Which country would win in a fight?

Posted by: UtherPenguin

1v1, no allies.

  • South Korea

  • Grorious Nippon

42% 5 votes
58% 7 votes
  • South Korea is more technologically advanced and developed. They also have a relatively large military

  • SK has been preparing to defend militarily against the massive NK military for decades. Japan is demilitarized with only 300,000 troops aprox. SK would probably win easily

  • Nihon ni Katsu

  • The sushi is better there

    Posted by: JE3380
  • North Korea would help japan, Forcing Chkna to as well.

  • Koreans might have better tech, but Japan has a larger army currently, more available applicants, more weapons, resources, population and size. Plus the Japanese have a clearer shot at hitting Seoul than the Koreans have with Tokyo.

  • Japan, they have better tech (besides nukes) and a larger standing army, and even if south korea wanted to, they don't have the man power to invade

    Posted by: BIGC
  • i will vote for japan.

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triangle.128k says2015-07-05T22:12:49.4737533-05:00
@greatkitteh No allies are allowed as stated in the title. Also, China (or Chkna) hates Japan if you didn't realize.
greatkitteh says2015-07-06T06:42:49.3627327-05:00
Eveb without direct Help, siuth korean armies will be divided. Siuth Korea's Cyber, Radar, Artillery, Spies, Equipment, And Troops are all going bebfotced to stretch Thin, SK Wiuld never risk a Low Sexruity defense.
triangle.128k says2015-07-06T10:18:02.0676161-05:00
But South Korea's technology is more advanced as opposed to Japan.
BIGC says2015-07-06T11:41:13.6700518-05:00
South korea's tech is not more advanced
greatkitteh says2015-07-06T17:00:43.8762091-05:00
SK's technology will still be divided, they can only strike Japan with half of the army, and split radars. Or else Glorius NORTH KOREAAAA will blitzkreg them.
rafalaf says2015-07-08T14:11:25.2155052-05:00
Well it matters. Who is fighting?

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