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REPUBLIC OF PANAMA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION REGIONAL DIRECTION OF LOS SANTOS PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE OF AZUERO

ENGLISH WORK TOPIC: NORTH KOREA

PROFESSOR: KELVIN JAN PRESENTED BY: NGEL LVAREZ

GROUP: XII C

DATE OF DELIVERY: WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 2013

INTRODUCCION
Tourism in Korea of the North, which is organized by the State "company international of travel from Korea" (known in English as Korea International Travel Company), is highly controlled by the North Korean Communist Government. Due to the traditional isolation of the country, it is not a very visited international destination and only a few approximate 1,500 Western visitors often it visit per year, in addition to several thousands of additional Asian. Tourists should be guided, in which their guides to accompany them at all times. Photography is strictly controlled, as it is the interaction with the local population isolated.

LANGUAGE
The Korean language is the language used by virtually the entire population of North Korea and South Korea, countries which is official language although the variety of the North and the South are not exactly the same language. In addition to the two Koreas, Korean is also used in the autonomous region of Yanbian, located to the South of the province of Heilongjiang in China.

Phylogenetic classification
The origin of Korean remains unclear. Some linguists grouped it with the Altaic and the goguryano in a single Korean group or fuyu. As none of the affiliations could be proved a considerable number of scholars prefer to refer to the Korean as a language isolate.

Writing
The Korean writing system is the hangeul, is an alphabetic and phonetic system invented in the 15th century by Sejong the great. In the academic and literary language, is still common the use of the combination of the Korean alphabet with characters from Chinese, called hanja.

Grammar
From the morphological point of view, the Korean language is agglutinative. In terms of the syntax the Korean is a language with SOV basic order and that uses postpositions, in fact is a fairly consistent final core language.

CULTURE DIFFERENCES
Culture The set of tombs of Koguryo is the first site declared patrimony of humanity in North Korea. In North Korea, traditional culture is especially protected. It is the literacy level of the population is practically unanimous, although the level of population with higher education decreases significantly due to the allocation of more able students. The rest of the population is assigned to other more productive jobs according to their abilities demostradas.65 religious freedom is a constitutional right in North Korea. The most common religions are Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, the chondokio or chondoismo (which combines native Korean, mainly Buddhist elements, and Christian influences), and in the interior regions, the traditional shamanic cults. It has reported to Korea from the North as the country in which there are major persecutions Christianity. Paradoxically, Christian organizations who denounce the alleged persecution of Christianity recognize that there is open (usually Protestant and Orthodox) churches in North Korea and that even certain anti-Communist religious leaders such as Billy Graham have been well received in the country. Currently there are Christian churches in North Korea and conferences of inter-Korean relationship between religious of both States. North Korea also has, in addition to the flag and national anthem with a "national flower". The national flower is a native variety of magnolia.

Turist Sites
Pionyang
It is the capital and most populous city in North Korea, located in the southwest of the country, near the Taedong River. Some of the most notable of the city attractions include the Arc de Triomphe (greater than that of Paris, is the second largest in the world), the Juche Tower, Pyongyang television tower, the great Palace of studies of the people (a gigantic library with more than 600 rooms and an archive of more than 30 million books), the Arch of reunification (which crosses the homonymous motorway going towards the demilitarized zone) the ice rink Pyongyang, the village of Mangyongdae (which also is the birthplace of Kim Il Sung, founder of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) and two of the world's great stages: the first of may (with capacity for 150,000 spectators) and the Kim Il-sung Stadium. In Pyongyang are also the Central Botanical Garden of Korea and the Korea Central Zoo.

Samjiyon
Samjiyn, or Samjiyn-kun, is a district of the province of Ryanggang in North Korea. It has its own airport. It gives its name to three lakes in the region, which are known as the Samjiyn. Samjiyn fence is located Mount Baekdu, many tourists frequent the area to visit this legendary mountain.

Kaesong
The city is located about 150 km southeast of the capital, Pyongyang. It was the capital of Korea during the Koryo (918-1392); dynasty but its prosperity declined after that (now capital of South Korea) Seoul was named capital of Korea in 1394. Its population is 140,000 inhabitants.

Kaesong is a city of Korea North, one of the five most important in the country, with a population of approximately 330,000 inhabitants around 1997. It is located at the southern end of the country, near the border with South Korea. Port activity.