A Country Divided
Korea is an East Asian territory that is divided into two very separate states: North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is heavily governed and regulated, with the government controlling all news that is shown on television, while South Korea tends to allow more freedom of expression and is less controlling overall.
In North Korea, it isn't considered 2014, but rather, 103—the number of years since the birth of the founder of the country, Kim Il-Sung.
Only military and government officials can own cars in North Korea.
If you hire a grey or white taxi, you would get a basic car with a qualified but not very experienced driver. If you hire a black cab, you'll get a luxury car with a more experienced driver.
South Koreans love to shop, so much so that some malls are open until 4 a.m.
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