Korea as a Collective Country

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Find one example that you can describe Korea as a collective country and explain why.

Description

Different countries around the globe have various cultural practices and norms. Some countries have values and principles that they follow as a nation, while others are divided into smaller tribes which practice their unique values ranging from religion, language, foods, and the way of clothing among others. There are many dimensions of culture that do exist, and one aspect that is mostly studied is the concept of collectivism and individualism. Korea is a collective country since it lays more emphasis on the needs of the family, work, and community instead of the needs and desires of individual citizens.