Geography in South Korea

Korea is a 750-mile-long (1,200-kilometer-long) promontory situated in the easternmost piece of the Asian mainland. Today, the nation is part into South and North Korea, yet in the psyches of a large portion of its residents, it remains a solitary country that can't be isolated.

South Korea has numerous mountains, however they are little contrasted and others around the globe. More than a large number of years, their pinnacles have been worn out by rain and wind. Most summits are underneath 3,300 feet (1,000 meters).

South Korea's Jeju Island and along a limited strip in the south, high stickiness and rainfall offer ascent to tropical evergreen wildernesses. The landmass is likewise encompassed by around 3,000 volcanic islands.

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