The Republic of South Korea or South Korea is a state in, just south of the Korean Peninsula, in East Asia. South Korea's neighboring states are; in the west China, east Japan and north North Korea. The capital of the country is Seoul. Area is 98.454 km2.
Cities of South Korea
South Korea phone code: +82
South Korean currency: South Korean Won
Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Cheonan, Gimhae, Pyeongtaek, Siheung, Uijeongbu, Yangsan Se
South Korean Economy
The country's economy is based on agriculture. Besides, the fishing and tungsten mine are a major contributor to the industry and economy.
Rice cultivation is important. Rice production is over 7 million tons. Other than rice, wheat, barley, potato, soybean, tobacco and sugarcane are grown in the country.
One of the country's major sources of income is fishing. Since three sides of the territory of the country are surrounded by sea and open sea fishing is done, fish are being hunted to be exported.
South Korea has rapidly developed its industry and has been able to export various industrial products. Weaving, paper, plywood, electrical and electronic equipment are advanced. We also have plastic materials, paint, fertilizer, cement, glass factories and car factories. The engine industry was also established.
South Korea is one of the countries that trade in the United States, Japan and Hong Kong.
As it is a peninsula country, maritime has developed. The major ports are the ports of Psan and Inchon. Air transportation is provided by South Korea Airlines.
South Korea's Export Products
Integrated Circuits, Automobiles, Refined Oil, Passenger and Freight Vessels and Vehicle Parts are available. Exports woven, plywood, electronic instruments, road vehicles, electrical appliances, tungsten, fish and fish products. It sells clothing to most of the countries.
South Korea's Import Products
There are Crude Oil, Integrated Circuits, Petroleum Gas, Refined Oil and Cars. It also takes machinery and grain.
South Korea's Export Countries
China, the United States, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Japan.
Countries where South Korea imports
China, Japan, United States, Germany and Other Asia.
South Korea's Living Nations
It is believed to be a descendant of the Korean natives and the Mongol tribes.
Languages spoken in South Korea
Official language is Korean.