Does Korea have a constitution?No one gave an answer and we all admitted we didn't exactly know. I felt really like a dumbass for not knowing considering I have been living here one year and studied Korean art when I was in college. But I had the feeling the answer was yes.
So when I got home I did a quick Wikipedia search and found the answer. They indeed have a constitution.
The South Korean government's structure is determined by the Constitution of the Republic of Korea. This document has been revised several times since its first promulgation in 1948Now when someone out of the blue asks me that again I have an answer, and hopefully you will too. This also makes me feel like I should stop being such a passive person and get into the history, politics and social structure of the place I am living in. First I should stop reading so many blogs all the time, unless of course they are blogs that can teach me something. ;)