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*  Korea Cricket Association
Its current headquarters is located in Seoul, South Korea. Korea Cricket Association is South Korea's representative at the ... Korea Cricket Association is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in South Korea. ... Korea Cricket Association(KCA) Cricinfo-South Korea. ...
*  Korea Meteorological Administration
Coordinates: 37°29′37″N 126°55′01″E / 37.49371°N 126.91704°E / 37.49371; 126.91704 The Korea Meteorological Administration ( ... Hangul: 기상청; Hanja: 氣象廳; Kisangcheong) (KMA) is the National Meteorological service of the Republic of Korea. The service ...
*  Taoism in Korea
... deok Maewoldang Kim Si-seup Taoism Korean Buddhism Korean Confucianism Shamanism Native Faiths in Korea Daoist Studies in Korea ... Due to such a history, only a handful of Taoists exist throughout Korea today. Taoism has been absorbed into the traditional ... Taoism first arrived in Korea in 624. Emperor Gaozu, the founder of China's Tang Dynasty, sent a Taoist preacher and literature ... The Taoist practice in Korea developed, somewhat in contrast to China, as an esoteric meditative practice in the mountains ...
*  Hinduism in Korea
South Korea is home to a small number of expats, including students and engineers, from countries such as India and Nepal many ... Though South Korea is mostly secular, the range of religious beliefs displayed is quite broad. While Korean Shamanism shares ... There is no presence of Hinduism in North Korea. There are many Hindu temples in the Seoul region, like the Sri Radha ... Hinduism is a minority religion in Korea. Through Buddhism, it has also had an indirect impact on certain aspects of ...
*  Korea Handball Federation
Handball Korea League South Korea national handball team South Korea national junior handball team South Korea national youth ... The Korea Handball Federation (KHF) (Korean: 한국 핸드볼 연맹) is the governing body of handball and beach handball in South Korea. ... handball team South Korea women's national handball team South Korea women's junior national handball team South Korea women's ... Korea Handball Federation at the IHF website.. ...
*  Korea Rail Pass
Korea Railroad Corporation), the national railway operator of South Korea. The pass is offered exclusively to foreign visitors ... The Korea Rail Pass (Korean: 한국 철도패스; Hangug Cheoldo Paeseu, or Korean: 코리아 레일 패스; Kolia Leil Paeseu), also commonly called the ... Foreigners who get long-term visa in South Korea and live there for more than six months are also ineligible. The pass can be ... As KR Pass can only be used by foreigners living in South Korea for less than six months, Korail(코레일) offers a parallel rail ...
*  Shinto in Korea
Korea was fully under Japanese rule. In turn, the Governor-General responsible for managing Korea for Imperial Japan was ... National Archives of Korea's collection of the documents of the Government-General of Korea). Henry, Todd (2014). Assimilating ... The earliest Shinto shrine in Korea is believed to be Kotohira shrine (金刀比羅神社), later Ryūtōsan shrine (龍頭山神社), built in 1678, ... Shinto's rise in Korea is directly associated with the Japanese government's purely ideological use of the traditional folk ...
*  Scouting in Korea
North Korea shared a common Scout history with South Korea until 1950, but at present is one of only four of the world's ... North Korea instead has a Pioneer Movement, the Young Pioneer Corps. Scouting portal "Girl Scouting in Korea". Girl Scouts ... The Scout movement in South Korea is served by the Girl Scouts Korea, member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl ... There are two organizations focused on serving children of American military families living in South Korea and elsewhere in ...
*  Capital of Korea
... capital of South Korea a.k.a. Republic of Korea (ROK) Pyongyang - capital of North Korea a.k.a. Democratic People's Republic of ... Korea has had a number of capitals. Korea is a peninsula in East Asia, currently the peninsula is divided into two countries: ... North Korea, capital Pyongyang, and South Korea, capital Seoul. Gojoseon: Unknown Pyongyang - Second capital (post 400 BCE) ...
*  Korea Stamp Corporation
The Korea Stamp Corporation is the issuing authority of postage stamps in North Korea. Philately portal North Korea portal ... "Korea Stamp Corporation". www.naenara.com.kp (official North Korean site). Official website Korea Stamp Corporation at ... Postage stamps and postal history of North Korea " ...
*  Education in Korea
Korea has been divided into two separate countries For North Korea, see Education in North Korea. For South Korea, see ... Historically, Korea was differently ruled and named. The official records on organised education start with Three Kingdoms ... see Education in the Joseon Dynasty 1910-1945 Korea was under Japanese occupation, see: Education in Japanese rule Since 1945, ...
*  Korea Sogyong Trading
Missing or empty ,url= (help); ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) North Korea portal Tobacco firm has secret North Korea plant ... "Smoke signals from BAT's North Korea venture". North Korea Economy Watch. Retrieved 10 October 2012. "British American Tobacco ... The Korea Sogyong Trading Corporation is a North Korean company that exports carpets and manufactures cigarettes. Its cigarette ... to sell its share in Democratic People's Republic of Korea business". British American Tobacco. 8 June 2007. ...
*  Korea Camera Museum
... is a photography museum in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. List of museums in South Korea Official site ...
*  Miss Korea 2009
... was a beauty pageant that was held on July 8, 2009 at the Sejong Center, sponsored by the Korean newspaper ... The 1st-place winner, Kim Joo-ri, was crowned the official Miss Korea and later competed in Miss World 2009 and Miss Universe ... Approximately 56 women from around the world competed in Seoul, South Korea and seven, equivalent to semi-finalists were ... Miss Korea's Official Website Miss Korea 2009 Contestants. ...
*  Miss Korea (disambiguation)
Miss Korea is a South Korean beauty pageant. Miss Korea may also refer to: Miss Korea is a song by Lee Hyori. Miss Korea is a ...
*  Korea Naval Academy
Republic of Korea Naval Academy is a four-year college located in Jinhae, South Korea. The ROKNA is located in Jinhae, a ... Media related to Korea Naval Academy at Wikimedia Commons Official website (Korean) / English Jinhae Gunhangje Festival Korea ... Also for that day, all cadets in Korea take part in the parade. Plebe Training (Boot Camp) The training is for plebes and its ... Eligibility Requirements Must be Republic of Korea citizens. Must have good moral character. Must be unmarried. Must have ...
*  North Korea Uncovered
... , (North Korea Google Earth), a comprehensive mapping of North Korea on Google Earth #AccessDPRK is a ... North Korea Uncovered is a comprehensive set of mappings of North Korea. It includes in-depth coverage of thousands of ... The result has been called one of the most detailed maps of North Korea available to the public today. It is available as a ... "Amateur spies put North Korea on the map". Brisbane Times (BrisbaneTimes.com.au), Australia. Archived from the original on 2009 ...
*  Collision in Korea
"PWTorch.com - WCW FLASHBACK - "Collision in Korea" 20 yrs. ago today: Flair & WCW crew head to N. Korea with New Japan Pro ... Collision in Korea, officially known as the Pyongyang International Sports and Culture Festival for Peace (平和のための平壌国際体育・文化祝典, ... The event was the first PPV from a North American wrestling promotion to be held in North Korea, and holds the current record ... "North Korea Allows Visitors A Tightly Controlled Glimpse Of Its Capital". Philly.com. April 28, 1995. Retrieved April 4,
*  East Korea Bay
The East Korea Bay or East Korean Bay, also known by its Korean names Dongjoseon-man or Donghan-man, is a bay in North Korea ... Korean Peninsula Korea Bay (West Korea Bay) Whalelove.com. 참고래 Balaenoptera physalus. Retrieved on August 26, 2017 EB (1878), p ... Its northern end is Musu Dan, near the Musudan Village missile site which gave its name to North Korea's Taepodong and Musudan ... "Corea", Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. VI, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1878, pp. 390-394 . Coordinates: 39°30′00 ...
*  Han River (Korea)
List of Korea-related topics Rivers of Asia List of rivers of Korea Geography of South Korea Miracle on the Han River Hangang ... "North Korea"), used commonly in South Korea, this is a mere coincidence. The hanja for the Han River is not 韓 ("Korea") but 漢 ( ... The Han River now belongs largely to the Republic of Korea, or South Korea, with its effluence in the Yellow Sea a few nautical ... There have been fears, such as the 1986 Water Panic in South Korea, that North Korea could attack Seoul by releasing a flood ...
*  A1 Team Korea
... was a South Korean motor racing team that started in two rounds of the A1 Grand Prix international racing series ... "A1 Team Korea looking forward to Chinese Grand Prix". GPUpdate.net. SportUpdate B.V. 5 November 2008. Retrieved 5 January 2018 ...
*  Korea Muslim Federation
... is a Muslim organization established in 1967 in South Korea. The KMF oversees the Korean Muslim ... Islam in Korea Christian Liberal Party Korea Muslim Federation. ... Students Association and the Korea Institute for Islamic ...
*  Tour de Korea
... is the only international cycling competition in South Korea. The predecessor to Tour de Korea was stopped in ... The Tour de Korea is an annual professional road bicycle racing stage race held in South Korea since 2001 as part of the UCI ... Official website Tour de Korea palmares at Cycling Archives Statistics at the-sports.org Tour de Korea at cqranking.com. ... Tour de Korea is divided into two divisions: Elite for invitees and competitive cyclists, and a "Special race" for cycling club ...
*  Islam in Korea
Korea Journal 31(2), 5-20. [1] Lee, Hee-Soo. (1991). Early Korea-Arabic maritime relations based on Muslim sources. Korea ... According to the Korea Muslim Federation, there are about 100,000 Muslims living in South Korea, both Koreans and foreigners. ... The Korea Muslim Society grew large enough to become the Korea Muslim Federation in 1967. In 1962, the Malaysian government ... 2] Korea Muslim Federation (in Korean) (in English) Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology ( KAIST ) - Muslim ...
*  Korea Engineering Plastics
in Korea, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company Inc. and Mitsubishi Corporation. It was the first producer of POM in Korea. In 1998, ... Korea Engineering Plastics (KEP) is a South Korean manufacturer of polyoxymethylene (POM). It is the fourth largest ... Production facilities are located in Ulsan, Pyeongtaek (Korea) and Nantong (China). The company has locations in Europe, USA ... South Korea). KEP sells polyoxymethylene (POM) under the brand name Kepital, Polyamide (PA) as kepamide and polybutylene ...