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    issues facing that country. The country that will be the focus of this analysis is South Korea. Physical Geography South Korea, a country in East Asia, amounts to 45% of the Korean peninsula containing rivers, mountain ranges, natural resources, and volcanic islands. The country is surrounded by three main bodies of water, the East China Sea to the east, the Yellow Sea to the west, and the Korea Strait…

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    Women In South Korea

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    America, the women of south Korea went the through the same struggles. They where viewed as lesser humans, and treated as property not as the person they where. Thanks to Economic prosperity, and rapid growth in population in South Korea things began…

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    Major landforms: For the majority of the South Korea, the terrain is mostly mountainous, hilly, basined area and is less than 500 meters above sea level. Because Taipei Mountain Range runs along the eastern coast, it plants several mountain range forming hilly area within the lower altitude. The highest mountain of South Korea is Hallasan in the center of Chejudo, with the altitude of 1,950 meters. Smaller mountains ranges, like Seoraksan and Mount Wutai, are known for their beautiful scenery.…

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    is the account of Kang’s early life spent inside of a North Korean prison camp with his family for ten years; Kang also describes the developments that take place after his release such as departure from North Korea, his voyage into China, and finding the means to finally arrive at South Korea. Kang will depart from both North Korea’s authoritarian state and the ideology he was forced to embrace from as early on in life as a child. Life for Kang in the prison camps started when he was a child…

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    North Korea Research Paper

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    North Korea becomes a more prominent threat everyday. Their progress in nuclear technology is something we can not ignore, especially with such an unstable leader who has people who follow him blindly. It is time to do something about this mysterious and threatening regime. In my opinion, bringing awareness to the citizens of North Korea, ending relations between China and North Korea, and installing a new government are the most important components in dealing with this crisis. Bringing…

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    authoritarian countries live under similar rulings as North Korea. These social injustices include forced labor, poverty, access to healthcare and education, and unfair treatment in regards to race, gender, religion, and culture. North Korea has been ruled under the authoritarian leadership of the Kim Dynasty since 1948. This country is very impoverished and still thousands of people try to escape the country every year. Many people flee to China or South Korea to get a better life. If they are…

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    Korean War Vs Communism

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    unsuccessful in reordering governments to fit a democratic system. By being so aggressive to those who oppose the concept of democracy we breed hostility. When attempting to bring freedom to the people in the form of democracy, we…

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    North Korea Technology

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    North Korea: Population and Technology North Korea is located on the Korean Peninsula in eastern Asia. North Korea is bordered by China, Russia, and South Korea. Not far to the East lies Japan, the former occupier of the entire peninsula (CIA). The location between these countries is one of the most important keys to the formation of North Korea. The exclusive nature, high-urbanization, and governmental policies are leaving the Korean population in a tug-of-war between natural reductions…

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    conditions of North Korea and whether we should get involved. In my opinion I think we should not be indifferent to North Korea. The reasons for why are; it is repeating the past, costing innocent lives, and it is a oppressive dictatorship. Here is a bit of background on North Korea. After the Korean War Korea split into two different parts North Korea and South Korea. North Korea was founded by Kim Jong Sun ever since then it has been a dictatorship. The current leader of North Korea is Kim…

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    settle down in Sakhalin as soldiers, workers and comfort women under the colonization of Imperial Japan, but both Japanese government and South Korean government did not make obligated efforts to the repatriation of Sakhalin Korean to South Korea while Soviet government presented indifferent attitude towards this issue after the war between Imperial Japan and Soviet government. And he also described in his article how Sakhalin Korean activists made contribution to influence the international…

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