Korea

South Korea

South Korea Stefan Albrecht 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 […]

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Doing Business in South Korea

South Korea continues a process of economic liberalisation and deregulation, but the government has yet to adopt a fully laissez-faire policy where the economy and trade are concerned. The UK TI team in South Korea works actively to lift or loosen the many regulatory barriers that still exist to ease UK-based company enter to the […]

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Why a Divided Korea is Advantageous for Foreign Relations

The South Korean foreign policy has largely been shaped by the Korean War that occurred between 1950 and 1953. The war, which resulted from attempts to reunify the two Korean states under their governments, caused an alignment that has lasted over decades, with different countries having different kinds of relations with the two Korea republics: […]

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South Korea

One of the leading economically developed nation of not only Asia, but also of the world is “South Korea”. The nation has already been declared as a force to reckon with, and economist have predicted it to a top nation in the coming decades. The Korean economy is known as a ‘Tiger economy’, and is […]

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Sociocultural Report on Korea

The U. S. and South Korea are two cultures that are completely different from each other in terms of language, food preferences, technology, education, traits and concept of family. South Korea is in East Asia; on the other hand the United States is at the Western part of the globe. People that live in South […]

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Social and Business Culture of South Korea

Since the times when the world’s national economic systems started integrating into one global network, economic interaction in the framework of this network often takes a form of competition for new international markets. Undoubtedly, in order to enter a foreign market, understanding of local social customs and business traditions is essential. That is why cross-cultural […]

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Free Trade Agreement between South Korea and the United States of America

As a student of economics, one thing that has interested me recently is the emerging issue of a free trade agreement between South Korea and the United States of America. Both countries are major economic players in the global scheme of things. Therefore, both have a huge impact on the world’s economic structure. The proposed […]

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Political Economic System

South Korea is an important country of East Asia. South Korea is one of the most highly developed countries of Asia. The country has an estimated GDP of 900 billion. South Korea came into existence in August 15th, 1945. This paper will discuss the political and economic system of South Korea. Political System of South […]

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Seoul South Korea

As for foreign housing, rental payments are extremely high, one might even say, excessively high, for western-style amenities either in houses or apartments, especially given their quality and size. Foreign residents can expect to pay significantly more than a Korean would regardless of the type of housing. That said, an expat whose accommodations are not […]

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Interesting Facts About South Korea

1.The number “4″ is considered extremely unlucky, to the point where most buildings in Korea do not have a 4th floor. This is actually true in many parts of Asia because the number four is a homonym with the word death in Chinese. For this reason, many countries in Asia consider the number to be […]

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World of K-Pop

The K-Pop Fever and Its Asian American Victims (http://www. mochimag. com/article/k-pop-fever-and-its-asian-american-victims) There’s no doubt that Korean pop culture (affectionately called K-pop) has become an international phenomenon. It’s gaining popularity in American pop culture, with enthusiastic fans such as Perez Hilton. For Asian American teens, the luring quality of K-pop runs a little deeper. As Facebook […]

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United States, for instance, various products

As the number of companies catering to the international market increased, the world has become smaller than it used to be, resulting in the rise of globalization. In the United States, for instance, various products from all over the world are readily accessible, while its products are exported to almost every corner of this planet.

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