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    South Korea

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    usually identified as the perpetrators of oppression. Hence, the practice of liberal individualism by the rich must be considered a moral crisis for society, if in fact the rich have been getting richer at the expense of the poor, as it happens in South Korea. After all, poverty is known to rob the afflicted of their basic human rights, such as access to clean water, food, shelter, healthcare and acquirement of good quality education. Such people are described as ‘underprivileged.’ As the following

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    This comparative case study is will be an analysis of North Korea and South Korea. There will be a review of these countries historical backgrounds, cultures and government to assess which country is stronger in the global arena of politics and economics. The countries will specifically be compared in the areas of their political parties, economies, and their militaries. After comparing the political economic systems and their outcomes there will be a closer look at their effects on society and a

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    Environment and Policy The legacy of South Korea With an amazing economic development during the last 50 years, Korea is now a modernized vibrant nation that still maintains its traditional culture. Korea has a long history that could date back to 2333 B.C. Koreans are largely ethnically homogenous which made their culture highly concentrated. The culture of South Korea is a combination of modern culture and traditional culture. The traditional culture is from the culture of Korea, which shares the same culture

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    Country Attractiveness of South Korea: Economic Review The economic growth of the South Korea is often seen as a miracle. Korea has ascended from the annihilation and fiasco of Korean War in the 1950s to currently being 12th largest in GDP. The data from the Statistics Korea show that from 1960 to 2013, GDP per capita jumped from mere $1,417 to $21,562 (Central Intelligence Agency, 2014). This remarkable economic growth contributed to the substantial reduction in Korea’s labour income inequality

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    Education in South Korea

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    Education in South Korea South Korea has come a tremendously long way in their education system, from the time World War II ended, up until the 21st century. South Korea began to reform their education system after independence from Japan into a more Western influence system. The biggest decision made about the reform was to organize and install the new education system into 4 different stages. The first stage, Universal Elementary Education, went from 1945, after WWII, into and through the 1950’s

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    South Korea

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    South Korea South Korea, officially known as the Republic of Korea, country in northeastern Asia that occupies the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula. South Korea is bounded on the north by North Korea; on the east by the Sea of Japan; on the southeast and south by the Korea Strait, which separates it from Japan; and on the west by the Yellow Sea. It has a total area of about 38,023 sq. mi., including numerous offshore islands in the south and west, the largest of which is Cheju (area

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    Is South Korea a Middle-power?

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    Robertson, ‘South Korea as a Middle Power-Capacity, Behavior and Now Opportunity,’ KINU, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 151-174 (2007) . Finally after two decades, since it reached its economical and political capacity, South Korea has recognized its ‘Middle-power diplomacy’ as a three strategic triad and also recognized its role in the Multilateralism with other middle powers as well as Australia, a traditional middle power Woo-Sang Kim, ‘Middle-power Foreign Cooperation Research: Focus on Korea & Australia

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    South Korean culture has been one of the most intriguing subjects for me to study and learn about. I have been interested in many Asian cultures, due to being friends with many ever since childhood mostly Vietnamese. South Korea is located between China and Japan, two giants in Asia and the world too. It is important to discuss the history of South Korea briefly, in order to properly understand the main focus of this essay. In the 1900s, Korea was under monarchy rule under a heaven mandate and

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    South Korean people in general are known to be very religious, “They are practical people, they have tried different ways to reach a fundamental korean ideal: a sense of harmony and balance of everything”(PBS, www.pbs.org). It is because of that practicality that there is no dominant religion in south korea since there seem to be many religions to choose from. That was not always the case, however, since in the beginning of South Korean religion it seemed that a majority of the South Korean population

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    POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES AND RESOLUTIONS South Korea has a strong $1-trillion economy; it is the third largest market in Asia, behind Japan and China. It also has the 13th largest economy in the world. It is expected that the economy’s current upward trajectory will continue for some time to come. This makes South Korea an attractive market for foreign investment, especially as the world economy, as a whole, continues to improve. Dunkin’ Brands, Inc., a global player in the fast food business

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