This photograph of much of the Korean peninsula was taken at a high oblique angle relative to "straight down." It presents a nice overview of the forests, rivers, and coasts of central Korea. See if you can identify some of the locations seen at higher resolution in the other shuttle images accessible via the Finder Map. North is to the upper right center.
NASA Shuttle photograph #STS040-0610-0022 (EarthRISE Archive)

Image of much of the Korean peninsula which was taken at a high oblique angle relative to "straight down."  Please have someone assist you with this.

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