Insoo Kim Berg

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  • Argumentative Essay On North Korea

    The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, more commonly known as North Korea, is a country founded on September 9th, 1948 after being liberated from the Japanese by the Russians while South Korea was liberated by the United States of America. South Korea took on a Democratic government similar to the US while North Korea took on a Communist government similar to Russia. This caused a serious divide between the countries. Roughly two years later North Korea invaded South Korea with support…

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  • North Korea Dystopian Society Essay

    North Korea and China’s society would be categorized as a dystopian society due to its current conditions. In North Korea, the government has mass surveillance, a worshiped figurehead and conformity. Alongside, China’s society is being manipulated by the media, people live under conformity, and are dehumanized. These situations are overpowering a healthy way of living. The way people see things and do things are now manipulated because of the way North Korea and China’s government lead. A…

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  • Hackers Threat Analysis

    However, the theory of North Korean connection to the Sony hacking as a consequence of North Korea outraged of Sony film, The Interview, where two American aspiring journalists are recruited by the Unites States government to murder their leader Kim Jong-Un. The FBI has confirmed North Korea’s involvement; however, the hacktivist’s have not been captured. North Korea may have not have been behind the assault, affirming its administration 's refusal of any association to Sony’s attack. On the…

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  • Lenin Biography Essay

    horribly. On January 7, 1989, Hirohito died of cancer at the place of his birth and his son Akihito succeeded him to the throne. Kim Jong-Un (North Korea) 2011-???? Kim Jong-Un was born January 8, 1983, in Pyongyang, North Korea as the youngest son of Kim Jong-il. Kim Jong-Un became the leader of North Korea in 2011, having inherited his position from his father Kim Jong-Il. He is also the Military Leader of North Korea. Pyung-yang people live wealthy. On the other hand, North Korea refuses to…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Korean Culture

    2.Weakness 2.1 Missing of the traditional Korean culture one reason of the successful K-movement was because of the globalization of creativity which is built on a remarkable outsourcing system. The producer, composer or choreographer of a K-pop singer does not have to be a Korean. Despite the songs had been produced in Korean language and performed by Korean people, there always is a western shadow over it. It is hard to connect a Korean song written by foreigners with the Korean culture itself…

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  • Food Aid Impact

    Food Aid Impact on Developing Countries Food aid has created a way for underdeveloped nations to receive the emergency aid their countries need. Nations like Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea (DPRK) can misappropriate national funds on military projects instead of developing their agricultural industry (Feffer). On the other hand, countries like Ethiopia are dependent on foreign relief and are claiming a dependency syndrome (Siyoum, Hilhorst, Uffelen). Food aid does create a…

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  • Comparison Of Park Chung Hee And Kim Il Sung

    Park Chung Hee and Kim Il Sung are perhaps the two most influential Koreans of the 20th century. They were leaders of two opposing sides on a divided Korean peninsula. Park was the leader of South Korea, known as The Republic of Korea (ROK), and Kim was the leader of North Korea, known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Since the Korean War, their countries have been in a stalemate characterized by a switch between periods of polarizing tension and times of cooperation and…

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  • How Does Kim Jong Un Affect North Korea

    Kim Jong Un is the ruler of North Korea, one of the most isolated yet, well known unpredictable countries in the world .Kim Jong Un known for running a strict empire, and his ruthless control of his people. Their government is not only a dangerous environment for its people, but for the whole world. Its actions have had an anything but positive impact on North Korea, especially with their nuclear testing and its shelling of Yeonpyeong Island , it has caused them to have tension with other…

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  • Qualities Of The Prince Quote Analysis

    money. The way Machiavelli runs his government reminds me of how Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump run his country. Whereas the core of belief systems are different. Like Kim Jong, Machiavelli and Donald Trump share many similarities. These men share similarities, they put power before their people. They're both greedy, evil, and care about money. Machiavelli, Kim Jong Un, and Donald Trump don't have any morals and they're all selfish. Kim Jong Un, Machiavelli, and Donald Trump all corrupt the…

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  • The Change Of Society In Anthem By Ayn Rand

    Does something as simple as a book have the power to change a society? Can a change of rules morph the North Korean culture into a more liberating society? Just as books changed Equality 7-2521 in the novel Anthem by Ayn Rand? As readers dive into this communist and totally controlled society that takes place in Rand’s novel, their minds can’t help but be completely intrigued by such an intense life that our main character, Equality 7-2521, is forced to live. A place where the words “I”, “me”,…

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