What is the Latitude and Longitude on Korea (North)?
Latitude of Korea (North) is:40 and Longitude of Korea (North) is: 127
Occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea is a country located in East Asia. Referred by many as a dictatorship, North Korea has the biggest military in the world. Located at the geographical coordinates of 40° North and 127° East, North Korea is spread over an area of 120,540 square kilometres. A population of 24,051,218 people lives in the country.
Korean Demilitarized Zone separates North Korea from South Korea and the rivers of Amnok and Tumen act as a border between China and North Korea. The Yellow Sea and the Korea Bay lie to west of North Korea. Paektu-san Mountain, at a height of 9003 feet, is the most elevated point in the country. Amnok River is the longest river. Pyongyang is the capital city of North Korea and also its largest city. Other important cities in the country are Chongjin, Sinuiju, Wonsan and Kaesong.
Mountains and uplands dominate the topography of North Korea. Baekdu Mountains, Hamgyong Mountains, Gwanmosan Mountains and the Rangrim Mountains are some of the highest mountain ranges in the country.
North Korea witnesses a continental climate with long, chilly winters. Snowstorms are frequent in winters. The hot and humid temperature in summers is moderated by rainfall. Culturally, North and South Korea are close to each other. The art forms, the ancient buildings and monuments depict the contemporary culture of North Korea.
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