2nd October 2019


What is the population of North Korea in 2018?

Population of North Korea (2018 and historical)
YearPopulationCountry's Share of World Pop
201825,610,6720.34 %
201725,490,9650.34 %
201625,368,6200.34 %
201525,243,9170.34 %

Similarly, you may ask, what is the population of North and South Korea?

North v South Korea
CountryN.Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)S.Korea (Republic of)
GDP (purchasing power parity), $bn401,622
GDP - real growth rate (%)0.82.7
GDP - per capita (PPP), $1,80032,400

What is the poverty rate in North Korea?

– Annual GDP per capita is about $1,800, which ranks 197th in the world, according to the CIA World Factbook. GDP is 28 times higher in the United States and 18 times higher in South Korea. – About half of North Korea's population of 24 million lives in "extreme poverty," according to the KUNI report.

What is the main religion in North Korea?

Traditionally, religion in North Korea primarily consists of Buddhism and Confucianism and to a lesser extent Korean shamanism and syncretic Chondogyo. Since the arrival of Europeans in the 18th century, there is also a Christian minority.
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