The Emergence of Korea

The Emergence of Korea
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  • What is the geography of Korea?
  • The geography of Korea is that it is only slightly larger than the state of Minnesota, is relatively mountainous, 
  • How was the territory split up and who ruled them?
  • The territory was split up by  the north, the southwest, and the southeast.  The people who ruled the different parts of the territory was the Koguryo, the Paeksche,  and the Silla.
  • What became the state religion for Korea?
  • The state religion for Korea was Buddhism.
  • The geography of Korea is that it is only slightly larger than the state of Minnesota, is relatively mountainous, 
  • What kind of institutions did they adopt from other territories in the area?
  • Korea adopted Chinese political institutions in order to unify its territory.
  • Who led the suffering of the Korean people?
  • The territory was split up by  the north, the southwest, and the southeast.  The people who ruled the different parts of the territory was the Koguryo, the Paeksche,  and the Silla.
  • The Mongols led to much suffering of the Korean people.  They were suffering because their empire was falling.
  • What were the Koreans forced to do for the Mongols?
  • The state religion for Korea was Buddhism.
  • Thousands of peasants and artisans were forced to build ships for Kublai Khan's invasion of Japan.
  • Korea adopted Chinese political institutions in order to unify its territory.
  • The Mongols led to much suffering of the Korean people.  They were suffering because their empire was falling.
  • Thousands of peasants and artisans were forced to build ships for Kublai Khan's invasion of Japan.
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