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Korea by Chinyere

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Morgan Fucheck

on 31 March 2014

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Transcript of Korea by Chinyere

Yalu and Tuman rivers are the border between China and Korea.
Hamgyong range- includes Mount Paektu (highest peak on the peninsula) the range extends along the northern border.
Taebaek range- along the eastern coast.
Magnim Mtns-center of North Korea.
Sobaek Mtns- center of South Korea
Largest island (of 3,000) is Cheju island- 530,00 population.

From 1910 until the end of WWII. The Korean Peninsula was Japanese territory.
An important event that happened was the Korean war. That event was when North Korean troops attacked South korea at the border of the two nations. This happened on June 25, 1950, and ended July 27, 1953.
Before that all happened was when Korea split into two. That happened because North Korea wanted to be communist and South wanted to be a Democracy.
Plant life

Animal life

Ducks, wild geese, swans, nerons, cranes, and wild geese.
Deer, mountain antelopes, bears, and leopards.
Endangered animals are making a comeback, strong efforts have been made to reforest the country.
Long- Tailed Goral
Finless Porpoise
Endangered Animals
Elm Tree

Yalu River
Tuman River
Cheju Island
Largely forest - 2/3rds of south Korea's land area is forests.
Fir, spruce, pine and elm trees grow in the northern and central parts of Korea.
Hosta Deep- Blue Sea
The north Korean flag
The south Korean flag
This flags red strip
represents revolutionary tradition.
The rest describes sovereignty,
peace, friendship, and purity.
This flag represents peace and purity. the circle represents the balance of the universe.
North Korean Government is an Communist Dictatorship.
The rules/laws are enforced by the military or police.
The current leader of Korea is Kim Jong- Un.
The way laws are passed in korea
As for South Korea they are Presidential and their leader is Park Guen-Hye
The U.S - South Korea Trade Agreement enforces the laws in South Korea.
They also help with Korean government1
In 2009 the
the economy was
In 2008 it
increased to
in 2010 it
to 6.1%
It increased
in 2014 to
in 2013 it was 1.33%
In 2012 it
went down to
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