I've been putting the contents of a Christmas present - a packet of multiple stamps - into albums and noticed there is only one page for Korean stamps, North and South. I just wondered why they occupy the same page with no differentiation between the two countries.
For me at least, the answer is that without seeing the album that you have, it's not really possible to answer the question. If you are really concerned about this, can you either post some images of what you are seeing or provide more details?
Without seeing anything, the only guess I can come up with is that it's either a very old album that pre-dates the division between North and South Korea, or it is an album for kids, beginners, or casual collectors that would simply combine countries onto the same page just to save space.
But that is pure speculation without any specific info. I hope this may help a little.
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