Kosong County
Kosong County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It lies in the southeasternmost corner of North Korea, immediately north of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Prior to the end of th...
Kosong County - Wikipedia
Anbyon County
Anbyon is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. Originally included in South Hamgyong province, it was transferred to Kangwon province in a September 1946 reshuffling of local governmen...
Anbyon County - Wikipedia
Chonnae County
Chonnae County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. Originally part of Munchon, it was made a separate county as part of the general reorganization of local government in December 1...
Chonnae County - Wikipedia
Sepo County
Sepo County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It was created as a separate entity following the division of Korea.
The county is primarily mountainous, and is traversed by th...
Sepo County - Wikipedia
Changdo County
Changdo County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. Originally part of Kimhwa, it was split off as a separate county in 1952. Changdo lies to the west of the Taebaek Mountains, in ...
Changdo County - Wikipedia
Pangyo County
P'an'gyo County is a kun, or county, in Kangwŏn province, North Korea. In December 1952, during the Korean War, P'an'gyo was formed as a separate county from five myŏn (Nagyang, Pangjang, P'an'gyo, R...
Pangyo County - Wikipedia
Ichon County
Ichon County is a kun, or county, in northern Kangwon province, North Korea. The terrain is predominantly high and mountainous; the highest point is Myongidoksan, 1,585 meters above sea level. The co...
Ichon County - Wikipedia
Poptong County
Poptong County is a kun in the Kangwon province, North Korea. It lies between the Masikryong and Ahobiryong ranges, and 90% of the county is more than 400 meters above sea level. The highest point is...
Poptong County - Wikipedia
Hoeyang County
Hoeyang County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It was established in a general reorganization of local government in 1952. The county's area is primarily mountainous, with the...
Hoeyang County - Wikipedia
Pyonggang County
Pyonggang County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It borders Sepo to the north, Chorwon to the south, Ichon to the west, and Changdo to the east.
A portion of the county is ...
Pyonggang County - Wikipedia
Tongchon County
Tongchon County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It abuts the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) to the north and east. Famous people from Tongchon include former Hyundai chairma...
Tongchon County - Wikipedia
Kimhwa County
Kimhwa County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It is primarily mountainous, but the county's southeastern region is low-lying. The highest peak is Paegyonsan (백연산). The chief...
Kumgang-gun
Kumgang County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. Kumgang lies immediately north of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. It was formed in 1952 from portions of Hoeyang, Yanggu, and Inj...
Kumgang-gun - Wikipedia
Kosan County
Kosan County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea.
The county is largely mountainous. The central area forms a basin. The county's highest point is Chuaesan. Major streams inclu...
Kosan County - Wikipedia
Chorwon County
Chorwon County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. Portions of it were once a single county together with the county of the same name in South Korea; other portions were added from...
Chorwon County - Wikipedia