South Korea, satellite image. North is at top. Natural colour satellite image showing South Korea (centre) and the surrounding territories. South Korea is located in East Asia and occupies the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea (upper left) occupying the northern half. The Korean Peninsula is flanked by the Sea of Japan (blue, right), Yellow Sea (blue, left) and East China Sea (blue, bottom left), while the Korea Strait (blue, lower centre) separates South Korea from Japan (lower right). Image compiled from data acquired by the LANDSAT 5 and 7 satellites, in 2000.
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