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한국 왕국
Korean Kingdom
Timeline: Communist-Controlled America
Preceded by
1953-1988
Succeeded by
Flag of Japan Korea under Japanese rule Empire of Korea
Korea Japan flag The Imperial Seal of Korea 03
Flag of the Korean Kingdom Coat of Arms of the Korean Kingdom

Motto
"광명천지" (Korean)
("Let the land be enlightened")

Anthem "Aegukga"
Capital
(and largest city)
Seoul
Other cities Busan
Language
  official
 
Korean
  others Japanese
Religion
  main
 
Korean Buddhism
  others Neo-Confucianism
Shinto
Ethnic Groups
  main
 
Korean
  others Japanese
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
  legislature National Diet
Population 31,230,000 (1988) 
Currency South Korean won
Internet TLD .kk (proposed)
South Korea, officially the Korean Kingdom, was a monarchy that governed the southern half of the Korean peninsula from 1953 to 1988.

History

Formation

Following the Japanese Civil War, the Japanese Government fled to Korea. Korean nationalists attempted to overthrow the Royal Family's government. This lead to the Korean-Japanese Comprise on December 3, 1953, in which the Korean monarch would be reinstated and share the title of "Dual-King" with the Japanese emperor, both of which would be the advisory head of state. Korea became a constitutional monarchy, with Yi Un being coronated as the Korean emperor. A new government took control, of the remainder of Japanese-controlled Korea, creating the Korean Kingdom, the successor to the Korean Empire.

Effort to reunify

Throughout their existence, governments of North and South Korea attempt to unify the peninsula. A series of negotiations between the 2 countries lead to the creation of the Korean Pact, an economic and political union between to the 2 countries. This union grew into a confederacy, as the 2 nations would act as 1, if each government unanimously agreeing on an issue. Both government slowly granted power over their territory, and combined their armies into one: the "Korean People's Liberation Army". As the 2 countries drifted closer together, both began to discuss unification. On January 31, 1988, both nations voted for unification. On February 12, 1988, both governments finished drafting a constitution, which was ratified 5 days later. This brought an end to Korea's division, with both governments in a constitutional union with each other.

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