Korean Peninsula

NOUN
  1. an Asian peninsula (off Manchuria) separating the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan; the Korean name is Dae-Han-Min-Gook or Han-Gook
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How To Use Korean Peninsula In A Sentence

  • Korean peninsula lies to the west of Japan.
  • The tiny uninhabited island is in the Sea of Japan halfway between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
  • All six parties say they agree about the need to "denuclearize" the Korean peninsula. South Korea's Bulldozer Heads for the White House
  • That's a route to quieting Korean peninsula of 'the morning calm.
  • Perhaps the North Korean peninsula is an example, but otherwise it’s much smaller than in recent history. Currency Wars Will Destroy The Dollar But You Can Be Safe
  • Japan ruled the Korean peninsula from 1910 to 1945.
  • The postwar partition of the Korean peninsula has been the scene of scarcely conceivable humanitarian catastrophe. Times, Sunday Times
  • North and South Korea are working on projects to fully connect two sets of railways across the demilitarized zone that separates the Korean Peninsula at the 38th parallel.
  • North Korea has told a visiting American politician that it would allow international inspectors to visit a newly unveiled uranium-enrichment facility and announced Monday that it would not "retaliate" against South Korea for conducting military exercises - gestures that seemed intended to calm tensions on the Korean Peninsula, at least for the time being. North Korea makes some gestures toward calm
  • Ambassador Li Bin in charge of Korean Peninsular affairs is visiting relevant countries.
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