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South Korea

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South Korea

What is the Difference between the landmarks in South Korea and Landmarks in other South East Asian Countries?
What are popular leisure places and activities
in South Korea and why are they popular?
Leisure activities in South Korea are mainly sport. These activities include cycling and biking, hiking and walking, water sports, fishing, rock climbing, skiing and football. These activities are popular as they are activities suited for the climate and landscape in South Korea.
A popular sport in South Korea is golf. Golf clubs are found in every major city in South Korea. There are a lot of professional golfers that come from South Korea. There are a lot of expensive golf courses in South Korea as they want to master your skills in golf. There are a lot of affordable clubs as well.
They also do two forms of martial arts: taekwondo and judo. Martial arts are very popular throughout South East Asia. Taekwondo developed in South Korea 2000 years ago. It means art in the form of fighting. It was originally used as brain related and body related exercises for soldiers.
South Korea is a country that has lots of water surrounding it. Annually, about 2 or 3 typhoons (tropical storms) affect this land. It is also a very humid country especially during Summer.
August is the hottest month of the year with the average temperature of 20 to 26 degrees Celsius. But it is very cold in Winter esp. in January with temperatures ranging from only -5 to 5 degrees Celsius as a result of the Siberian air mass that flows to South Korea.
More than half of South Korea's annual rainfall falls in Summer. The average annual rainfall in the central region is 1,500 mm. Southern coastal regions and nearby mountains have an average rainfall of over 1,500 mm yearly. On the other hand, the northern region experiences precipitation less than 600 mm. Sometimes, the southern region experiences droughts although the annual rainfall is over 1,200mm because the amount of rainfall changes by huge amounts every time, making it difficult to deal with water.
What is the climate and landscape in South Korea?
What are the different types of Flora in South Korea and how are they different and similar to other SE Asian Countries ?
What are the main religions of South Korea
and what is the percentage of the population that
are faithful to each?
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http://www.korea.net/AboutKorea/Korean-Life/Religion
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http://translate.google.com/#en/ko
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“Land of the Morning Calm.”
Types of landmarks in South Korea Include:
Mt.Sorak
Popchusa Temple
63 building/golden tower
Changdeokgung Palace etc.
Differences between South Korean
and other South East Asian landmarks
are:
that South Korean landmarks are
mainly architecture (mostly temples)
Great wall of China was built in the 6th-7th century while some South Korean landmarks were built 2000 years ago. Others are quite modern.
South Korean flora include:
Cherry Blossom
Rape-Seed
Golden Bell and
Azalea
Water Lettuce
cattail
water lily
Flower festivals in Korea are:
Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival
Mt. Sobaeksan Royal Azalea Festival
12th Goyang Korea Flower Show

Differences are:
Lots of water flora as well
Cont. from the Flora topic
Similarities are:
Same plants
Similar looking plants
Mostly land plants
Also has orchids
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How hiking in the forest would look like.
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Leisure places
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Haeundae beach - Busan/Pusan:
Busan is a popular sea port surrounded by several beaches. A morning walk here is a popular activity to do as the scenery with the horizon and the seagulls are included in your perfect view. Especially on the first of January, when the horizon is most beautiful. On this day, over 1000 people come to this beach just to catch a glimpse of the beautiful sun setting in the afternoon, creating a very orangey horizon.
Another leisure place:
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Jeju/ Cheju Island- Also known as jejujo or the “Island of the Gods,” is another popular destination. It has volcanic rock, often rains and has a moderate climate. There are many activities on this island including:
horse riding
visiting Jeju Loveland
(an outdoor

sculpture park)
hiking on Halla-san (South Korea’s highest mountain)
There are a lot of museums including:
Jeju Education Museum,
Jeju Teddy Bear Museum etc.
Main religions include:
Buddhism: 43.0%
Protestantism: 34.5%
Catholicism: 20.6%
other: 1.9%
precipitation= rainfall
Thank you!
gamsa habnida
What is the climate and landscape of South Korea?
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Climate:
Landscape:
The area of South Korea is 98,190 square km/ km . On the west of it is the Yellow Sea while on the other side it is the East Sea (Sea of Japan.) The Korean Strait separates South Korea from Japan. South Korea is mostly a mountainous land. The west of this peninsula (island) features wide, coastal plains and beaches. Over 3400 islands, of any size, are offshore from the South Korean coast.
White = purity (righteousness and freedom from sin)
Taeguk is the Korean Yin Yang representing the cosmic forces
The South Korean
Flag:
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South Korea
Thank you for listening
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