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Physical Map of South Korea showing international borders, relief, major mountains, rivers, highest point, important cities and islands.
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South Korea's Quick Facts

Land Area 96,920 km2
Water Area 2,800 km2
Total Area 99,720 km2
Population 50,924,172
Population Density 510.67 / km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $1.93 Trillion
GDP Per Capita $0
Currency Won (KRW)
Largest Cities
  • Seoul (9,963,452)
  • Busan (3,465,190)
  • Incheon (2,801,039)
  • Daegu (2,198,962)
  • Daejon (1,565,656)
  • Gwangju (1,521,506)
  • Suweon (1,311,321)
  • Yongin (1,083,345)
  • Goyang (1,069,196)
  • Changwon (1,055,974)

  • The National Emblem - Nara Munjang:  The National Emblem of the Republic of Korea is mainly used for matters such as official documents, public ID cards, and government vessels. The emblem draws inspiration from the official flag of the Republic of Korea as well as the national flower. 
  • Flag of South Korea
  • Flower: Mugunghwa, also called Hibiscus syriacus (Rose of Sharon)
  • The National Anthem: Aegukga, sometimes called "the Patriotic Song" in English 
  • The National Seal:  Guksae 

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