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  • Slide 1
  • Transportation in North Korea vs. South Korea
  • Slide 2
  • South Korea
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  • How do people get from one place to another in South Korea? There are planes, trains, and buses that connect major cities. There are also subways and taxis to help people get around cities faster.
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  • How far do most South Koreans travel to work? Most people in South Korea travel about 10 to 15 minutes to work.
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  • To school? Most children in South Korea travel about 5 minutes to school.
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  • Do children ride school buses? Yes, children ride school buses. There are certain distance requirements that have to be followed. You have to live a certain distance away from the school in order to have access to the bus. Students also have to register and get a bus pass in order to be allowed to ride the bus.
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  • How old do you have to be to drive in South Korea? You have to be eighteen years or older to get your drivers license in South Korea.
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  • North Korea
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  • How do people get from one place to another in North Korea? In North Korea, people are not allowed freedom of movement, but there are limited road, mostly unpaved, and three highways in between major cities. There are a few train and bus systems, but most people get around on foot.
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  • Do children ride school buses? In North Korea public schools do not provide any means of transportation for the children to get to school.
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  • How far do most North Koreans travel to work? To get to work in North Korea, most people take the few public bussing systems that are available to them. However, these systems are not well maintained, and break down often, and the ride to work can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to a couple hours.
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  • To school? To get to school most North Koreans have to walk, which usually takes about five to thirty minutes.
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  • How old do you have to be to drive in North Korea? To get a drivers license in North Korea you have to be a healthy adult, which means eighteen years or older, in order to get a drivers license, but the test to get a license is near impossible, and most people never get to drive a car.