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South Korea: there and back again
Friends, I open a series of multimedia articles about his travels in the land of morning calm – South Korea. After spending about three years in this amazing corner of…

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The Flag of the Republic of Korea flag of the Republic of Korea

The history of South Korea describes the development of the southern part of the Korean Peninsula since 1945 until today. The history of South Korea begins with the Soviet-American agreements in the late summer of 1945 about the division of spheres of influence in the Peninsula. Under this agreement the portion of Korea South of the 38th parallel passed under the jurisdiction of the USA, while the North is under the jurisdiction of the Soviet Union. The Republic of Korea was founded August 15, 1948. The first President was Syngman Rhee; and on 9 September 1948 formed the Democratic people’s Republic led by Kim Il Sung. In the same year was adopted the first Constitution of South Korea.

The history of South Korea describes the development of the southern part of the Korean Peninsula since 1945 until today. The history of South Korea begins with the Soviet-American agreements in the late summer of 1945 about the division of spheres of influence in the Peninsula. Under this agreement the portion of Korea South of the 38th parallel passed under the jurisdiction of the USA, while the North is under the jurisdiction of the Soviet Union. The Republic of Korea was founded August 15, 1948. The first President was Syngman Rhee; and on 9 September 1948 formed the Democratic people’s Republic led by Kim Il Sung. In the same year was adopted the first Constitution of South Korea.

Religion in Korea there are several different traditions. Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, and traditional shamanism are the main religions in Korea. The modern division of Korea by the DPRK and South Korea determined the distribution of religious preferences on the Peninsula.

Religion in Korea there are several different traditions. Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, and traditional shamanism are the main religions in Korea. The modern division of Korea by the DPRK and South Korea determined the distribution of religious preferences on the Peninsula.

In Russia and CIS countries more famous and popular Korean dishes from the Koryo-Saram (Soviet Koreans), slightly different, due to objective unavailability of some common food ingredients, the actual Korean food in Korea. The last ten years has been marked by the expansion of the cuisine of the Koryo-Saram on the Korean Peninsula, aided immigrants and tourists of Korean origin from the former Soviet Union.

In Russia and CIS countries more famous and popular Korean dishes from the Koryo-Saram (Soviet Koreans), slightly different, due to objective unavailability of some common food ingredients, the actual Korean food in Korea. The last ten years has been marked by the expansion of the cuisine of the Koryo-Saram on the Korean Peninsula, aided immigrants and tourists of Korean origin from the former Soviet Union.

Koreans eat mostly spicy and sweet food at McDonald’s, located in the Republic of Korea, all the food is much sweeter than in the West.

Koreans eat mostly spicy and sweet food at McDonald’s, located in the Republic of Korea, all the food is much sweeter than in the West.

Korean new year (sollal, cor.) — the first day of the lunar calendar, one of the most important holidays of Korea. Includes a three-day period of celebration that begins in the New year; the Koreans also celebrate the New year according to the Gregorian calendar, but Solal is considered a more important holiday

Korean new year (sollal, cor.) — the first day of the lunar calendar, one of the most important holidays of Korea. Includes a three-day period of celebration that begins in the New year; the Koreans also celebrate the New year according to the Gregorian calendar, but Solal is considered a more important holiday

Korean is the language of Koreans and both States of the Korean Peninsula: North Korea and the Republic of Korea. Distributed to some extent also in China, Japan, USA, Russia, countries of Central Asia. The total number of speaking about 78 million people.

Korean is the language of Koreans and both States of the Korean Peninsula: North Korea and the Republic of Korea. Distributed to some extent also in China, Japan, USA, Russia, countries of Central Asia. The total number of speaking about 78 million people.

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