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South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea is a country in . South Korea occupies the southern half of the , with to the north, across the sea to the west and a short ferry ride to the southeast.
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is the capital of . With a municipal population of over 10.5 million, and …

is the capital of province.

, is a metropolitan city located in the center of province, .

is a city located in the south-eastern province of , .

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is a province in the north-west of , surrounding the national capital city of .

is a province of . The abbreviated name Gyeongnam, formerly Kyungnam, is also used.

is a province in the northeastern corner of , bordering and having a long coast along the East Sea.

is a province of where Buddhist traditions of the Silla kingdom and the centre of Confucian philosophies meet.

is a province of . is one of the richest provinces in South Korea, situated directly south of the capital on the Yellow Sea.

is the southwesternmost province of mainland .

Island is an island off the southern coast of in the Korea Strait.

, abbreviated Chungbuk, is the only landlocked province in the country.

is a province in the south west of .

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South Korea

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 48,400,000
  • Latitude of center: 36° 24' (36.4°) north
  • Longitude of center: 127° 54' (127.9°) east
  • Elevation: 184 meters (604 feet)
  • Capital:
  • Area: 98,480 km² (38,023 miles²)
  • Languages: Korean and English
  • Currency: Won (KRW)
  • Phone code: 82
  • Internet domain: .kr
  • Neighbors:
  • Wikidata: South Korea
  • Wikimedia Commons: South Korea

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Afrikaans: Suid-Korea, Akan: Anaafo Koria, Albanian: Korea Jugore, Albanian: Koreja e Jugut, Amharic: ሰሜን ኮሪያ, Amharic: ደቡብ ኮሪያ, Amharic: ደቡብ ኮርያ, Arabic: كوريا الجنوبية, Aragonese: Corea d'o Sur, Armenian: Հարավային Կորեա, Arpitan: Corê du Sud, Asturian: Corea del Sur, Azerbaijani: Cənub Koreya, Azerbaijani: Koreya Respublikası, Bambara: Worodugu Kore, Basque: Hego Korea, Belarusian: Паўднёвая Карэя, Bengali: দক্ষিণ কোরিয়া, Bengali: দক্ষিণ কোরিয়া, Bosnian: Južna Koreja, Breton: Korea ar Su, Breton: Republik Korea, Bulgarian: Корея, Южна, Bulgarian: Южна Корея, Burmese: တောင်ကိုရီးယား, Catalan: Corea del Sud, Central Khmer: កូរេ, Central Khmer: កូរ៉េ, Central Khmer: សាធារណរដ្ឋកូរ៉េ, Cherokee: ᎤᎦᎾᏭ ᎢᏗᎵ ᎪᎴᎠ, Chinese: 大韩民国, Chinese: 韩国, Cornish: Korea Dheghow, Croatian: Južna Koreja, Croatian: Koreja, Južna
Czech: Jižní Korea, Danish: Republikken Korea (Sydkorea), Danish: Sydkorea, Dutch: Republiek Korea, Dutch: Zuid-Korea, Dzongkha: ལྷོ་ཀོ་རི་ཡ, English: Korea, Republic of, English: Republic of Korea, Esperanto: Sud-Koreio, Esperanto: Sud-Koreo, Estonian: Lõuna-Korea, Estonian: Lõuna Korea, Ewe: Anyiehe Korea nutome, Faroese: Suður-Korea, Finnish: Etelä-Korea, French: Corée (République de), French: Corée du Sud, Fulah: Koree Worgo, Galician: Corea do Sur, Ganda: Koreya ey'omumaserengeta, Georgian: სამხრეთი კორეა, Georgian: სამხრეთ კორეა, German: Korea (Republik Korea, Südkorea), German: Republik Korea, German: Südkorea, Greek: Κορέα, Νότια, Greek: Νότια Κορέα, Gujarati: દક્ષિણ કોરિયા, Haitian: Kore disid, Hausa: Koreya Ta Kudu, Hebrew: קוריאה, דרום, Hebrew: קוריאה הדרומית, Hindi: दक्षिण कोरिया, Hindi: दक्षिणी कोरिया, Hungarian: Dél-Korea
Hungarian: Korea, Dél, Icelandic: Suður-Kórea, Ido: Sud-Korea, Indonesian: Korea Selatan, Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Corea del Sud, Irish: An Chóiré Theas, Italian: Corea (Repubblica), Italian: Corea del Sud, Japanese: 大韓民国, Japanese: 韓国, Kalaallisut: Korea Kujalleq, Kannada: ದಕ್ಷಿಣ ಕೊರಿಯಾ, Kannada: ದಕ್ಷಿಣ ಕೋರಿಯಾ, Kashubian: Repùblika Kòreji, Kazakh: Солтүстік Корея, Kikuyu: Korea Kusini, Korean: Taehan-min’guk, Korean: 남조선, Korean: 남한, Korean: 대한민국, Korean: 한국, Kurdish: Komara Korêyê, Kurdish: کۆریای باشوور, Lao: ເກົາຫລີໃຕ້, Latin: Respublica Coreae, Latvian: Dienvidkoreja, Limburgan: Zuud-Korea, Lingala: Korɛ ya súdi, Lithuanian: Pietų Korėja, Low German: Süüdkorea, Luba-Katanga: Kore wa mwinshi, Macedonian: Јужна Кореа, Macedonian: Јужна Кореја, Malagasy: Korea Atsimo, Malay (macrolanguage): Korea Selatan
Malay (macrolanguage): Selatan Korea, Malayalam: ദക്ഷിണകൊറിയ, Malayalam: ദക്ഷിണ കൊറിയ, Maltese: Korea t'Isfel, Maltese: Koreja t’Isfel, Marathi: दक्षिण कोरिया, Neapolitan: Corea d' 'o Sud, Nepali (macrolanguage): दक्षिण कोरिया, Northern Sami: Mátta-Korea, Norwegian: Sør-Korea, Norwegian Bokmål: Sør-Korea, Republikken, Norwegian Bokmål: Sør-Korea, Norwegian Nynorsk: Sør-Korea, Occitan (post 1500): Corèa del Sud, Oriya (macrolanguage): ଦକ୍ଷିଣ କୋରିଆ, Persian: کره جنوبی, Persian: کرهٔ جنوبی, Persian: کره ی جنوبی, Polish: Korea Południowa, Polish: Republika Korei, Portuguese: Coreia do Sul, Portuguese: Coréia, Sul, Portuguese: República da Coréia, Pushto: سوېلي کوريا, Romanian: Coreea de Sud, Romanian: Корея де Суд, Romansh: Corea dal Sid, Rundi: Koreya y'amajepfo, Russian: Республика Корея, Russian: Южная Корея, Sango: Korëe tî Mbongo, Serbian: Јужна Кореја, Serbo-Croatian: Južna Koreja, Shona: Korea, South, Sicilian: Corea dû Sud
Sinhala: දකුණු කොරියාව, Slovak: Južná Kórea, Slovak: Kórea, Južná, Slovak: Kórejská republika, Slovenian: Južna Koreja, Somali: Kuuriyada Koonfureed, Spanish: Corea del Sur, Spanish: Korea, Spanish: República de Corea, Swahili (macrolanguage): Jamhuri ya Korea, Swahili (macrolanguage): Korea Kusini, Swahili (macrolanguage): Korea ya Kusini, Swedish: Sydkorea, Tagalog: Timog Korea, Tamil: தென் கொரியா, Tamil: தென்கொரியா, Telugu: దక్షిణ కొరియా, Thai: ประเทศเกาหลีใต้, Thai: เกาหลีใต้, Tibetan: ཀོ་རི་ཡ། ལྷོ་མ།, Tibetan: ཁྲའོ་ཤན་ལྷོ་རྒྱུད, Tigrinya: ደቡብ ኮሪያ, Tok Pisin: Saut Korea, Tonga (Tonga Islands): Kōlea Tonga, Turkish: Güney Kore, Turkish: Kore Cumhuriyeti, Ukrainian: Південна Корея, Ukrainian: Південня Корея, Upper Sorbian: Južna Koreja, Urdu: جنوبی کوریا, Vietnamese: Hàn Quốc, Vietnamese: Nam Triều Tiên, Volapük: Sulüda-Koreyän, Waray (Philippines): Salatan nga Korea, Welsh: De Corea
Wu Chinese: 韩国, Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Ariwa Kọria, Zulu: i-South Korea, Caoli, Chosŏn, Chyosyön, Chōsen, Corai, Coras, Coray, Corea, Coria, Corée, Dae Han Min Kuk, Daehan-Min’guk, Dai Han, Han-kouo, Hān, Kan-koku, Kaoli, Kara no Kuni, Koreya, Koria, Korie, Korye, Koryŏ, Kōrai, Tai Han, Tchao-sien, Tchösen, Tschosön, Tyōsen
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