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It is mountainous, and the Southern and Western part has well developed plains.
What's the geography of Korea?
The split was the result of the allied victory of World War II, ending the 35-year rule by the Empire of Japan on Korea.
Their were 3 seperate kingdoms the Koguryo North, Paekche in the Southwest, and Silla in the South east.
How was the territory split up and why was their a split?
Each kingdom was governed by the combo of a hereditary monarch and powerful aristocratic families.
Who ruled the different parts of the territory in Korea?
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