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North Korea because it is a communist Dictatorship.

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Q: Which Korea does the us not like?
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Did North Korea hates us?

Yes North Korea does not like the US mainly because of the country's involvement in the Korean War between North and South Korea.

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you cannot determine like word "like" 'cause they were same nation before, back in history. but, they do help north Korea though... but they also don't like, because of the weapon they have, nuclear..

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