Korean name: 대한민국 (Hangeul);大韓民國 (Hanja)
Motto: 널리 인간 세계 를 이롭게 하라 = Bring the benefits of humanity to the fullest = Broadly bring benefit to humanity (unofficial motto)
Official languages: Korean
Governance: Democratic presidential system
Currency: Won (KRW)
Time zone: (UTC + 9)
Date Format: (Year) 년 (Month) 월 (Day) 일 (YYYY / MM / DD)
Traffic system: right hand
Top domain: .kr
History in Korean divided into three kingdoms Is the kingdom of Cogar Packard Kingdom And the Chilla Empire Which governs the Korean Peninsula and parts of China. From the 1st century BC to the 7th century BC. All korean peninsula And most of China.
In 1910, it was under Japanese rule until the end. World War 2 was permanently free. Rajiv E is the last dynasty of Korea. After the reign of Emperor Xun. Korea is divided into two countries, South Korea and North Korea, South Korea is established. Republic of Korea North Korea established the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
The Korean Peninsula extends to the south, east of Asia. It is 1,020 km (612 mi) long and 175 km (105 mi) wide. At the narrowest point of the peninsula, 70% of the country is mountainous. It is one of the world’s most mountainous terrain. The physical changes of the land are granite and limestone, resulting in wonderfully beautiful landscapes. It consists of mountains and valleys, mountains along the east coast, steep and extends into the East Sea.
While the south and west coasts gradually descend into the coastal plain. It is one of the largest agricultural areas in Korea, especially in rice production. The Korean Peninsula is divided into two parts, the North, the 38th, the Democratic Republic. South Korea in the south And the North Korean communist regime was separated by the demilitarized zone. South Korea has an area of 99,500 square kilometers, with a population of 47.9 million (2003), consisting of nine provinces (Do). Seoul is the capital of the country. It consists of six major cities: Poonsan, Daegu, Incheon, Jujan and Ulsan. There are 77 cities (88 provinces) in the nine provinces.