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    • South Korea by Kevin Smith
    • -Geography
      • South Korea occupies the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula, which extends some 1,100 km (680 miles) from the Asian mainland. South Korea can be divided into four general regions: an eastern region of high mountain ranges and narrow coastal plains; a western region of broad coastal plains,river basins, and rolling hills; a southwestern region of mountains and valleys; and a southeastern region dominated by the broad basin of the Nakdong River.
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    • -Geography
      • . Jeju-do is located about 100 kilometres (about 60 mi) off the southern coast of South Korea. It is the country's largest island, with an area of 1,845 square kilometres
      • . Jeju is also the site of South Korea's highest point: Hallasan , an extinct volcano, reaches 1,950 meters (6,398 ft) above sea level.
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    • -Geography
      • South Korea has 20 national parks and popular nature places like the Boseong Tea Fields, Suncheon Bay Ecological Park, and the first national park of Jirisan.
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    • -History
      • On 25 June 1950, North Korea invaded South Korea, sparking the Korean War, the Cold War's first major conflict. 
      • The Soviet Union and China backed North Korea, with the later participation of millions of Chinese Troops  After huge advances on both sides, and massive losses among Korean civilians in both the north and the south, the war eventually reached a stalemate.No peace treaty was ever signed, resulting in the two countries remaining technically at war. At least 2.5 million people died during the Korean War.
    • History
      • In 1960, a student uprising (the "4.19 Revolution") led to the resignation of the autocratic President Syngman Rhee. A period of political instability followed, broken by General Park Chung-hee's military coup (the "5.16  coup d'état ") against the weak and ineffectual government the next year. Park took over as president until his assassination in 1979, overseeing rapid export-led  economic  growth as well as severe political repression. Park was heavily criticised as a ruthless military dictator, although the Korean economy developed significantly during his tenure.
    • -History
      • In June 2000, as part of president Kim Dae-Jung's "Sunshine Policy" of engagement, a North-South summit took place in Pyongyang , the capital of North Korea. Later that year, Kim received the Nobel Peace Prize "for his work for democracy and human rights in South Korea and in East Asia in general, and for peace and reconciliation with North Korea in particular."
    • -People
      • -South Korea is noted for its population density, which is 487 per square kilometer, more than 10 times the global average. Most South Koreans live in urban areas, due to rapid migration from the countryside during the country's quick economic expansion in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
      • -The capital city of Seoul is also the country's largest city and chief industrial center. According to the 2005 census, Seoul had a population of 9.8 million inhabitants
      • -Other major cities include Busan(3.5 million),  I ncheon (2.5 million), Daegu(2.5 million), Daejeon  (1.4 million), Gwangju (1.4 million) and Ulsan(1 million).
      • -After World War II and the division of the Korean Peninsula, about four million people from North Korea crossed the border to South Korea. This trend of net entry reversed over the next 40 years due to emigration, especially to the United States and Canada. South Korea's total population in 1960 was 25 million, [ and today it is roughly 50,062,000
    • -People
      • South Korea is one of the most ethnically homogeneous societies in the world, with more than 99% of inhabitants having Korean ethnicity.Koreans call their society 단일민족국가 ,  Dan-il minjok guk ga , "the single race society"
    • -People
      • South Korea's birthrate is the world's lowest. If this continues, its population is expected to decrease by 13% to 42.3 million in 2050, South Korea's annual birthrate is approximately 9 births per 1000 people. The average life expectancy in 2008 was 79.10 years, which is 34th in the world
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    • Sources
      • Wikipedia: South Korea
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_korea
      • Wikipedia: Geography
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_korea#Geography.2C_climate_and_environment
      • Wikipedia: History
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_korea#History
      • Wikipedia: Demographics
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_korea#Demographics