South Korea 
Korean is the official language of both North and South Korea, and (along with Mandarin) of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in Manchuria area of China. Worldwide, there are up to 80 million speakers of the Korean language. South Korea has around 50 million speakers while North Korea around 23 million. Currently the country doesn't have a wikimedia chapter and the effort to established one is unknown.
한국어는 대한민국과 조선민주주의인민공화국의 공식 언어이며, 중국 대륙에서 만주 지역의 (표준 중국어와 함께) 연변 조선족 자치주의 언어입니다. 전세계적으로, 한국어의 8천만 이상의 화자있습니다. 대한민국에는 5천만 정도의 화자가 있으며, 반대로 조선민주주의인민공화국에는 2천 3백만 정도의 화자가 있습니다. 현재 해당 국가에는 위키미디아 지부가 없으며, 창립을 위한 활동은 미정입니다.
- Wikipedia | 위키백과
In January 2012 Korean language Wikipedia rank 18 out of 280 Wikipedia languages with 56,7 million page view. It has 750 active contributors (more than five edits per months) and 110 very active contributors (more than 100 edits per months) for December 2011. In December 2011, there were 1,680 women of all ages from South Korea who were interested in Wikipedia. In December 2011, according to Alexa, Wikipedia was ranked the 13th most popular site in the country..
- Volunteer projects, popularity, readership, and contribution
In May 2011, Wikipedia takes Jeongdong was held. Over 120 pictures were uploaded to Commons as part of the picture taking Wikipedia takes Jeongdong. In December 2011, according to Alexa, Wikibooks was ranked the 4,980th most popular site in the country.
- South Korean women perspective to free knowledge / 대한민국 여성 관점에서의 자유로운 지식
- Unknown / 미정
- Women in South Korea / 대한민국에서의 여성
- Women in South Korea have experienced great social change in recent years following the miracle on the Han River, the country's rapid economic growth under the capitalist dictator Pak Chung-hee, and resultant increases in women's education and rights. Despite recent moves in favor of equality, Korea remains a highly patriarchal society. By 1987 there were ten institutions of higher education for women including universities, colleges, and junior colleges; women accounted for approximately 28 percent of total enrollment in higher education. There were approximately 262,500 women students in colleges and universities in 1987. However, only about 16 percent of college and university teachers were women in 1987. The growing number of women receiving a college education has meant that their sex role differs from that of their mothers and grandmothers. Many college-educated women plan independent careers and challenge the right of parents to choose a marriage partner.
- The Foundation | 재단
Korea is one of the country that being visited part of WMF East Asia tour beside Japan and Philippines. During the December 2011 fundraising appeal, no Koreans, men or women, were featured are part of the appeal. During the 2011 Summer of Research, the WMF hired eight research fellows. Of these, only one was female, and she was from the United States. There were four males from American universities, The other researchers included men from a Japanese university, a Swiss university and a Canadian university. There were no research fellows, male or female, from this country.