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Seoul, Korea

People & Culture: (A) 1.) The population in 2006 ranged from 10,356,00. The population density was 17,108 km. 2.) The people in Soeul, Korea religon is Buddisum. They also have other famous statues that they worship. 3.) The culture is very diffrent, they have diffrent ways they dress eat and do other activites. For an example they have diffrent foods and diffrent ways they eat it. Some examples of foods is Kimchi, which is a spicy dish.

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Economic & Industry(A&J)1.) Industry- Military, products, machine buildingAgriculture- Rice, corn, potatoes, ex.Exports- minerals, manufacturing.

As headquarters for some of the world’s largest corporations, such as Samsung, LG Group, Hyundai, Kia Motors,and Daewoo Corporation, the service sector in Seoul has thrived, benefiting the national economy and development. South Korea derives 63.2% of its GDP from the service sector, above the average for the upper income nations (World Bank 2004). The major exports are electronics, automobiles, and machinery. This economic development has also helped keep unemployment at around 3.4% and ensured that the informal economy of Seoul is negligible. Foreign direct investment is also high at around $2 billion [7]; however, South Korea was expected to be threatened with a slowing economy which could hurt it and its development.[citation needed]

COEX & World trade center.
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Physical Geography & Landmarks (A&J)

1.)Korea's climate is relativley temparate, with precipitation heavier in the summer.

2.) Korea shares land borders with China & Russia to North & borders South Korea.

3.) The longest river in Korea is the Amnok River.