How is the South Korean territory presented?
the southern territory–Korean is made up of 70% mountains, oriented in the north-south, making east-west communications difficult. The chain of the Taebaek mountains builds the arc shape of the east coast, on a north-South.
The war begins the by the invasion of the Korea of the South by the army of the Korea North. The UN Security Council, where the USSR has been absent since January and cannot exercise its right of veto, decides to send troops to Korea.
The only adjacent country is the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the north with 238 km of border along the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). South Korea is mostly surrounded by water and therefore has 2,413 km of coastline along three seas, the Yellow Sea to the west, the China Sea from southwest to southeast,…
South Korea has a humid continental climate (Dwa according to the Köppen classification) with the exception of the southern and eastern coasts where frost hardly occurs during winter days and which therefore fall into the category of the humid subtropical climate (Cwa) but with four distinct seasons.
Thus are created The Republic of Korea in the south, and The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the north. North Korea is gradually becoming a dictatorship with a cult of the person around Kim Il-sung who has united several political parties into one: The Workers’ Party of Korea, and is considered “The Great Leader”.
There are no active volcanoes and there have been no strong earthquakes. The Nakdong is the longest river in South Korea (521 kilometers). The Han River, which runs through Seoul, is 514 kilometers long, and the Geum River is 401 kilometers long.