The Korean Peninsula can be found in East Asia, between Japan and China. It stretches into the Pacific Ocean between the East Sea and the Yellow Sea. The peninsula is shared by the two Koreas. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea occupies the northern part of the peninsula, while the southern section is the land of the People's Republic of Korea. The western and northern regions of the peninsula is more mountainous. The highest elevation is Mount Paektu (or Paektu-San) at 2,744 meters. It lies on the North-Korean-Chinese border.
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