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Numerology information Korea:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Korea:
Home of the world's largest minefield.
"Now that you guys got back together, sorry about that huge self-healing minefield." -US President to Korea, circa 2025
One of the best places in Asia, home of some of the best Asian singers, home of the awesomest people on earth, and of course... the best food! Korean Singers/Bands: BoA ShinEE Shinhwa Super Junior Fly To The Sky KARA Wonder Girls SNSD (Girls Generation) Epik High Big Bang F.T. Island Korean Food: Kalbi Kimbap Kimchee The official language of Korea is Korean or Hangul (한글) and there is North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is the one with Kim Jong Il and nobody from North Korea is allowed to leave their country with the exceptions of Kim Jong Il's family. (So save yourself from stupidity and don't ask some random korean person you know if they are from North Korea or South Korea because if they were from North Korea, they would most likely be dead. And so would you). South Korea is the one with a lot more freedom, great cities and a beautiful island called Jejudo Island (or Jeju). There is a PC Room and a Karaoke Room on almost every block and you can get great food even on the stands in the streets such as gaeranbang, boonguh bang, and tteukbokki instead of just boring hot dogs like New York. In short, Korea is the best place on earth you can ever be in and if your state doesn't have a Koreatown, its not an official state.
Person 1: Wow that girl is so awesome! Person 2: Oh, she must be from Korea!
A peninsula that located at the 38th parallel. It borders China and Russia at the north with Japan situated to the east. The Korean Peninsula is divided into two separate nations, North Korea and South Korea. However, the name "Korea" is often used to refer to South Korea due to its greater economic significance and influence in the world. The history of Korea began with the legendary founding of Gojoseon in 2333 BC by Dangun. Limited linguistic evidence suggests probable Altaic origins of these people, whose northern Mongolian steppe culture absorbed migration and trade with the peoples of Manchuria and China. The adoption of the Chinese writing system ("hanja" in Korean) in the 2nd century BC, and Buddhism in the 4th century AD, had profound effects on the Three Kingdoms of Korea. Baekje later passed on a modified version of these cultural advances to Japan. In 1910, Korea was forcibly annexed by Japan and remained occupied until the end of World War II in August 1945. In 1945, the Soviet Union and the United States agreed on the surrender and disarming of Japanese troops in Korea; the Soviet Union accepting the surrender of Japan north of the 38th parallel and the United States taking the surrender south of it. This led to division of Korea by the two superpowers, exacerbated by their inability to agree on the terms of Korean independence. The two Cold War rivals then established governments sympathetic to their own ideologies, leading to Korea's current division into two political entities: North Korea and South Korea. With the defeat of Japan in 1945, the United Nations developed plans for a trusteeship administration, the Soviet Union administering the peninsula north of the 38th parallel and the United States administering the south. The politics of the Cold War resulted in the 1948 establishment of two separate governments, North Korea and South Korea. In June of 1950 North Korea invaded the South, using Russian tanks and weaponry. During the Korean War (1950-1953), millions of civilians died and the three years of fighting throughout the nation effectively destroyed most cities. Around 171,000 POWs were captured and held by the Americans and South Koreans on Geojedo (an island in the south The war ended in a ceasefire agreement at approximately the Military Demarcation Line (Korea). Since then, South Korea has soared economically leaving its northern neighbor in the dust. North Korea has a horrible economy and a freakishly huge military which does practically nothing. According to accepted estimates, North Korea spends $5 billion out of a gross domestic product (GDP) of $20.9 billion on the military, compared with South Korea's $24 billion out of a GDP of $1.196 trillion. The North Korean government uses propaganda against South Korea and officially states on its website that the U.S. government controls South Korea, and maintains an army of 40,000 US military personnel there to "avoid the union of the Korean people". North Korea also advises that any South Korean attempting to cross into North Korea will be killed by U.S. soldiers. According to North Korea, any South Korean citizen who talks or reads about North Korea will be punished with incarceration or capital punishment. This perspective is rejected by the international community at large.
Kim Jong-Il, ruler of North Korea, is a crazy 4 foot tall midget.
The Yankees who go mad the country of the themselves the country which it thinks.
Songs about Korea:
Korea vs. Canda by The Hudson Branch from the Album Choose Independence: A TuneCore Artist Compilation, Vol. 2 [Explicit]
Korea by Deftones from the Album White Pony (U.S. Version)
Pray for Korea by Ådahl from the Album Pray for Korea
Arirang (Arirang Hill) - Korea by Wee Sing from the Album Wee Sing Around the World
Aegukga (Patriotic Hymn), "Tonghai moolkwa Paiktusani marugo taltorok" (Until Pakdro mountain wears away) (Korea... by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra from the Album 44 Of the World's Most Famous National Anthems
Report to the American People On Korea (April 11, 1951) by Harry S. Truman from the Album The Speeches of President Harry Truman
I Bombed Korea by Cake from the Album Motorcade of Generosity
Books about Korea:
Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea's Elite by Suki Kim (Oct 14, 2014)
The Koreas by Charles K. Armstrong (Aug 28, 2013)
Korea Dynasty in a Book by Younggyu Park (Oct 13, 2014)
Korea - A Short Time In A Small War: A Combat Story in the B-26 in the Korean War by Charles W Hinton (Oct 7, 2014)
Korea 1950s Book 2: 100 Photographs by Heedal Kim (Sep 15, 2014)
Korea 1960s Book 1: 100 Color Photographs by Heedal Kim (Sep 25, 2014)
Korea's Fight for Freedom by F. A. (Frederick Arthur) Mckenzie (May 12, 2012)
Movies about Korea:
The Chef - Pure Road in Mid-Part of Korea (1) 2011 G CC - Runtime: 28 mins Directed by: IS*Plus
Martial Arts of Korea 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Directed by: Turtle Press
7 Days SOUTH KOREA 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Taekwondo Training in Korea (English Subtitled) 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 47 mins Directed by: Turtle Press
Vista Point SEOUL - South Korea 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Global Television
Inside North Korea 2010 PG CC - Runtime: 51 mins Directed by: National Geographic Channel
Korea: My House In Korea 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 8 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media
Wiki information Korea:
The Korean War was a war between North and South Korea, in which a United Nations force led by the United States of America fought for the South, and China fought for the North, also assisted by the Soviet Union. The war arose from the division of...
South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea, and commonly referred to as Korea, is a country in East Asia, constituting the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. The name Korea is derived from the Kingdom of Goryeo, also spelt as Koryŏ. It shares...