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Administrative divisions of South Korea: Quiz

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Question 1: ISO 3166-2:KR, ISO codes for cities and provinces in ________
SeoulNorth KoreaSouth KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 2: They are comparable to China's ________.
Subdistrict (China)Independent cityDirect-controlled municipalityCity

Question 3: A similar system also remains in use in ________.
Korean People's NavySouth KoreaKorean PeninsulaNorth Korea

Question 4: Gu-s are similar to ________ in some Western countries, and a gu office handles many of the functions that would be handled by the city in other jurisdictions.
Independent cityBurghTownBorough

Question 5: Cities with a population of over 500,000 (such as ________, Cheongju, and Jeonju) are divided into wards (gu); Changwon and Namyangju are noticeable exceptions to this rule.
BusanDaeguSuwonSeoul

Question 6: ________
Sunshine Policy
Administrative divisions
Human rights
Foreign relations
Kim Il-sungKorean reunificationKim Jong-ilNorth Korea

Question 7: The current gu, si, and gun units would be reorganized into about 60 "metropolitan cities" with a ________ of roughly 1 million each.
Population growthPopulationOverpopulationWorld population

Question 8: Korean terms appear in their official ________ spelling.
Revised Romanization of KoreanKorean languageMcCune–ReischauerHangul

Question 9: ________ is divided into 8 provinces (do), 1 special autonomous province (teukbyeol jachido), 6 metropolitan cities (gwangyeoksi), and 1 special city (teukbyeolsi).
SeoulNorth KoreaSouth KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 10: A gun (군; ) is one of the divisions of a province (along with si), and of the metropolitan cities of ________, Daegu, Incheon and Ulsan (along with gu).
BusanSeoulSuwonDaejeon







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