Korea was separated into two are North Korea and South Korea. Both of these countries are diverse in many parts include: flag, government system, economy, military, education, and lifestyle also.
South Korea flag has four colors such as white, red, black, and white.
White color represents purity and peace of nation. The black color symbolized the four trigrams of flag, each representing a diverse virtue. The yin-yang in the center is half blue and half red, with red symbolizing positive cosmic forces; blue represents negative cosmic forces.
In contrast, North Korea flag has three colors. They are white, blue, and red. Star is a symbol of communism and socialism. The red of the flag symbolizes the lifeblood of Korean citizen patriots. And blue stands for peace, tradition, sovereignty, purity, and friendship. White referred for language, land, and culture.
Government system are also non-identical. South Korea is a democratic country. There are three big main powers include
Legislative, executive branch, and judicial branch. The president is the head of government and elected by population. Meanwhile, North Korea is a communist and socialist country. Every power is under the control of Kim Jung Un, the president of North Korea.