How far is South-Korea from the North Pole? South-Korea is located 3,738.58 mi (6,016.67 km) south of the North Pole.Equator: 2,481.76 mi (3,994.01 km)
How far is South-Korea from the equator and on what hemisphere is it? South-Korea is 2,481.76 mi (3,994.01 km) north of the equator, so it is located in the northern hemisphere.South pole: 8,701.69 mi (14,004.02 km)
How far is it from South-Korea to the South Pole? From South-Korea to the South Pole, it is 8,701.69 mi (14,004.02 km) in the north.Antipode: -35.907757,-52.233078
Where do I get to when I dig a hole in South-Korea through the centre of the earth? This is the point on the Earth's surface when you draw a straight line from South-Korea through the centre of the earth.Furthest cities from South-Korea
Which city (at least 500,000 inhabitants) is furthest away and what is the distance from South-Korea?
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