North Korea is a dictatorship country that has limited resources but the people live below poverty and are constantly restricted from the outside world. The Kim Dynasty has established a government without the help of the United States and the United Nations. Through their government, they have learned to be self-sufficient. North Korea is a country with many problems, but it is also a country with unique history and a serious enemy of the United States. This analysis will briefly review North Korea’s economy, government, and history.
Republic of Korea early history
The North Korean country has a turbulent past. The country experienced centuries of war under Japanese rule. They were under the governing of Japan until the end of World War II. During the war, the Korean people were force to fight for Japan. During this period, the Korean language was against the law. While banding there language the Japanese ruler also destroyed and stole many of the countries cultural artifacts. Comfort women for Japanese soldiers have been a source of political strains between the three countries to this day over 200,000 women endured this form of rape for centuries.
The Gojoseon was the first Korean kingdom founded in the north of the peninsula, around about the time 2333 BC by Dangun. Gojoseon expanded throughout the peninsula until it controlled the northern Korean Peninsula and some parts of Manchuria. Gojoseon was the first mention in Chinese records in the early seventh century BC, and around the fourth century BC, its capital moved to Pyongyang. During the middle ages, the Capital of the Peninsula moved from the north to the south. The 15th century was a relatively peaceful for the Korean people until the Japanese continued to try to conquer the peninsula. Korea’s early war history and constant isolation from the outside world. During their history the peninsula was united it was not until the Soviet Union and the United States one for the south and the other for the north that the country began to separated by the 38th parallel.
North Korea is located in northern Korean Peninsula, country that bordered by South Korea, China, and Russia. North Korea is not as big as the United States. It occupies approximately 120,540 sq. km of space and its size is the equivalent of some of the smaller states like Vermont. The terrain and land is mostly mountains and uplands, separated by deep and narrow valleys. Natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, and droughts are common. The seasons change from the extreme heat in the summer to extreme cold in the winter.
Despite the extreme temperatures and frequent natural disasters, North Korea has an abundance of natural resources. Some of these developed natural resources include lead, tungsten, graphite, magnetite, gold, pyrites, fluorspar, and hydropower. Mining has lead to the country having the 22nd largest coal reserve in the world. The country also produces salt and...