الخميس، 25 مايو 2017

تعبير بالانجليزي عن كوريا

تعبير بالانجليزي عن كوريا
ساعدوني بدي برزينتيشن عن كوريا الجنوبية
بحث موضوع بالانجليزي عن كوريا
مختصر قصير للمدرسه او للجامعه او للبحث او للتعبير
نبذه مختصره عن كوريا
ّّّتقرير مبسط عن كوريا
تعبير بالانجليزي عن كوريا
معلومات عن كوريا بالانجليزي والعربي
information about south korea
موضوع عن كوريا بالانجليزي قصير
عادات وتقاليد كوريا الجنوبية بالانجليزي
تعبير عن كوريا الجنوبيه
presentation about south korea
عرض بوربوينت عن كوريا الجنوبية
تعبير عن مدينة كوريا بالانجليزي

South Korea, is an East Asian country that covers the southern half of the Korean Peninsula. Its capital is Seoul. The official language is Korean, whose writing is hangul or hangeul and currency the won. The animal representing the country is the tiger.
To the north, its only land border of 238 km with North Korea, is the demilitarized zone (DMZ). South Korea is bordered, to the west by the Yellow Sea, by the Sea of ​​Japan to the east and by the South Korean Strait.
Currently, South Korea is ranked twelfth largest in the world in terms of gross domestic product in purchasing power parity and fifteenth according to the traditional monetary criterion. It is both the East Asian country with the highest HDI, the highest suicide rate and the lowest fertility. It is also the country in the region that emits most CO2 per person.
South Korea is officially at war with North Korea since the Korean War. Each of the two states claims the entire Korean Peninsula,

Economy
The largest of the Asian dragons in terms of economic weight, South Korea has experienced a spectacular phase of growth and integration into the modern world economy. In the 1960s, GDP per capita was comparable to that of the poorest countries in Africa and Asia. In 2007, its per capita GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP), at $ 26,523
In 2008, South Korea became the world's 13th largest economy with a GDP of US $ 1,024 billion48. At the level of trade, in 2007, it is the 11th and 13th world trade power respectively in terms of export and import of goods. Excluding intra-EU trade, South Korea becomes the sixth and seventh largest exporting and importing country
This success in the late 1980s was achieved through a system of close links between government and business, including a directed credit system, restrictions on imports, financing of certain industries and a policy Of massive indebtedness. The government has promoted the import of raw materials and technology at the expense of consumer goods and has encouraged saving and investment to the detriment of consumption. It is also explained by a very large amount of work demanded of the workers. In 1980, a South Korean worker's work week was the longest in the world, accounting for only 50% of a Mexican worker's wage costs. Trade unions are then illegal.

The Korean population is one of the most homogeneous in the world, ethnically and linguistically, with a small minority as a small Chinese community. Koreans have lived in Manchuria for many centuries, and now constitute a minority in China. Joseph Stalin sent thousands of Koreans against their will to Central Asia (former Soviet Union) from Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. The majority of the Korean population in Japan has been there since the colonial period.
With a fertility rate of 1.23, among the lowest in the world, the population will decline sharply in the 21st century.

religions
Christianity (31.6% of the population, 24% Protestant and 7.6% Catholics) and Buddhism (24.2% of believers) are the two dominant religions of South Korea. It is also estimated that 43.3% of South Koreans are without religion2.

Although only 3% of the population declared Confucianism, society was strongly imbued with Confucian values ​​and beliefs. The rest of the Koreans practice shamanism (traditional worship of the spirit) and Cheondogyo ("divine way"), a traditional religion, still popular.

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