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  • @lecessea Oh...thanks! I also haven't been here recently. If you do have it available...I'd love to have a copy mailed to me: yekdeli@hotmail.com
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  • @yekdeli Sorry! I just found these comments. Thanks :) It was created in Keynote (the Mac version of PowerPoint) but converted to PowerPoint (I believe). If you still would like to use it, I can email it.
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  • I would like to use your powerpoint for my World Geography class(giving full credit of course :-)...I have downloaded it, but my own power point program doesn't open this document...can you tell me whether this has been created using a different program? Smart Board Notebook? Google Docs? Help! Thanks so much.
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    • 1. North Korea The Korean PeninsulaSouth Korea
    • 2. Korean War
    • 3. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.
    • 4. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.• After World War II, the Korea was divided into the North and South.
    • 5. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.• After World War II, the Korea was divided into the North and South.• China and Russia helped NORTH Korea build an army and set up a communist government.
    • 6. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.• After World War II, the Korea was divided into the North and South.• China and Russia helped NORTH Korea build an army and set up a communist government.• North Korea invaded South Korea.
    • 7. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.• After World War II, the Korea was divided into the North and South.• China and Russia helped NORTH Korea build an army and set up a communist government.• North Korea invaded South Korea.• The US and United Nations helped South Korea.
    • 8. Korean War• During World War II, the JAPANESE took over Korea.• After World War II, the Korea was divided into the North and South.• China and Russia helped NORTH Korea build an army and set up a communist government.• North Korea invaded South Korea.• The US and United Nations helped South Korea.• Millions died, but no one won the war and the Korean Peninsula remained two countries.
    • 9. South Korea: Location
    • 10. South Korea: Location• South Korea is south of (1) NORTH KOREA.
    • 11. South Korea: Location• South Korea is south of (1) NORTH KOREA.• It is on the Korean (2) PENINSULA.
    • 12. South Korea: Location• South Korea is south of (1) NORTH KOREA.• It is on the Korean (2) PENINSULA.• It is surrounded by the (3) SEA OF JAPAN, the Yellow Sea, and the East China Sea.
    • 13. South Korea: Location• South Korea is south of (1) NORTH KOREA.• It is on the Korean (2) PENINSULA.• It is surrounded by the (3) SEA OF JAPAN, the Yellow Sea, and the East China Sea.• The capital is Seoul.
    • 14. Land
    • 15. Land• Most of South Korea is covered in (4) MOUNTAINS.
    • 16. Land• Most of South Korea is covered in (4) MOUNTAINS.• Most people live along the coastal areas.
    • 17. Land• Most of South Korea is covered in (4) MOUNTAINS.• Most people live along the coastal areas.• The (5) MONSOONS cause hot, humid weather during the summer and cold, dry weather in the winter.
    • 18. Economy
    • 19. Economy• South Korea is a leading exporter of (6) SHIPS, (7) CARS, textiles, computers, and electronic appliances.
    • 20. Economy• South Korea is a leading exporter of (6) SHIPS, (7) CARS, textiles, computers, and electronic appliances.• Although there is little land for farming, major crops include (8) RICE, barley, onions, potatoes, cabbage, apples, and tangerines.
    • 21. People
    • 22. People• There are nearly (9) 48 MILLION people in South Korea.
    • 23. People• There are nearly (9) 48 MILLION people in South Korea.• (10) 80% of people live in cities.
    • 24. People• There are nearly (9) 48 MILLION people in South Korea.• (10) 80% of people live in cities.• In cities, most people live in tall apartment buildings and use buses, subways, and trains for transportation.
    • 25. People• There are nearly (9) 48 MILLION people in South Korea.• (10) 80% of people live in cities.• In cities, most people live in tall apartment buildings and use buses, subways, and trains for transportation.• (11) BUDDHISM, Confucianism, and Christianity are the major religions in South Korea.
    • 26. Did You Know?
    • 27. Did You Know?• (12) TAE KWON DOE, a martial art, is from Korea.
    • 28. Did You Know?• (12) TAE KWON DOE, a martial art, is from Korea.• “Yes” in Korean is “ne.”
    • 29. Did You Know?• (12) TAE KWON DOE, a martial art, is from Korea.• “Yes” in Korean is “ne.”• “Thank You” is kum-sah-hum-ni-da.
    • 30. North Korea: Location
    • 31. North Korea: Location• North Korea is south of (13) CHINA and north of South Korea.
    • 32. North Korea: Location• North Korea is south of (13) CHINA and north of South Korea.• The (14) YALU RIVER separates North Korea from China.
    • 33. North Korea: Location• North Korea is south of (13) CHINA and north of South Korea.• The (14) YALU RIVER separates North Korea from China.• Pyongyang is the capital.
    • 34. Do It Now• Agenda• WW10 (landlocked, plain, plateau, communist state)
    • 35. Land
    • 36. Land• Like South Korea, North Korea is also affected by the (15) MONSOONS, or seasonal winds.
    • 37. Land• Like South Korea, North Korea is also affected by the (15) MONSOONS, or seasonal winds.• Most of North Korea is hills and mountains.
    • 38. Land• Like South Korea, North Korea is also affected by the (15) MONSOONS, or seasonal winds.• Most of North Korea is hills and mountains.• It is part of the Korean (16) PENINSULA.
    • 39. Economy
    • 40. Economy• Unlike South Korea, North Korea is economically (17) POOR.
    • 41. Economy• Unlike South Korea, North Korea is economically (17) POOR.• There is enough coal and iron ore, but industries suffer because of (18) POWER OUTAGES and old equipment.
    • 42. Economy• Unlike South Korea, North Korea is economically (17) POOR.• There is enough coal and iron ore, but industries suffer because of (18) POWER OUTAGES and old equipment.• More than (19) 30% of people are farmers on large, government-run farms.
    • 43. Economy• Unlike South Korea, North Korea is economically (17) POOR.• There is enough coal and iron ore, but industries suffer because of (18) POWER OUTAGES and old equipment.• More than (19) 30% of people are farmers on large, government-run farms.• North Korea has suffered from (20) FAMINES, or severe food shortages, because they are not able to produce enough food for their citizens.
    • 44. People
    • 45. People• North Korea has about (21) 22.7 MILLION people.
    • 46. People• North Korea has about (21) 22.7 MILLION people.• There are thousands of monuments to honor (22) KIM IL SUNG, North Korea’s first ruler.
    • 47. People• North Korea has about (21) 22.7 MILLION people.• There are thousands of monuments to honor (22) KIM IL SUNG, North Korea’s first ruler.• His son, (23) KIM JONG IL is now ruler, but his son, Kim Jong Un is going to be the next ruler.
    • 48. People• North Korea has about (21) 22.7 MILLION people.• There are thousands of monuments to honor (22) KIM IL SUNG, North Korea’s first ruler.• His son, (23) KIM JONG IL is now ruler, but his son, Kim Jong Un is going to be the next ruler.• The government is (24) COMMUNIST.
    • 49. Did You Know?
    • 50. Did You Know?• It is illegal to use cell phones in North Korea.
    • 51. Short Answer:• Which Korean peninsula country (North Korea or South Korea) is more similar to the United States? Why?

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