Thursday, January 10, 2008
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Technically, the war never ended in the Korean Peninsula. A ceasefire has been signed on July 27, 1953 and since then, the war has been put to an indefinite pause. Efforts have been made last year to formally put a peace treaty between the two countries but still, they're technically at war.
If you haven't noticed, the war is not anymore centered on the Korean peninsula and is now taking the world stage. Want some proof?
Here's what North Korea's doing with its nuclear bombs program.
And here's South Korea's attempt for world automotive domination.
With North Korea's extensive (and scary?!) militarization and the South's rapid industrialization, the two Koreas are at a war (more like a competition). This time though, for world prominence.
Enjoy the day!
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