Many people assume that North Korea and South Korea speak the same language, but that would not be a correct assumption. Language is alive and develops as societies develop. After more than seven decades of separation, North Korea and South Korea have a linguistic divide that continues to grow further apart. Many experts claim that North Korean is interesting for linguists because it’s essentially a country-wide experiment in isolation, evolving on a closed island, but that is not true.
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