the world. After the war, the South Korean economy grew significantly and the country was eventually transformed into a major economy, a full democracy, and a regional power in East Asia. South Korea is a presidential republic consisting of sixteen administrative divisions and is a developed country with a very high standard of living. It is Asia's fourth largest economy and the world's 15th (nominal) or 12th (purchasing power parity) largest economy. The economy is export-driven, with production focusing on electronics, automobiles, ships, machinery, petrochemicals and robotics. South Korea is a member of the United Nations, WTO, OECD and G-20 major economies. It is also a founding member of APEC and the East Asia Summit.

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Bulgarian :

Корея, Северна Корея, Южна Корея, телефонен център, Демократична народна република Корея, КНДР, Корейския полуостров, Източна Азия, телефон, ,

Chinese Simplified :

韩国、 朝鲜、 韩国、 电话中心、 朝鲜民主主义人民共和国、 朝鲜民主主义人民共和国、 朝鲜半岛、 东亚、 电话、,

Estonian :

Korea, Põhja-Korea, South Korea, telefon keskele, Korea Demokraatliku Rahvavabariigi, KRDVSSE, Korea poolsaar, Ida-Aasias, telefon, ,

German :

Korea, Nordkorea, Südkorea, Telefon center, Demokratische Republik Korea, Demokratische Volksrepublik Korea, koreanische Halbinsel, Ostasien, Telefon, ,

Haitian Creole :

Telefòn Kore di sid, Kore di sid, Kore di nò, Centre, repiblik de Corée moun demokratik, Américain, zile Kore, Azi de lès, telefòn, ,

Hebrew :

קוריאה, צפון קוריאה, דרום קוריאה, טלפון למרכז, הרפובליקה של קוריאה העממית הדמוקרטית, ה-DPRK, חצי האי הקוריאני, מזרח אסיה, טלפון, ,

Japanese :


Lithuanian :

Korėja, Šiaurės Korėja, Pietų Korėjos, telefono centras, Korėjos Liaudies Demokratinės Respublikos, KLDR, Korėjos pusiasalyje, Pietryčių Azijoje, telefonas, ,

Norwegian :

Korea, Nord-Korea, Sør-Korea, telefon senter, demokratiske republikken Korea, DPRK, Korea, Sørøst-Asia, telefon, ,

Portuguese :

Telefone de Coreia do Sul, Coreia, Coreia do Norte, centro, República da Coreia popular democrática, RPDC, Península da Coreia, Ásia Oriental, telefone, ,

Romanian :

Telefon Sud-coreene, Korea, Coreea de Nord, centru, Republica Democratică populară Coreea RPDC, Peninsula Coreeană, Asia de Est, telefon, ,

Russian :

Кореи, Северной Кореи, Южной Кореи, телефонный центр, Народно-Демократическая Республика Корея, КНДР, Корейский полуостров, Восточная Азия, Телефон, ,

Slovak :

Kórea, Severná Kórea, Južná kórejský, telefónne centrum, Kórejskej ľudovodemokratickej republiky KĽDR Kórejský polostrov, juhovýchodnej Ázie, telefón, ,

Swedish :

Sydkorea, Nordkorea, sydkoreanska, telefon center, Demokratiska folkrepubliken Korea Nordkorea, Koreahalvön, Östasien, telefon, ,

Turkish :

Kore, Kuzey Kore, Güney Kore, telefon Merkezi, Kore Demokratik Halk Cumhuriyeti, Kuzey Kore, Kore Yarımadası, Doğu Asya, telefon, ,




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