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  • South Korea is a country in the southern part of the Korean peninsula, in the north east region of Asia. The capital city is Seoul. The official name
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  • South Korea. On June 25th 1950, North Korea launched an invasion of the South and thousands of tanks and other armoured vehicles crossed into South of
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  • South Korean President Kim Il Sung was born in 1912, he became the President of North Korea in 1972 1950.6.25 North Korean army invaded South Korea Pusan
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  • Protectorate South Africa South African Territories South Australia South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands South Korea (Korea) South Russia South west Africa
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  • The US has flown a B-52 bomber over South Korea in a show of force after North Korea said it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. Chaorxian shuo chernggong
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  • North Korea has fired 6 short-range missiles into the sea, South Korea has said, hours after the UN imposed tough new sanctions against it. UN duih Chaorxian
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  • efforts (See Marshall Plan). The Korean War was a conflict between communist North and anti-communist South Korea. Both sides sabre-rattled incessantly
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  • North Korea preparing new nuclear test South Korea has detected signs that the North is preparing for a fifth nuclear test, President Park Geun-hye said
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  • trade union leader who has taken refuge in a Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea. Harngguor Seoul jiibaai jiingchar caaiquu xirngdohng daaibuu 1'g zaih
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  • Korean language. Korean is the official language of both the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea)
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  • overseas Chinese communities in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and etc. Zhōngwén
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  • Korea stocks fall as economy slows South Korean stocks are falling after fresh data showed this fourth-largest economy in Asia is continuing to slow down
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  • Former South Korean President Kim Young-sam, an iconic figure of South Korea's pro-democracy movement, has died at the age of 87. Harnguor qin-mirnzhuu
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  • territorial disputes with its neighbors: with Russia over the South Kuril Islands, with South Korea over the Liancourt Rocks, with the People's Republic of
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  • (On-du-ra-seu) Honduras Korean: 부산 (hint: the largest port city in South Korea) English: (Bu-san) Busan Korean: 수리남 (hint: country in South America) English:
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  • Washington Korean: 샤워 English: Shower Korean: 태권도 English: Taekwondo Korean: 워크샵 English: Workshop Korean: 원(₩; South Korean Currency) English:
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  • difference between those treated with RT alone vs combined modality. South Korea, 2004 (1976-98) - PMID 15234048 — "Angiocentric T-cell and NK/T-cell
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  • Chevrolet!), it was European-styled, and Euro-designed too, but was built in South Korea. Unlike its predecessor, it was a five-door hatchback only, but a four-door
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  • tell them apart. This has become much better known in recent years as South Korea is now rich enough to spend significant money on archaeology, and it
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  • or Smooth Japanese Maple; is a species of maple native to Japan and South Korea. Some authorities state it is also native to China, but the Flora of
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