South Korea


 South Korea is geographically located on the southern side of the Korean Peninsula, bordered to the west by China. It is bordered to the east by Japan, bordered on the north by North Korea and bordered on the south by the Straits of Korea. Climate: Its climate is characterized by a humid continental climate and sub-tropical humid climate, and the country is hit by occasional hurricanes accompanied by very strong winds and floods.

South Korea has about 3,000 small, uninhabited islands. Incheon International Airport is one of the largest airports in South Korea. South Korea has sent about 10 satellites into space. The majority of the population condemns the Christian religion in South Korea. Korean art is greatly influenced by Confucianism and Buddhism. In 1905 AD South Korea played for the first time a baseball game.

South Korea and the European Union in 2010 AD concluded a free trade agreement that is based on reducing trade barriers. South Korea and China have been lifted for 40 years. South Korea is one of the countries banned from enriching uranium. In 2007 AD on the fourth day of October, both South Korea and North Korea signed a peace agreement.

In 1948, a communist government emerged on the northern side of Korea, and a pro-American government emerged on the southern side of Korea. In 1948, Korea was divided into two political units, South Korea and North Korea. The independence of South Korea was declared in 1919 AD on the first day of March. Its constitution was issued in 1948 AD on the seventeenth day of July. South Korea maintains diplomatic relations with a hundred and eighty-eight countries.

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