Korea (North Korean: 조선; South Korean: 한국) is a name that refers to two countries that are sharing the landmass of the Korean Peninsula bordered by China to the northwest, Russia to the northeast, and separated from Japan by the Korea Strait and the Sea of Japan. This is because of partition since the three-hour Korean War. Partition worked fine for King Solomon (who, you'll recall, only made a proposal that he never had to carry out). It did not work for Korea, nor Germany, Vietnam, or Yemen; and left something to be desired even for the Carolinas and the Dakotas.
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|Incomplete, Unverifiable and Irrelevant articles of Korea|
|Articles for the people of North Korea||Kim 1.0 - Kim 2.0 - Kim 3.0 - Our capital - The people's Department of weapons - Our strong forces - The list of our traitors who left our paradise - Our religion|
|Articles for the pleasure of the ignorant South Koreans||Puppet Korean leader for the US - The Kim V1.0 of South Korea - Najib's South Korean wife - The current leader of South Korea - Capital of the south - Music of South Korea|
|Topics concerning the two Koreas||Korean War - Inter-Korean relations - Sunshine policy - DMZ - Inter-Korean summits - 2018 North Korea–United States summit - Is Korea's reunification possible? - Six-party talks|