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Korea refers to the peninsular region of modern day South and North Korea, as well as Jeju island and several other smaller surrounding islands. Korea is home to a population of around 77 million, with a population of 51.5 million in South Korea and 25.78 million in North Korea. The total area is 233,155 square kilometers (or 86,161 square miles). The capitals of Korea are Pyongyang in North Korea and Seoul in South Korea, both serving as the largest cities in their respective countries. The current South Korean president is Yoon Suk-yeol, while the current leader of North Korea is Kim Jong-Un.
The climate of Korea is very temperate, as the country experiences significantly less typhoons than surrounding East Asian countries. Due to the position of the peninsula, there are numerous influences on the climate, such as Siberia in the north, the Pacific Ocean in the east, and Eurasia in the west. The peninsula experiences four distinct seasons, being spring, summer, autumn, and winter.
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