Geography Of Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia is between the Pacific and Indian ocean. It lies south of mainland China, and east of India. Split into two geographic regions, mainland Southeast Asia ( Indochina), and maritime Southeast Asia.
Mountains and Rivers Of Southeast Asia
Hkakabo Razi is the tallest mountain in Southeast Asia and is located in northern Myanmar in the state of Kachin. It is an outgrowing subrange of the Himalayan mountains. The Mekong river is Southeast Asia's most important river for its food and trading. It's one of the richest areas of biodiversity.
Geography of Korea
Korea is located is east Asia and is split between two different states: North Korea and South Korea. Korea borders China along the Amnok River and Russia along the Tumen River. North and South Korea are divided alond the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), which is where the two states are divided halfway along the 38th Parallel. This area acts as a buffer zone between the two, meaning no military activity can go between this area.
Mountains and Rivers of Korea
Both North and South Korea have a combination of over 100 mountains located all over the area. The tallest mountain in North Korea is the Baekdu Mountain, which rises to 9,019 ft. The tallest in South Korea is the Hallasan Mountain, which rises to 6,400 ft. There are a total of 16 rivers located within the Koreas that are used for trade and water supply. The water flows west due to its mountainous region, but some of them flow south, emptying into the Korea Strait. Others flow east into the East Korea Bay. The most important rivers in Korea include the Hantan River, Imjin River, Soyang River, and the Hongcheon River.