Korean Society as Seen through Maps

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Through maps showing Korea's population distribution, the distribution of ethnic Koreans abroad, etc., one can see the development of contemporary Korea into a multicultural society.

Early Human Migration to Korea

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This map shows prehistoric migration paths of humans to the Korean peninsula.

Population of South Korea

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This map shows the distribution of the Korean population in key cities such as Seoul.

Korean Immigrants Abroad

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This map shows the distribution of ethnic Koreans abroad living in places such as North America, Central Asia, China, Japan, and more.

Foreign Villages of Seoul

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This map shows enclaves of various foreign ethnic groups in Seoul, such as the Chinatown of Yeonhui-dong, the Russia-Central Asia village near Dongdaemun, the French Seorae village in Banpo-dong, the Japanese village in Dongbuichon-dong, Yanbian street in Garibong-dong, and others.