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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.Wildlife found within Korea is mainly focused on the fish living in the waters surrounding the peninsula, as well as the considerable amount of bird species found. Some native species to Korea are the Korean hare, Korean water deer, Korean field mouse, Korean brown frog, as well as the Korean pine and spruce. The Korean Demilitarized Zone, which splits the peninsula in half into the two countries, is home to forests and natural wetlands, which is also home to 82 different endangered species. There are also 3,034 species of vascular plants found within the peninsula.

The economy of South Korea has been known to rely on electronics, as Korean brands such as LG Electronics and Samsung have been able to garner attention and fame to South Korea’s technology. The South Korean economy has also been very heavily reliant on trade. Throughout the past few years, South Korea’s entertainment industry has been able to generate large amounts of income, mainly thanks to k-pop acts such as Seventeen, LOONA, and Girls’ Generation, which has earned the title as the “nation’s girl group”.

On the other hand, North Korea has continued to maintain a closed and centralized economy ever since the 1940s. The economy is also heavily nationalized, with many costs such as education and health care being provided by the state. The industry and service sector employs around 65% of the labor force, with major industries including machine building, military equipment, chemicals, and mining. The largest exports to come from North Korea include Watch Movements, ferroalloys, fake hair, tungsten ore, electricity, and delivery trucks.

When it comes to the demographics of Korea, both countries have a heavily Korean national population. In fact, North Korea is mainly Korean with the small exception of a Chinese community and few ethnic Japanese citizens. When it comes to South Korea, 96% of the population is ethnically Korean. However, the percentage of foreign citizens seems to grow more by the year, and as of 2016, there was a foreign population of 1,413,758 foreign residents.

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Old Maps of Korea
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Korea.

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.Wildlife found within Korea is mainly focused on the fish living in the waters surrounding the peninsula, as well as the considerable amount of bird species found. Some native species to Korea are the Korean hare, Korean water deer, Korean field mouse, Korean brown frog, as well as the Korean pine and spruce. The Korean Demilitarized Zone, which splits the peninsula in half into the two countries, is home to forests and natural wetlands, which is also home to 82 different endangered species. There are also 3,034 species of vascular plants found within the peninsula.

The economy of South Korea has been known to rely on electronics, as Korean brands such as LG Electronics and Samsung have been able to garner attention and fame to South Korea’s technology. The South Korean economy has also been very heavily reliant on trade. Throughout the past few years, South Korea’s entertainment industry has been able to generate large amounts of income, mainly thanks to k-pop acts such as Seventeen, LOONA, and Girls’ Generation, which has earned the title as the “nation’s girl group”.

On the other hand, North Korea has continued to maintain a closed and centralized economy ever since the 1940s. The economy is also heavily nationalized, with many costs such as education and health care being provided by the state. The industry and service sector employs around 65% of the labor force, with major industries including machine building, military equipment, chemicals, and mining. The largest exports to come from North Korea include Watch Movements, ferroalloys, fake hair, tungsten ore, electricity, and delivery trucks.

When it comes to the demographics of Korea, both countries have a heavily Korean national population. In fact, North Korea is mainly Korean with the small exception of a Chinese community and few ethnic Japanese citizens. When it comes to South Korea, 96% of the population is ethnically Korean. However, the percentage of foreign citizens seems to grow more by the year, and as of 2016, there was a foreign population of 1,413,758 foreign residents.

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