Demographics of North Korea
The demographics of North Korea, a country in eastern Asia, are known through national censuses and international estimates. The Central Bureau of Statistics of North Korea conducted the most recent c...
Demographics of North Korea - Wikipedia
Korean people
The Korean people (Korean: 한민족(韓民族) or 조선민족(朝鮮民族) , see names of Korea) are an ethnic group originating in the Korean peninsula and Manchuria.
South Koreans refer to themselves as Hanguk-in (K...
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Han Hui-sun
Han Hui-sun (hangul: 한희순, hanja: 韓熙順; 1889 to January 5, 1972) was the last kitchen court lady in the Joseon Dynasty. She played an important role in reviving Korean royal court cuisine, which had bee...
Hangul
The Korean alphabet, known as Hangul in South Korea and as Chosŏn'gŭl in North Korea and China, is the alphabet that has been used to write the Korean language since the 15th century. It was created d...
Hangul - Wikipedia
1993 North Korea Census
The 1993 North Korea Census was a census conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics on 31 December 1993.The population of the country, according to this census, was 21,213,478. The life expectancy ...
Korean nobility
Korean monarchy and native nobility existed in Korea until the end of the Japanese occupation. In Imperial Korea, nobles continued to hold noble titles, which included che, wang and kun.
As the Be...
Koreans
The Korean people (Korean: 한민족(韓民族) or 조선민족(朝鮮民族) , see names of Korea) are an ethnic group originating in the Korean peninsula and Manchuria.
South Koreans refer to themselves as Hanguk-in (K...
Koreans - Wikipedia
Yun Young-sun (1896)
Yun Young-sun(윤영선;尹永善, 1896-1987) was South Korean politicians and Businessman, Society Activists. Son of Yun Chi-ho. nickname was Ohdang. His American name was Allen, Japanese name was Ito Younsen(伊東...
Yun Young-sun (1896) - Wikipedia
House of Yi
The House of Lee, also called the Korean Imperial Household or Jeonju Lee clan, was the household of the Joseon Dynasty and Korean Empire, consisting of the descendants of the Lee Seong-gye, the found...
House of Yi - Wikipedia
Chinese people in Korea
There has been a recognisable community of Chinese people in Korea since the 1880s. Most early migrants came from Shandong province on the east coast of China; many of them and their descendants have ...
Chinese people in Korea - Wikipedia
Yun Il-seon
Yun Il-seon(Korean:윤일선;hanja:尹日善, October 5, 1896 - June 22, 1987) was a South Korean politician, pathologist, and anatomist. He was the 6th Chairman of University of Seoul 1956 to 1961, a pathology p...
Yun Il-seon - Wikipedia
Mary Kim Joh
Mary C. Kim Joh (김메리 1904-February 9, 2005), also known as Che Sik Cho (체식조), was a Korean-American music composer, academic and medical research scientist. Joh is best known for writing "School Bel...
Mary Kim Joh - Wikipedia
Han Bok-ryeo
Han Bok-ryeo (韓福麗, May 13, 1947 - ) is a researcher of Korean royal court cuisine.She was born in 1947, and she is the oldest daughter of Hwang Hye-seong, who is also a researcher of Korean royal cour...
Culture of South Korea
The contemporary culture of South Korea developed from the traditional culture of Korea which was prevalent in the early Korean nomadic tribes. By maintaining thousands of years of ancient Korean with...
Culture of South Korea - Wikipedia