South Korea



The type of gov. south korea has is a republic.  President LEE Myung-bak and Prime Minister KIM Hwang-sik are leaders of the executive branch.south korea & apos;s unicameral National Assembly or Gukhoe. korea & apos;s last held on 11 April 2012 percent of vote by party.the age you have to be is universal to vote.


 south korea GDP plunged by 6.9% in 1998, and then recovered by 9% in 1999-2000. Korea adopted numerous economic reforms following the crisis, including greater openness to foreign investment and imports.South Korean GDP growth slowed to 0.3% in 2009.electronics, telecommunications, automobile production, chemicals, shipbuilding, steel China 24.4%, US 10.1%, Japan 7.1%.


Korean(s)  Korean homogeneous (except for about 20,000 Chinese)Korean, Engli(widelytaught in junior high and high school)Christian 31.6%(Protestant 24%,RomanCatholic 7.6%), Buddhist 24.2%, other or unknown 0.9%, none 43.3% (2010 survey)
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south korea mostly hills and mountains. south korea has wide coastal plains in west and south.south korea's coal, tungsten, graphite, molybdenum, lead, hydropower potential.occasional typhoons bring high winds and floods. south korea has low-level seismic activity common in southwest.volcanism: Halla (elev. 1,950 m) is considered historically active although it has not erupted in many centuries.