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Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie
Special administrative territory
Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan Special Administrative Territory
Wilayah Pentadbiran Khas Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan
Irish: Éirinneaspáinneach tTaemhuanais an Oirthir, Naomh Eoin, Ródas agus Dubhghusa
French-Alexandrian: Irelandehispanique temuane orientale, Saint-Jean, Rhodes et Ducie
Sangunese: 東方イスパニョー日 テムファン、聖蔭、薔薇嶋とデュシー
Hepburn Rōmaji: Tōhōisupanyōhi Temufan, Hijirikage, Bara-shima to De~yushī
Romansh: l'Hispagnoirlanda l'Orient Taemhvan, Son-Gion, Tgan'min ed il'Tusi

Motto"言葉の国、共有の国"  (Sangunese )
(English: "Land of speech, land of sharing"
Anthem: Taemhwanian Psalm
Location of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan territory (red) within Phinbella
Sovereign state Phinbella Phinbella
Taemhwanian Autonomous Region 14 November -4BP
Republic declared 27 February RP 2600
Taemhwanian declaration of Independence 23 July RP 2600
Government moved to Ҭvuҟovarь 7 December RP 2610
Act on the Autonomy and Self-government 21 October RP 2614
Phinbellan occupationc 19 August RP 2615
Dayton Agreement 14 December RP 2615
Taemhwanian Authority formed 14 December RP 2615
Special administrative territory 1 October RP 2619
Proclaimed capital Ҭvuҟovarьa
Administrative center Prizrena
Largest city Kéijō
Official languages Englishb
Recognized regional languages
National language Irish (Taemhwanian Irish)
Ethnic groups
(1730 AN)
44.2% Folk religion
21.3% Taoism
19.2% Buddhism
5.5% Christianity
9.8% Other
Demonym Taemhwanian
Government Devolved executive-led government within a Federal parliamentary republic
 • Chief Executive TBA
 • Administration and Justice Secretary TBA
 • Council President TBA
 • Chief Justice TBA
Legislature Legislative Council
Phinbella Federal Legislative Assembly
 • Senate 2 senators (of 348)
 • National Assembly 2 seats (of 132)
 • Total 87,214 km2 (33,674 sq mi)
Highest elevation 1,628 m (5,341 ft)
 • Total 5,694,718
 • Density 65/km2 (170/sq mi)
Currency Phinbellan florin (ðƒ) (PHF)
Time zone CMT+5:20 (PPT)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Mains electricity 220 V–50 Hz
Driving side left
Calling code +687
Internet TLD .thw
License plate prefixes None for local vehicles, PTH for cross-boundary vehicles
a. Ҭvuҟovarь is the capital and Prizren is the administrative centre of Republic of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie.
b. English are official languages
c. Settled by the Phinbella following the Oriental Taemhwan dispute.
d. 4,792,500 is the estimate given for the population of Taemhwan territories based on comparative study of population growth since 2819, the date when the last census took place in Oriental Taemhwan. 100,000 is the estimated number of people living in the Kantazai Hizyumpokan in territorial border where the ROHT is headquartered.
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Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie (Sangunese: 東方イスパニョー日 テムファン、聖蔭、薔薇嶋とデュシー, translit.: Tōhōisupanyōhi Temufan, Hijirikage, Bara-shima to De~yushī?, Hoennese: ‮東方西愛塞、聖蔭、薔薇嶋、鬪氏‬, Tonbansēze, Sen'un, Chanmiɂ, Tusi; Irish: Éirinneaspáinneach tTaemhuanais an Oirthir, Naomh Eoin, Ródas agus Dubhghusa; French-Alexandrian: Irelandehispanique temuane orientale, Saint-Jean, Rhodes et Ducie; Romansh: l'Hispagnoirlanda l'Orient Taemhvan, Son-Gion, Tgan'min ed il'Tusi), officially the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan Special Administrative Territory (Sangunese: 東方イスパニョー日 テムファン特別行政区域, translit.: Tōhōisupanyōhi Temufan Tokubetsu Gyōsei Kuiki?, Phineaner: Wilayah Pentadbiran Khas Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan; Irish: Críoch Speisialta Riaracháin é Éirinneaspáinneach tTaemhuanais an Oirthir; French-Alexandrian: Territoire administrative spéciale de l'Irelandehispanique temuane orientale; abbr. Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan SAT, Oriental Taemhwan SAT or OT-SAT) is a special administrative territory in Phinbella, it borders the Free area of the Federation, which is bordered with the territories of the Orange Free State, Kantō-shū Islands, Politama, Turku and Hōri, Drusselstein, Manschūhōria, Tanintʃhourim, Federal Special Capital Territory, Dindings and the Straits Settlements, it's also borders the Tri-State Area, Forajasakian states of Sikinand Barbara to the west and states of Tabui and Shintaro to the east, as well as the Isles of Caputia region of Nouvelle Alexandrie to the north. It is one of the four special administrative territories of the Federal Republic of Phinbella, the others are the territory of Kota Hilir, Tri-State Area and Tanah Baharu. Its capital and the largest city is Ҭvuҟovarь, but its administrative center is in Prizren, although Prizren is 62 kilometers from Ҭvuҟovarь yet this administrative center is under the enclaved Ҭvuҟovarь district. Other major cities include Kéijō, Sendai, Toyohara, Daïren, Martin-de-Viviès, Sungai Tomoskipi, Dohoi City and Cileungos.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie has a land area of 87,214 square kilometers and is divided into 14 regions and 4 territorial units. The ten districts are known as Rhodes, Sakia no Hamura, Ducie, Dohoi, Rōmandie, Ҭvuҟovarь, Tsunadenai, Ïeu'ryádoche, Itsunomi Mountains, Ssamaritan Islands, Karafuto and Fōča and all are under the territorial unit of the Taemhwanian Mainlands, and the other 3 territorial units are known as Frontier Settlements Area, SSS Islands and Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie were declared as a sovereign states by the Politario Front and claimed its territory in RP 2615, yet Phinbella had occupied the territory and became part of Phinbella through the Accord of Noumeas, achieving MCS recognition as part of the Federal Republic of Phinbella becomes an autonomous entity or a sovereign occupied entity.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie have their own diversity of languages ​​and cultures, almost the same as Phinbella, where they come from various origins and differ according to their respective linguistic regions. With a multicultural population and aware of the need to respect the cultural identity of the main ethnic groups in the country, Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan has five national languages ​​and each has its own vernacular. The Irish language in Oriental Taemhwan is the one widely used throughout its territory because the majority of the population is Taemhwanian Irish, while Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is divided into four main linguistic regions: Phineaner, French-Alexandrian, Sangunese and Romansh. However the majority of the population in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan speak English as a lingua franca and most public services are available only in Common Tongue. Taemhwanian identity is rooted in a common historical background, shared values ​​such as federalism (as a former federated entity and the new special administrative territory of Phinbella) and direct democracy. This identity spanning language, ethnic group, and religion has caused many to consider Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan as a willing region compared to the other entities, territories and special administrative territories that are considered nation-entities. Multiracialism is enshrined in the constitution of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan and continues to shape national policy in education, housing, and politics.



Situated in Western Keltia, Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie are located in the Lehant area of the Cyberia Islands, except Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō which are located close to Maritime Kachi Kochi. Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie are located between 19° to 27° north and 63° to 74° east. Most of the areas in the province are hilly including on Daïren Island and the rest are areas of fertile farmland, and the rest are also high mountainous areas in the north. Some districts in the Taemhwanian Mainland and the Terre Adélie district are landlocked. The region is bound by the Isles of Caputia region to the north, Forajasaki to the west, the Free area of the Federation to the west and south by land, and the Passas region to the northeast and east by sea.

Mount Golan Taemhwan, Dohoi during summer.

Oriental Taemhwan has a mountain range to the north, it is known as the Tokidokian Mountains, and that is where the highest peak in this region is located and is located near Dohoi, which is the Mount Golan Taemhwan which is 3,218 meters high, and another highest peak is Mount Yooichi whose height is 2,804 meters and located in Hidemichi Town.


The entire territory of the region has a varied climate in each of its districts, and is generally a highland tropics and a marine tropics, as well as subarctic climates. The districts of Rodas and Daïren Island are subtropical, the Tokidokian Mountains and most of the Rōmandie region are temperate.

Government and politics

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is part of Phinbella as the special administrative territory, with executive, legislative and judicial powers devolved from the federal government. The Phinbellan-Taemhwanian Joint Offer Relating of the Special Status on the Taemhwanian Territory provided for economic and administrative continuity through the transfer of status within the Phinbellan sovereignty under the Phineonesian Confederation, resulting in an executive-led system of government that was largely inherited from the Swiss-influenced administrative system with some influence from the Florian system. Under this term and the principle of "one country, two systems", the Basic Law of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is a regional constitution, replacing the previous constitution when the region was the autonomous entity of Phinbella which was later dissolved. As a special administrative territory, the regional government is divided into three branches:

  • Executive: As a successor to the position of President and Premier in this region, the Chief Executive of the Oriental Taemhwan is the head of the region and at the same time as the head of government, responsible for enforcing regional laws, can force the reconsideration of legislation, and appoints seven members of the Cabinet Council and principal officials. The Chief Executive also acts in presiding over the government and performing representative functions. Acting with the Cabinet Council, the Chief Executive-in-Council can propose new bills, issue subordinate legislation, and have the power to dissolve the legislature. In a state of emergency or public danger, the Chief Executive-in-Council is further empowered to enact any regulations necessary to restore public order in Oriental Taemhwan whether throughout its territory or at the district level.
  • Legislature: The unicameral Legislative Council enacts regional laws, approves regional budgets, and has the power to impeach the sitting chief executive. The Legislative Council has replaced the defunct entity-era Parliament which is also unicameral.
  • Judiciary: The judicial organ in Oriental Taemhwan is divided into two, namely the Court of Final Appeal which is the highest court and the State Court which is the lowest court. It interprets the Basic Law and other laws and decrees, judges administrative suits and disciplines public functions. These two courts act to interpret laws and invalidate laws that are inconsistent with the Basic Law. Judges are appointed by the chief executive on the advice of a recommendation commission.

The Chief Executive is the head of government of this region and he serves in his position for a maximum of two terms of two years or twenty four months. The Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan Election Committee, which consists of 1240 business, community and government leaders nominate candidates for the chief executive and the President of the Federal Republic of Phinbella as the head of the federation appoints the chief executive with the advice of the Chairman of the Council of Ministers after his nomination.

Phinbellan law generally does not apply in the region, even when the region is an autonomous entity, and Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is considered a separate jurisdiction. Its judicial system is based on common law, continuing a legal tradition that is a mixture of Swiss, Britannic and Sangunese influences. Local courts may refer to established precedents in Swiss or Sangunese law and foreign legislation. However after Oriental Taemhwan became a special administrative territory, the federal level criminal procedure law applies to cases investigated by the Federal Government's National Security Protection Office in OT-SAT. The power of interpretation and amendment of the Basic Law and jurisdiction over national actions rests with the federal authorities, however, making the regional courts ultimately subject to the federal common law system.

The territory's jurisdictional independence is most evident in its immigration and taxation policies. The Department of Immigration in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan established as a separate immigration enforcement body, issues passports for permanent residents different from the Free area of the Federation or the other three special administrative territories, and the region maintains controlled borders with the rest of the country. All travelers between Oriental Taemhwan and the Free area of the Federation and from Kota Hilir or the Tri-State Area must pass through border control, regardless of nationality. Phinbellan citizens in the Free area of the Federation do not have the right of abode in the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan and are subject to immigration control. Public finances are managed separately from the federal government; The tax levied in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan does not finance the federal authorities.

Through the Phinbellan-Taemhwanian Joint Offer Relating of the Special Status on the Taemhwanian Territory, in the fourth and thirteenth points of the offer, Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan has its own military force, the Army of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, established in the -20BPs, the task this military force is to maintain the public safety of the Taemhwanian population as long as it does not pose a threat to the Federation, mostly composed of military, Phinbellan citizens residing in the region, men aged from 16 to 38 (in exceptional cases up to 55) years. Meanwhile, the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan Garrison of the Phinbellan Armed Forces was established after this region was the special administrative territory, this garrison is responsible for the sovereign defense of the region within the Phineonesian Confederation. Although the President of Phinbella is the supreme commander of the armed forces, the provincial government and the Army of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan can ask for help from the garrison. Residents of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan have to do military service with the Army of the Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan and not with the garrison, and the current law has no provision for local registration, so the sovereign defense of the region is made up entirely of non-Taemhwanians.

Direct democracy

Administrative divisions

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie are divided into eighteen administrative districts, it is always known as "district" or "province", even these two terms can be combined at once, formally Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan have twelve administrative districts are collectively forming the territorial unit known as the Taemhwanian Mainlands, and there formally three other autonomous territory units namely the Taemhwanian Frontier Settlements Area, SSS Islands and Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō. Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō has now been transferred to the territorial administration of Maritime Kachi Kochi. The districts in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan are divided into 147 mukims or communes, and the new six districts are divided into 27 administered cities and 10 townships and will also be divided into 207 villages. Each districts also has a tribal senate and is divided into tribal areas, this administrative unit exists for the affairs of the indigenous tribes living within the districts. The districts or provinces in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is a federal administrative unit. They have a fixed legal status. Under the Basic Law, all 18 districts are equal, and each district or province has its own constitution and its own parliament, government, police and courts known as provincial courts. However, great differences define individual districts, especially in terms of population and geographic area.

Overview of administrative divisions of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan v · d · e
Federal Republic of Phinbella
Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, Saint John, Rhodes and Ducie
Administrative districts Autonomous territorial units
Districts Tribal senates
Mukims/Communes Mountain indigenous districts District-administered cities Townships Tribal areas
Flag Administrative divisions Administrative
Counties/Districts Communes Population
Hāfu White Phineaner Sangunese Other Total note
Ҭvuҟovarь District Ҭvuҟovarь a
Dohoi District Dohoi
Saint John District Kuala Haifa
Itsunomi Mountains District
Fōča District Fōča
Tsunadenai District
Ïeu'ryádoche District
Ducie District
Sakia no Hamura District
Ssamaritan Islands District Sendai
Rōmandie District Cileungos Sungai Tomoskipi
Rhodes and Karafuto Area District Daïren Dianaville
Sriepska Krajina District Tanah Commodore Kinoin
Isla del Tropico District Anyer
Héi'an District Martin-de-Viviès
Yapreay Islands District Charlotte Amalie
Scattered Islands of the Ieu'ryïan Strait District Kéijō 1,380,240 b
Spitsbergen and Islas Kelvina District Longyearbyen Korōru 3 290,391
^a Including over 200,000 Phineaners and 300,000 Taemhwanians in East Ҭvuҟovarь.
^b Taemhwanian citizens only.

National identity

Main article: Taemhwanian identity

Political reform and sociopolitical issues


Fishing village in Sendai, Ssamaritan Islands illuminated by lamps during the blue hour. Agriculture is a major economic sector in Oriental Taemhwan, along with services and manufacturing.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan GDP Share by Sector (RP 2617)

  Manufacturing (42.82%)
  Services (27.42%)
  Agriculture (14.34%)
  Real estate (7.42%)
  Electricity, gas and water supply (4.81%)
  Construction (3.19%)

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, in monetary union with the Free area of the Federation and other three special administrative territories, uses the Phinbellan florin (ðƒ). This currency is pegged at par with the Forajasakian ringgit and also with the Craitish cräite where one florin is exchanged at a rate of Cr0.92 per unit. Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is an S.A.T. that has the largest economy but ranks second in Phinbella according to nominal Gross Domestic Product, after the Free area of the Federation which ranks first. According to Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan has the fourth largest economy. The labor force in Oriental Taemhwan is the highest in Phinbella in RP 2616, compared to the labor force in other entities and territories in Phinbella, and consists of 3.6 million workers. The unemployment rate in Oriental Taemhwan is the lowest at around 2.5 percent. Meanwhile, the poverty rate was recorded as 14.2 percent of the population. The economy of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan represents 38.91 percent of the total GDP of Phinbella. Although Ҭvuҟovarь is a capital and administrative center for this region, Kéijō which is in the district of the Scattered Islands of the Ieu'ryïan Strait is an economic and industrial center as well as the largest city in this region. Kéijō itself and Prizren are cities in Oriental Taemhwan that are considered global cities for Phinbella, in addition to other cities in Phinbella that are also considered as such in particular. Dohoi is the capital of the pharmaceutical industry in Oriental Taemhwan.

According to financial records released in RP 2618, Scattered Islands of the Ieu'ryïan Strait has the highest GDP per capita in this region, ahead of the city of Ҭvuҟovarь and the Ssamaritan Islands district. According to Credit of Taemhwan, only about 49.5 percent of the population owns their own house, one of the highest home ownership rates in the Phineonesian Confederation, which at the same time can compete with the State of Kuala Forajasaki in Forajasaki, Cyberaya and Straits Settlements. The price level of housing and food is at the lowest level, almost on par with other entities in Phinbella.

Previously, Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan had a dominant agrarian economy until the early RP 2600s. Currently, the economy of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan has been dominated by and depending on the manufacturing and service sectors and tourism industry and is the main economic sector in this region, but the agricultural and fishing sectors are still continuing and able to generate the economy. In early RP 2613, the Taemhwanian government established the Taemhwanian Investment Management Center (Pusat Pengurusan Pelaburan Taemhwan) to be the contact center for investors in the main sectors. The manufacturing sector which contributes to 42.82 percent to the region's gross domestic product is the most important economic sector in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan. Manufacturing largely consists of the production of specialist chemicals, health and pharmaceutical goods, smartphones, computers, scientific and precision measuring instruments and musical instruments. The second economic sector which is services is another important one, it is dominated by banking and insurance, and also the tourism industry. Exported services amount to one third of Taemhwanian exports.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is the third largest importer and exporter in Phinbella in RP 2617, and also the sixth largest in the Phineonesian Confederation. Its main exports are foodstuffs such as rice, fish and livestock, fossil fuels, medicines, precision instruments/watches, semiconductors and motor vehicles. While the main imports of Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan are machinery and equipment, vegetables, mineral products, chemicals and raw materials. Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan's main export markets as of RP 2617 are Free area of the Federation as much as 20.9 percent, Tri-State Area (18.1 percent), Forajasaki (13.7 percent), Straits Settlements (11.04 percent) and also Sanpantul as much as 9.1 percent. While the main import markets for the same year are the Tri-State Area (19.7 percent), Straits Settlements (16.3 percent), Forajasaki (12.1 percent) and the Free area of the Federation (12.1 percent).

Due to having economic influence from Greater Sangun, that influence not only affects the Taemhwanian economy, but this influence can affect the economy of Phinbella as a whole. Because of that economic influence, there is a variant of Taemhwanian capitalism that has different characteristics, and it is common in the work environment in Oriental Taemhwan. As of RP 2616, Oriental Taemhwan has a large cooperative sector, with eight of Phinbella's twenty largest cooperatives including the largest consumer cooperative, the largest manufacturing cooperative and the largest agricultural cooperative which located in Oriental Taemhwan, and all of them are listed on the Negara Awan Stock Exchange. It ranks high for competitiveness and economic freedom in the Phineonesian Confederation, and likely ranks high for competitiveness in Micras.

From the beginning to the middle of RP 2618, the tourism industry in Oriental Taemhwan will contribute ðƒ186.14 billion or 14.04 percent to the gross domestic product of this region. Because of the TC-pop phenomenon involving non-Taemhwanian artists or artists of Taemhwanian descent in the Free area of the Federation, it can attract fans who can generate the economy of Oriental Taemhwan through the tourism industry. It could attract 8.42 million Phinbellan tourists and around 10 million international tourists by mid-RP 2618.

Taxation and government spending

Labour market

Agriculture and fishery

Industry and services

High-tech manufacturing

Cottage industry

The cottage industry is part of the manufacturing sector, it can also contribute to the economy especially in the Taemhwanian Phineaner-speaking area. This industry which uses traditional skills in the production of handicrafts such as batik, wood carving and songket weaving is also proven to generate income for this region.


Science and technology




Main article: Taemhwanians
Historical populations
-30BP 765,472—    
-23BP 988,700+29.2%
-17BP 1,283,710+29.8%
-11BP 1,673,728+30.4%
-7BP 2,097,172+25.3%
-5BP 2,578,440+22.9%
-1BP 2,901,820+12.5%
RP 2603 3,378,491+16.4%
RP 2607 3,892,370+15.2%
RP 2610 3,999,210+2.7%
RP 2612 4,092,769+2.3%
RP 2615 4,792,500+17.1%
RP 2617 5,494,200+14.6%

At the last census of RP 2617, Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan had a population of 5,494,200 people. Of these, 3,809,712 people live in the Taemhwanian Mainlands, 1,380,240 people live in the Taemhwanian Frontier Settlements Area, 290,391 people live in the SSS Islands and 13,857 people live in Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō. Population growth has been rapid recently with an increase of 14.6% between RP 2615 and RP 2617. Population growth was higher in the Taemhwanian Mainlands and in the Taemhwanian Frontier Settlements Area than in the SSS Islands and Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō. A small number of foreign residents make up the remainder. In the recent past, a large number of foreign workers who came from nearby neighboring countries, including from Forajasaki, lived in Oriental Taemhwan. In RP 2615, 82.5% of the total population of Oriental Taemhwan lived in urban areas.

In RP 2616, new data shows that the average overall life expectancy in Oriental Taemhwan at birth is 82.5 years. Oriental Taemhwan is the fastest aging S.A.T. in Phinbella, can compare the rate of elderly people in the Free area of the Federation and other special administrative territories, and has the highest rate of elderly people of any special administrative territories or constituent country in the Phineonesian Confederation, which consists of a quarter of the total population. The total fertility rate in Oriental Taemhwan is, as of RP 2616, 4.82 children per mother— one of the highest, possibly in Micras. A total of 45 percent of Oriental Taemhwan's population is under the age of 18.

In the same census, it also recorded the number of live births in RP 2617 was as many as 989,872 babies who had been born, and also the number of deaths in the same year was as many as 15,081 people who had died, but it did not cause a lack of natural population in Oriental Taemhwan .

Ethnic groups

Ethnic Groups in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan (RP 2617 Census)
Ethnic Groups percent
Hāfu Taemhwanians
White Taemhwanians
Finns Taemhwanians
Circassian Taemhwanians
Scattered Islands Frontier Creole
Phineaner Taemhwanians
Sangunese Taemhwanians
Others and expatriats

In the RP 2617 census, as much as 37.42% of the population of Oriental Taemhwan was reported to belong to the Hāfu Taemhwanian community which is a multi-racial community in Oriental Taemhwan, this community is mostly mixed between Westerners and Phineaner, Sangunese or other ethnic groups, this community increased from 35.1% in RP 2615 census. 11.41% of the population belongs to the White Taemhwanian community (down from 12% in the RP 2615 census), the white community or Westerners in Oriental Taemhwan consists of the Irish, Irish Travelers, some French-speaking communities such as the Huguenots, Ïeu'ryádoches and Cajuns, the Martino-speaking Isleños and also the Taemhwanian Jews. Most of the people known as "Taemhwanian" are considered to be of Eurphinonesian or Western ethnicity.

Other self-reported communities in Oriental Taemhwan are Finns or Yaarish (8.5% of the total population, down from 9.5% in the RP 2615 census), Yapreayans (8.14% of the total population, up from 7.9%), Circassians (6.1% of the total population, same as RP 2615), Scattered Islands Frontier Creole which is a Creole or Eurphinonesian community that is native to the Taemhwanian Frontier Settlements Area (4.84% of the total population, up from 4.74%), Phineaners (4.23% of the total population), Sangunese including Taemhwanian Islanders Sangunese (3.98% of the total population, up from 3.75%), Ssamaritans (3.74% of the total population) and Romansh (1.85% of the total population).

The rest of about 9.79 percent of the population in Oriental Taemhwan belong to other communities, among the communities categorized as other communities are Hoklos, Arbors, Taesongeans, Javanese, Sundanese, Madurese, Armenians, Bataks, Eldians, Bugis, Tabuese, Indokistanis and Pakistanis. A total of 4.71 percent are expatriates working in Oriental Taemhwan. The question about belonging to the community, which was omitted from the RP 2610 census, was reintroduced in RP 2615 under a new formulation, different from the -1BP census, allowing for multiple choices (mixed race) and the possibility to clarify the "other" choice.

The Hāfu Taemhwanian community, part of the Eurphineonesian group, forms the majority in this region, and this community is native to this region. This community has emerged since the -40BPs, and usually has a mixed ancestry between the Phineaner or Sangunese community and the Westerner community, the black community or the expatriate community, or a mixture between the Phineaner or indigenous and Sangunese, or mixed with a significant Sino-Keltian community. According to the RP 2617 census, the Hāfu Taemhwanian community forms the majority of the population as many as 1,184,935 people in the Taemhwanian French-speaking area and as many as 723,171 people in the Taemhwanian Phineaner-speaking area, while as many as 147,824 Hāfu people are in the Taemhwanian Sangunese-speaking area. The Hāfu community tends to have a relatively high socio-economic status, perhaps higher than the Phineaner and Sangunese communities.

Westerners first settled in Oriental Taemhwan between the -70BPs and -40BPs to explore the land such as building their settlements and estates here, some also came to this region to open settlements to trade, and there were also those of Western descent settled here when they exiled and given land to live on. According to the RP 2617 census, of the 626,888 Westerners in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan, 549,871 people were native-born, while 23,941 people were born in several territories in the Free area of the Federation, 9,542 were born in Forajasaki, 3,198 people were born in Niuē i Taman Lawang, 1,495 people were born in the Special Administrative Territories and the rest 20,641 people were born in other countries in Keltian mainland and 18,200 people were born abroad especially in Apollonia and Eura. The White Taemhwanian community is divided into several groups: Irish Taemhwanians are a community of Irish descent living or born in Oriental Taemhwan, about 32 percent of White Taemhwanians who claim to have partial or exclusive Irish descent. Taemhwanian Huguenots are usually defined as a society that adheres to Calvinism where the community first appeared in the late -60BPs since a group of Huguenot refugees arrived in Oriental Taemhwan. The Taemhwanian Huguenot community began to adapt and mix their ancestral culture with the local culture in Oriental Taemhwan. Ïeu'ryádoches are usually defined as those who were born in this region, mostly born in a region named after this community, and also have ancestral ties that reach back to the early settlers of Westerners especially the Alexandrian-speaking settlers. They usually live in rural areas on the coast of the Ïeu'ryián Strait and also in the region of Ïeu'ryádoches in particular, those areas where many continue to run large cattle properties in Oriental Taemhwan.

The difference with the Ïeu'ryádoches is that they have their own culture because they were born in the Ïeu'ryádoche region from a family that has settled in the region more recently, whereas the Taemhwanian Huguenots are an ethno-religious group that adapted the local culture. Other Alexandrian-speaking communities or other Westerner communities who came and settled in Oriental Taemhwan are likely to have some who prefer to live in Taemhwanian Phineaner and Sangunese-speaking areas compared to those living in Taemhwanian French-speaking areas, having their origins in their homeland such as Taemhwanian Cajuns and Taemhwanian Isleños and it is possible that they mixed with other communities. The Taemhwanian Cajun community is not exempt from mixing with other communities, usually these communities live in suburban and rural areas, while Isleños live in coastal or island areas. There is also a community of about 10,000 Taemhwanian Jews, most of whom are of Ashkenatzi descent who came from Ashkenatza, and the rest are of Sephardi descent; some of them assimilated with the Hāfu, Westerner and Phineaner communities, or even with the Scattered Islander and Ssamaritan communities.

The Phineaner Taemhwanians are the second most dominant ethnic group in the Phineaner-speaking area after the Hāfu Taemhwanians. They speak Taemhwanian Phineaner which is distinguished from standard Phineaner as well as other varieties of Phineaner in Phinbella by its unique grammar, pronunciation and idioms, it also has similarities to Barbarite Phineaner. It also speaks Scattered Frontier Creole Phineaner which is a Taemhwanian Phineaner-based creole. Besides the Taemhwanian Phineaner, because other bumiputera communities assimilated with the Taemhwanian Phineaners including the Arbor community, they also speak their mother tongues. As in the constitution of Oriental Taemhwan and also the Federal Republic of Phinbella, Phineaners are predominally Umraist, but different in other entities in Phinbella, there is also a percentage of Taemhwanian Phineaners who follow other religions due to intermarriage or assimilation with other ethnic groups.


The map of distribution of the national languages in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan in RP 2618

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan has five spoken languages, usually Irish is widely spoken in this region as a first language and a small population as a second language, and it is spoken by the Taemhwanian Irish community only and also 54.8 percent of its population in 2022; followed by Alexandrian by 21.74%; Phineaner (14.38%); and Sangunese (8.51%). The last spoken language of this region which is Romansh by 0.57% of the population is spoken locally in the multilingual districts of Rhodes and Karafuto, it was also once the national language of Phinbella because it is also spoken in several territories in the Free area of the Federation. Irish is only designated in the Taemhwanian constitution as the national language, while Alexandrian, Phineaner, Sangunese and Romansh are only made official languages ​​at the district level. But the four spoken languages ​​are designated as official languages ​​in Article 70 if the authorities communicate with people who speak those four languages. However, the official language for government affairs, laws and other official acts is Common Tongue, while road signs in this region use Phineaner like most in Phinbella (as the official and national language in Phinbella), in addition to using it with their spoken language in this region.

Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan is divided into four linguistic regions where the people speak their own languages, although Irish is spoken as a whole as the national language. Linguistic regions in Oriental Taemhwan are usually scattered and some areas are bilingual, since (probably) the mainland is separated by areas administered by other entities or countries. These three linguistic regions are called the Phineaner-Eurphinonesian Taemhwanian (Phineaner-speaking area, because the majority is Hāfu), la Sakia et Romandie or Temuanois romande (Alexandrian-speaking area), Temufan Iurokei and Sangunese Rhodes (Sangunese-speaking area).

In RP 2612, the most spoken language at home among native Taemhwanians aged 14 and over is Taemhwanian Irish which is 44.84% of the population, Alexandrian (20.8%), Taemhwanian Phineaner (14.78%), Taemhwanian Sangunese (10.91% ), Standard Sangunese (5.12%) and also Standard Irish (3.55%). Other languages spoken at home in Oriental Taemhwan include Common Tongue (51.9%), Yapreayan (9.21%), Martino (6.9%), Scattered Frontier Creole (5.89%), Hokkien (4.2%) and Jing or Mandarin (3.91%) . Foreign languages spoken at home are reported to reach 24.84% according to the RP 2614 language study report. In the RP 2615 census, it was reported that 71.34 percent of permanent residents in Oriental Taemhwan often speak more than one language including their mother tongue.

The Taemhwanian government is obliged to communicate in the official language Common Tongue, but legislation in Oriental Taemhwan uses the national language and their spoken language, and simultaneous translation must be provided from and into Irish, Alexandrian, Phineaner and Sangunese.

The four Taemhwanian linguistic regions have their vernaculars, may be considered as dialects, they also have their local dialect forms. The role played by the dialect in each linguistic region varies dramatically: in the Phineaner-speaking region, the Taemhwanian Phineaner dialect has become the main dialect and has been prevalent among its speakers for decades, mainly used as their everyday language and also used in media includes its local drama and local pop music. Taemhwanian Phineaner has similarities with Barbarite Phineaner because of its vocabulary, the difference is that it has a strong influence and characteristic differences in both dialects. Although Taemhwanian Phineaner is the main Phineaner dialect variety in this region, a Taemhwanian Phineaner-based creole called Scattered Frontier Creole Phineaner where it differs from Taemhwanian Phineaner and is enriched by loanwords from Oranje Phineaner and Sangunese as well as several other languages, is characterized by "e" at the end of words (as in "red", [e]) and its "r", like the Alexandrian "r" ([ʁ]), this Phineaner creole is the most popular speech variety in the Phineaner-speaking region and also in the mainstream where it is often used in TC-pop songs that became popular since the late RP 2610s and early RP 2620s and is also often used in local poems. The Taemhwanian Standard Phineaner variety is almost always used instead of a dialect for written communication, and it is equated with the Phinbellan language, except that it has influences from Taemhwanian Phineaner itself, as well as from the Forajasakian and Indokistani varieties. In the Alexandrian-speaking region, there is a variety known as Taemhwanian Alexandrian, this dialect may have similarities with the Lac Glaceian language, and it has been established as a vernacular, and this variety is spoken by the Alexandrian-speaking White Taemhwanian community. While in the Sangunese-speaking region, Taemhwanian Sangunese is usually used as an official speech in the media, business and in casual conversation, in addition to the vernacular, another dialect spoken in the remote islands of this region, a Sangunese-based creole is also spoken, and usually mixed with Taemhwanian Phineaner and Common Tongue. Taemhwanian Sangunese and Sangunese-based creole among popular speech patterns and often used in TC-pop songs along with Taemhwanian Phineaner and Scattered Frontier Creole.

Learning one of the other national or vernacular languages is mandatory for all Taemhwanian students, just like in all of Phinbella where it is also mandatory to learn another national language, therefore many Taemhwanians should at least speak bilingually, especially those who belong to the group linguistic minority. Because the Taemhwanian-speaking regions are scattered and separated from each other, many speakers from the mother-tongue region will migrate throughout Oriental Taemhwan, and most vernacular speakers including Romansh migrate to Phineaner or Sangunese-speaking regions and non-Phineaner or non-Sangunese speaker Taemhwanian children born in those speaking regions can speak both Phineaner and Sangunese. In the case of communicating with each other, the Hafu and White communities prefer to speak in Irish or Common Tongue to communicate with speakers of other languages or other communities in this region, while Phineaner and Sangunese speakers including from the Hafu community prefer to speak both languages respectively. The use of Common Tongue in Oriental Taemhwan to communicate is very widespread, given the neutral status of Common Tongue. Common Tongue or Irish could possibly be set as the lingua franca in Oriental Taemhwan.


Religion in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan (age 15+, RP 2616-RP 2618)

  Roman Catholicism (32.82%)
  Methodism (7.0%)
  Calvinism (4.14%)
  Anglicanism (3.29%)
  Old Catholics (1.11%)
  Other Nazarenes (2.28%)
  Unaffiliated (17.48%)
  Umraism (8.92%)
  Shintoism (1.86%)
  Krishnism (1.47%)
  Karmaism (0.98%)
  Judaism (0.22%)
  Other religions (2.39%)
  Undetermined (1.09%)



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