Portal:Korean diaspora

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The Korean diaspora (South Korea: Hangul재외국민; Hanja在外國民; RRJaeoe gugmin; lit. Overseas national or Hangul한국계 교민; Hanja韓國系僑民; RRHanguggye gyomin; lit. Korean immigrants; North Korea: Hangul해외국민; Hanja海外國民; RRHaeoe gugmin; lit. Overseas nation or Hangul한국계 동포; Hanja韓國過系同胞; RRHanguggye dongpo; lit. Korean compatriots) consists of around 7.4 million people, both descendants of early emigrants from the Korean Peninsula, as well as more recent emigres from Korea. Around 84.5% of overseas Koreans live in just Five countries: China, the United States, Japan, Canada and Australia. Other countries with greater than 0.5% Korean minorities include Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, The Philippines and Indonesia. All these figures include both permanent migrants and sojourners.

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