Changpung County

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Changpung County

장풍군
Korean transcription(s)
  Hanja長豊郡
  McCune-ReischauerChangp'ung-gun
  Revised RomanizationJangpung-gun
DPRK2006 Hwangbuk-Jangpung.PNG
Map of North Hwanghae showing the location of Changpung
Country North Korea
Province North Hwanghae Province
Administrative divisions 1 ŭp, 18 ri

Changp'ung County is a county in North Hwanghae province, North Korea. Formerly part of the Kaesong urban area, the county was merged with North Hwanghae when Kaesong was demoted in 2003. The county sits northeast of Kaesong city and borders Kumchon, Tosan, Kaesong city, and the Kaesong Industrial Region.

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Administrative divisions

The county is divided into one town (ŭp) and 22 villages (ri).

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