I again forgot about the counter and thought this was asking how many dog parks are in Korea.
They should let us know that 개 is a counter and not just dog when we tap on the word....
개 is a general counter. If you ever forget the right counter word, just use 개 and people will get it. I've never heard of a counter for places, maybe someone will say if there is.
개 is a general counter that can be used when counting object. In many cases, you can use the counter 개 instead of the specific counter for an object (For example, the counter for pencils is 자루, buy you can also use 개). However, you cannot always use 개 to substitute another counter. For example, when counting machines,cars, and other types of automobiles, you have to use the counter 대.
In short, 개 is a very useful counter and you can count many things with it. Just remember that there are exceptions.
As of 20/Sep/2018 the suggested translations for 개가 still only talk about dogs for this lesson. I've flagged it, I suggest anyone else who sees the same thing do the same until it's fixed.
Seriously, this really needs a tool tip to remind you that it's a counter....
I'd add that while it's not incorrect regarding content, it's not the most accurate translation grammatically because you've made Korea into a subject in the English, which it isn't in the Korean.
Because this is the beta version. Repirt it and someone will fix it eventually
Why is there thw word dogs and have in the sentence while it doesnt mean something in the sentence