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The economy of South Korea is Capitalist
How do the two Koreas differ? the North has nuclear weapons and the South is a military ally with the U.S.
North and South Korea are divided by the 38th parallel
The capital of North Korea is Pyongyang
The economy of North Korea is Communist
Two major religions of South Korea are Buddhism and Christianity
In North Korea religion is discouraged
The capital of South Korea is Seoul
During most of World War II, Korea was occupied by Japan
The cultural source of the Korean writing system is China
A ram in North Korea where as many as 300 families live and work is called a Cooperative
The Korean War was a part of the global competition called the Cold War
North Korea was supported after WWII by the Soviet Union
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