You can find on this page the South Korea (ROK) satellite map to print and to download in PDF. The South Korea (ROK) map from satellite presents new pictures of South Korea (ROK) as seen from the sky in Asia.

South Korea (ROK) satellite map

Map of South Korea (ROK) from satellite

The South Korea (ROK) satellite map shows new pictures of South Korea (ROK) as seen from the sky. This satellite map of South Korea (ROK) will allow you to visit the country South Korea (ROK) in Asia as seen from the sky. The South Korea (ROK) satellite map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Korean Peninsula extends southward from the northeast part of the Asian continental landmass. The Japanese islands of Honshū and Kyūshū are located some 200 kilometers to the southeast across the Korea Strait; the Shandong Peninsula of China lies 190 kilometers to the west as its mentioned in South Korea (ROK) satellite map. The west coast of South Korea (ROK) is bordered by the Korea Bay to the north and the Yellow Sea and Korea Strait to the south; the east coast is bordered by the Sea of Japan.

The 8,640-kilometer coastline of South Korea (ROK) is highly indented. Some 3,579 islands lie adjacent to the peninsula. Most of them are found along the south and west coasts. The line between the two Korean states was the thirty-eighth parallel of latitude as you can see in South Korea (ROK) satellite map. After the Korean War, the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) formed the boundary between the two. The DMZ is a heavily guarded, 4,000-meter-wide strip of land that runs along the Demarcation line established by the Korean Armistice Agreement, from the east to the west coasts for a distance of 241 kilometers (238 kilometers of that line form the land boundary with North Korea).

The total land area of South Korea (ROK) peninsula, including the islands, is 223,170 square kilometers as its shown in South Korea (ROK) satellite map. Some 44.6 percent (98,477 square kilometers) of this total, excluding the area within the DMZ, constitutes the territory of the Republic of Korea. The combined territories of North Korea and South Korea are about the same size as the state of Minnesota. South Korea alone is about the size of Portugal or Hungary.