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									North Korean & South Korean




                Joseph Donghun Han
Location: South East Asia
Between China and Japan

Population: about 70 million
(48 million in South Korea
and 22 million in North
Korea)

Area: South Korea is slightly
bigger than Indiana.
North Korea is slightly
smaller than Mississippi.

Government Type: Republic
(S. Korea), Communist
State (N. Korea)

Language: Korean
History of Korea
 4300 years of History
 Gojoseon : The first kingdom in Korea (B.C. 2333)
 5 Major dynasties after Gojoseon. (Goguryo, Baekjae,
  Sinla, Goryo, Joseon)
 Colonization period (1910~1945):
    Colonized by Japan
 The Separation of North and South Korea:
    Seperated in 1948
    Victim of two super powers
       Soviet Union took North Korea, America took South
        Korea
 Korean War in 1950~53
 Modern Korea
N. Korean & S. Korean

Same History
  The King “Sejong”, the 4th king of Joseon
   Dynasty Created Korean in 1446, in the name
   of Hunmin Jeongeum ‘The Correct Sounds to
   Instruct the People’.
  Korean is called Hangeul, which means the
   Great Writing.
  Hangeul Only Movement
N. Korean & S. Korean

Same structure
   S+O+V
     I eat lunch -> “I lunch eat” in Korean
   The use of terms of respect
    Confucianism
    Many kinds of terms of respect
S. Korean vs. N. Korean
New Vocabularies born after the
 separation are different
The Use of Foreign Language
  North Korea doesn’t use foreign language.
   They always change it to their language.
  South Korea uses foreign language a lot.
  Example
    Ice Cream: 아이스크림 vs. 얼음보숭이 (Flavored
     Ice cube)
    Juice: 쥬스 vs. 과일단물 (Sweet Fruit drink)
S. Korean vs. N. Korean

Different tone and accent, but
 understandable
  Example
    I go to school
    나는 학교에 갑니다. (Na-neon Hakgyo-ei
     Gabnida.)
    내래 학교에 갑네다, (Nae-Rae Hakgyo-ei
     Gabneda.)
Chinese, Japanese and Korean

Confucianism
  Big influence of Chinese culture to Japanese
   and Korean


The Use of Chinese characters
  한문 in Korean, Kanji in Japan
Do they look same?

It’s really hard to distinguish between
 Korean, Chinese and Japanese.



To me it’s much easier.
How?
How?



I JUST KNOW!!
Do they look same?
 Try out!!
Do they look same?
 Try out!!




  CHINESE     JAPANESE   KOREAN
Do they look same?
 Try out!!
Do they look same?
 Try out!!




  JAPANESE    CHINESE   KOREAN
Do they look same?
 Try out!!
Do they look same?
 Try out!!




  JAPANESE    CHINESE   KOREAN

								
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