Koksan County

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Koksan County

곡산군
Korean transcription(s)
  Hanja谷山郡
  McCune-ReischauerKoksan-kun
  Revised RomanizationGoksan-gun
DPRK2006 Hwangbuk-Koksan.PNG
Map of North Hwanghae showing the location of Koksan
Country North Korea
Province North Hwanghae Province

Koksan County is a county in North Hwanghae Province, North Korea.

Administrative divisions

Koksan county is divided into 1 ŭp (town) and 20 ri (villages):

  • Koksan-ŭp
  • Ch'ŏngsong-ri
  • Ch'op'yŏng-ri
  • Hoam-ri
  • Hyŏn'am-ri
  • Kusŏng-ri
  • Kyerim-ri
  • Kyesu-ri
  • Mugal-li
  • Munyang-ri
  • Orip'o-ri
  • Pongsal-li
  • P'yŏngam-ri
  • Ryongam-ri
  • Ryul-li
  • Sahyŏl-li
  • Serim-ri
  • Sŏch'ol-li
  • Songrim-ri
  • Tŏkhŭng-ri
  • Wŏlyang-ri

Coordinates: 38°47′06″N126°40′05″E / 38.785°N 126.668°E / 38.785; 126.668


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