The Korea Peninsula is very mountainous. It is also slightly bigger than the state of Minnesota.
Cool what about the territory and who ruled the territory.
The territory was split into three kingdoms: The Koguryo in the North, Silla in the Southeast, and Paekche in the Southwest. The territory was governed by a heredity monarch and powerful aristocratic families.
What was their religion?
Buddhism was introduced to Korea and quickly became the state religion of the kingdoms.
What did they adopt from other territories?
They adopted many Chinese political institutions to unify their territories.
Who led the suffering of Korean people.
It began in the 13th century when the Mongols seized the Northern part of Korea.
Ok last question what were the Koeans forced to do for the Mongols?
Korean peasants and artisans were forced to build ships for Kublai Khans invasion of Japan.