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Korea – Republic of Korea (South Korea)

South Korea consists of 8 provinces, 6 cities of direct subordination, 1 special city subordination, 1 Autonomous province. They are divided into smaller territorial units: cities, counties, municipal districts, townships, municipalities, towns, urban areas and villages. Although administrative division of South Korea have changed over time, its main principles were laid in 1895 during the reign of Gojong. Approximately the same the system of the territorial device is characteristic of North Korea. Not so long ago, the three-tier system of division was to be replaced by a duplex, but for some reason, until now the reform of the administrative system was not implemented.

Korea is on the continent of Asia and occupied the territory of Korea is 99274. The population of Korea is 49773000 people. The capital of Korea is located in Seoul. The form of government of Korea is a Republic. In Korea they speak Korean. Korea has no land borders.

Korea, famous for scenic rivers, beaches, mountains, rich historical and cultural heritage, can be called one of the most interesting countries in South East Asia. Here is what to look: Royal palaces, ancient monasteries, pagodas, various monuments, archaeological sites, numerous museums and folk village. And unique Continue reading

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