Is there any country with a terrible terrain than Korea?Generally all Flat land is less than 30% and Seoul is a basin surrounded by four large mountains, and 1/3 of Seoul is a mountain.Even except for Seoul, Pyongyang, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Daejeon, Haeju, Hamheung, Sinuiju, Gwangju, Gangneung, Cheongjin etc Literally All big city has a big mountain>Comprehensively In the summer, the heat exceeds 37~38 degrees, and in the winter, the cold temperatures exceed -20 degrees. In addition The terrain is full of mountains + China's smog dominates the Korean sky and is threatened by natural disasters such as typhoons and earthquakes.Is this really land where people can live?If God exists, I want to wear thorny steel gloves and beat his(her) face.You should consider not being born in Korea as your best luck
>>140071350their land is poo with a lot of disasters.
I wish we had mountains here in the Netherlands
>>140071271at least you can use it as parks, cities need some green in it>>140071350seems like korea is much densely populated
>>140071271>Is there any country with a terrible terrain than Korea?hungary
>>140071812You are missing a few provinces.
>>140071812seems alright. Didn't know Slovakia was that mountainous
>>14007219290% of the country looks like pic related
>>140071805>seems like korea is much densely populatedThey're probably are, but korea isn't situated near 4 tectonics plates and doesn't have to worry about earthquake as much.
>>140071271wait till he hears about Chad
>>140072326Looks like Mongolia
>>140072326good for farmings, and much room for refugees
>>140071812Hungary is just begging to be partitioned.Imagine the Danube as an international border between West Hungary and East Hungary.The capitals will be called Nyugat-Budapest and Kelet-Budapest.
>>140072490>and much room for refugeesno>>140072621you will get balkanized sooner, my friend
>>140072621It was already partitionPlease stop bullying small nations.
>>140071271>Oh no too many mountains uwuStop being a cuck and climb them
Greece is quite hilly and mountainous too
>>140071271Brazil has so many mountains and depressions, that we don't have trainlines, and made dams are super-easy to made...
>>140071812>similar landmass>180° different terrainWow.And don’t be a whiny cunt. Imagine the agricultural output with the right technology and policies. If South Korea had the same terrain as yours then it could even sustain a population reaching 100 million. If only. Then we wouldnt have to be a sandbag for our neighbors.
>>140073359i didn't say it wasn't good for agriculture, its just depressing to live in
>>140071271Yes. Any poor inland province in China. Chances are it's full of mountains and lack of good land.
I actually like it here, just posting the NL map
>>140073853I've only been to Budapest, which is a very nice city with beautiful buildings. I guess the rest of the country is pretty meh compared?
>>140073853So you are saying it is depressing to live in because it lacks scenery? Just travel to another Euro country mate. You belong to Schengen zone. The Tatras and the Carpathians are not far from your home.>>140073961The Loess Plateau isn’t technically mountainous but that area is desolate and poor, because early cultivation has exhausted its environment so seriously it already saw depopulation in the medieval times.
>>140074564I mean there are big cities in the Alföld (the flat part) too, and they are just as beautiful as Budapest, and there are parts of the country that have nice scenery, Alföld is just really boring overall.
>>140074164Why are the urban areas so dispersed?
>>140075868We are a country many small cities, rather than 1 or a few really large onesAlltough u could view the Randstad as 1 giant megalopolis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randstad
>>140075868Because their entire country is flat. Urban areas do not need to be centered in a small corner like in South Korea. Western Germany and Belgium is like this too. You have cities and towns scattered across the endless croplands like islands in an ocean, and they are so close you can just walk from one town to another.