Republic of Pyeonghwaloun

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Republic of Pyeonghwaloun
평화로운 공화국
Puppet state of St. John (2014)
Independent state (2014-2015)


2014 — 2015
 


Flag of Pyeonghwaloun.png
Flag (last)
Seal of Pyeonghwaloun.png
Seal (last)

Motto
다양성에 화합
(Unity in diversity)
(first)
기뻐하라!
(Rejoice)
(last)

Anthem
This Land Is Mine (Exodus) (first)
Maid with the Flaxen Hair (also known as Aegugga) (애국가) (last)

Capital cityPyeonghwaloun (first)
Official religion(s)Christianity
Short namePyeonghwaloun
GovernmentUnitary presidential republic
- PresidentWilliam T.
- Prime MinisterIndra H.
Established23 October 2014 (1st State)
20 December 2014 (2nd State)
Disestablished6 November 2014 (1st State)
7 April 2015 (2nd State)
CurrencyNone
Time zoneVarious (UTC +7 and +9)
National sportFutsal
National dishKimbap


The Republic of Pyeonghwaloun (Korean :평화로운 공화국) refers to two short-lived incarnations of two micronations the same name. One is the puppet state of St. John (also known with the designation of 1st Republic of Pyeonghwaloun) which was founded in October 2014 and joined Shima on the next month, while the second one is an independent micronation (also known with the designation of 2nd Republic of Pyeonghwaloun) founded on December 2014 and dissolved three months later.

Etymology

The word Pyeonghwaloun were ctaken from Korean word "평화로운" (transliaterated as pyeonghwaloun), which means "peaceful".

History

Pre-Pyeonghwaloun era

In 2014, several months before the founding of the Pyeonghwaloun, a "micronation" called the Kingdom of Persia was established in the region that later became Pyeonghwaloun. The kingdom, however, lasted for about one day.

1st Republic

The Republic of Pyeonghwaloun was founded as the puppet state of St.John on 23 October 2014. However, the nation fell inactive until its disestablishment in 6 November 2014. Pyeonghwaloun later joined with Shima.

2nd Republic

After the dissolution of Shima on 20 December 2014, Pyeonghwaloun were re-established as an independent nation from St. John, although William T., the Chairman of St. John at the time, ruled as the President of Pyeonghwaloun. Three months late after Pyeonghwaloun were re-established, Pyeonghwaloun fell into inactivity and dissolved on 7 April 2015.

Post-Pyeonghwaloun era

On 22 July 2015, the Empire of Yoko claimed the former region of Pyeonghwaloun as the Colony of Koto.

Government and politics

The politics of Pyeonghwaloun takes place in an presidential republic where the President has full power over the nation. Although the President supposed to take office for 5 years and can be re-elected once, there are no elections held due to the short-liveness of the micronation. Pyeonghwaloun as a unicameral parliament, which for the rest of the parliament's existence, not dominated by any party.

Foreign relations

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While being ignored by both St. John (the former state responsible for Pyeonghwaloun) and the rest of Indonesian sector, the 2nd Republic of Pyeonghwaloun had mutual recognition and diplomatic relationships with Hashima, and Dikameppra until it was disestablished. Pyeonghwaloun was also the first and only non-founding member state of the International Micronational Society, a short-lived micronational organisation.