Special cities of North Korea
Special cities are one of the first-level administrative division within North Korea. There are 3 top-level cities in North Korea: Pyongyang, Rason and Nampo.
Special cities are the higher-ranked ...
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List of mountains in Korea
The following is a list of mountains in Korea:
List of mountains in Korea - Wikipedia
World Cup Park
World Cup Park is an ecological park built in Sangamdong-gil, in Seoul, Korea. This place was built on May 1, 2002, to commemorate the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup Games and the new millennium. World Cu...
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Gangwon (historical province)
Gangwon Province or Gangwon-do ([kaŋwʌn-do]) was one of the Eight Provinces of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty. The province was formed in 1395, and derived its name from the names of the principal c...
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Administrative divisions of South Korea
South Korea is divided into 8 provinces (do 도/道), 1 special autonomous province (teukbyeol jachido 특별자치도/特別自治道), 6 metropolitan cities (gwangyeoksi 광역시/廣域市), and 1 special city (teukbyeolsi 특별시/特別市). ...
Administrative divisions of South Korea - Wikipedia
South Pyeongan Province, Republic of Korea
"South Pyeongan Province" or "Pyeongannam-do" ([pʰjʌŋan namdo]) is, according to South Korean law, a province of the Republic of Korea, as the South Korean government formally claims to be the legitim...
South Pyeongan Province, Republic of Korea - Wikipedia
ISO 3166-2:KP
ISO 3166-2:KP is the entry for North Korea (officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardi...
ISO 3166-2:KP - Wikipedia
Provinces of Korea
This article describes the historical development of Korea's provinces (Do ; hangul: 도; hanja: 道).Provinces (Do) have been the primary administrative division of Korea since the mid Goryeo dynast...
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Provinces of South Korea
Provinces (Hangeul: 도; Hanja: 道) are the first-level division within South Korea. There are 9 provinces in South Korea: North Chungcheong, South Chungcheong, Gangwon, Gyeonggi, North Gyeongsang, South...
Provinces of South Korea - Wikipedia
List of cities in North Korea
Ten most populous cities of North KoreaThe important cities of North Korea have self-governing status equivalent to that of provinces. Pyongyang, the largest city and capital, is classi...
List of cities in North Korea - Wikipedia
Korean toponymy and list of place names
Most Korean place names derive either from the Korean language and its predecessors on the Korean peninsula, or from Chinese.
commonly found in Korean place names:
Cheolli Jangseong
Cheolli Jangseong (lit. "Thousand Li Wall") in Korean history usually refers to the 11th-century northern defense structure built during the Goryeo dynasty in present-day North Korea, though it also r...
Cheolli Jangseong - Wikipedia
Hwando Mountain Fortress
Wandu, called Hwando in Korean, was the second capital of the Goguryeo kingdom. The remains of the mountain fortress are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Capital Cities and Tombs of the Ancient ...
Hwando Mountain Fortress - Wikipedia
List of archaeological sites in Korea
This is a partial list of archeological sites in Korea, including both North and South Korea.
Chungcheong
Chungcheong (Chungcheong-do; [tɕʰuŋtɕʰʌŋ-do]) was one of the eight provinces of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty. Chungcheong was located in the southwest of Korea. The provincial capital was located...
Chungcheong - Wikipedia
List of lakes in Korea
Most of the lakes of Korea are artificial reservoirs, due to the country's rugged topography. Natural lakes include the crater lakes atop Baekdusan and Hallasan, the Upo wetland, and various lagoons ...
List of lakes in Korea - Wikipedia
List of volcanoes in Korea
This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Korea.
Hwanghae Province, Republic of Korea
"Hwanghae Province" or "Hwanghae-do" ([hwaŋ.hɛ.do]) is, according to South Korean law, a province of the Republic of Korea, as the South Korean government formally claims to be the legitimate governme...
Hwanghae Province, Republic of Korea - Wikipedia
List of second-level administrative divisions of North Korea
This is a list of all second-level administrative divisions of North Korea, including cities, counties, workers' districts, districts, and wards, organized by province or directly governed city.
List of second-level administrative divisions of North Korea - Wikipedia
Gungnae Fortress
Gungnae Fortress, also known as Guonei City, was the second capital city of the ancient Korean Kingdom of Goguryeo. This place is present-day Ji'an (集安), and the perimeter of its outer fortress measur...
List of provinces of Balhae
The Balhae kingdom controlled most of the historical region of Manchuria within the Amur River until the sea. Similar to the workings of the Chinese Tang Dynasty, the administration system of the Balh...
List of provinces of Balhae - Wikipedia
Eight Provinces of Korea
During most of the Joseon Dynasty, Korea was divided into eight provinces (do; 도; 道). The eight provinces' boundaries remained unchanged for about 480 years from 1413 to 1895, and formed a geo...
Eight Provinces of Korea - Wikipedia
List of counties in South Korea
List of all counties in South Korea: There are 82 counties in South Korea since Cheongwon County was dissolved on July 1, 2014 and annexed by Cheongju.
List of counties in South Korea - Wikipedia
South Hamgyeong Province, Republic of Korea
"South Hamgyeong Province" or "Hamgyeongnam-do" ([hamɡjʌŋ namdo]) is, according to South Korean law, a province of the Republic of Korea, as the South Korean government formally claims to be the legit...
South Hamgyeong Province, Republic of Korea - Wikipedia