Korean War And North Korea

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After World War II, Korea was divided into two parts. In the Northern part of Korea, Soviet Union controlled with the Communist. North Korea, called Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), wanted, to sum up, its Communist ideology with Southern part of Korea by force. Consequently, Korean War (1950-1953), initiated by North Korea, to conquest South Korea, Republic of Korea (ROK). President Kim Il Sung founded North Korea and adopted Socialism. He chose its side against the United States (U.S.) and the world because he regarded they could threat their central power. Kim Jung Il succeeded the President position from his father Kim Il Sung in 1980. Kim Jung Un took his father’s political and managerial role in September of 2010. Kim…show more content…
Firm and tyranny political control blighted its nation.
Whereas, South Korean getting over economy’s long-term challenges include a small number of population, raw material scarcity, by exporting high value products: semiconductors, wireless telecommunications equipment, motor vehicles and parts, computers, home appliances, wire telecommunication equipment, steel, ships, and petrochemicals that had been made with imported relatively cheap and small amount of raw materials so that they can yield lucrative margin (CIA, 2014). And the export comprises about half of GDP. South Korea, a democratic-based government backed by the United States, was set up in the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula while North Korea partaking a communist-style government. U.S. soldiers and United Nations (U.N.) forces fought on the side of South Korea troops to defend from the North Korea’s invasion for preventing the permeation the Communist ideology of China and the Soviet Union During the Korean War, A 1953, armistice declared the Military Demarcation Line, called 38th parallel, which split the Korea peninsula with a demilitarized zone at about the 38th parallel. In 1961, Park Jung Hee took over leadership of the South Korea with stratocracy from President Yoon Bo Sun. During his regime (1961 to 1979), South Korea achieved rapid economic growth with per capita income rising to approximately seventeen
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