Mundok County

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Mundŏk County

문덕군
Korean transcription(s)
   Chosŏn'gŭl
   Hancha
   McCune-Reischauer Mundŏk-kun
   Revised Romanization Mundeok-gun
Fields in South Pyongan.jpg
Fields in South Pyongan.
DPRK2006 Pyongnam-Mundok.PNG
Map of South Pyongan showing the location of Mundok
Country North Korea
Province South P'yŏngan
Administrative divisions 1 ŭp, 1 workers' district, 21 ri
Area
  Total336 km2 (130 sq mi)
Population
 (2008 [1] )
  Total147,191
  Density440/km2 (1,100/sq mi)

Mundŏk County is a kun (county) in South P'yŏngan province, North Korea. It is famous in north Korea for being the breadbasket of north Korea.

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Administrative divisions

Mundŏk County is divided into 1 ŭp (town), 1 rodongjagu (workers' districts) and 21 ri (villages):

  • Mundŏk-ŭp (문덕읍/文德邑)
  • Sŏho-rodongjagu 서호로동자구 (西湖勞動者區)
  • Inhŭng-ri (인흥리/仁興里)
  • Kŭmgye-ri (금계리/金溪里)
  • Masal-li (마산리/馬山里)
  • Namhŭng-ri (만흥리/万興里)
  • Nam'i-ri (남이리/南二里)
  • Namsang-ri (남상계리/南上溪里)
  • Ŏryong-ri (어룡리/漁龍里)
  • P'ungnyŏl-li (풍년리/豊年里)
  • Ripsŏng-ri (립석리/立石里)
  • Ryongbung-ri (룡북리/龍北里)
  • Ryongdam-ri (룡담리/龍潭里)
  • Ryonghŭng-ri (룡흥리/龍興里)
  • Ryongjung-ri (룡중리/龍中里)
  • Ryongnam-ri (룡남리/龍南里)
  • Ryong'o-ri (룡오리/龍五里)
  • Ryongpal-li (룡반리/龍盤里)
  • Ryongrim-ri (룡림리/龍林里)
  • Sangbuktong-ri (상북동리/上北洞里)
  • Sangp'al-li (상팔리/上八里)
  • Sil-li (신리/新里)
  • Sŏngbŏp-ri (성법리/聖法里)
  • Tongrim-ri (동림리/東林里)
  • Tongsa-ri (동사리/東四里)

Transportation

Mundŏk county is served by the P'yŏngŭi and Sŏhae lines of the Korean State Railway.

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References

  1. Korean Central Bureau of Statistics: 2008 Population Census (Population 2008, published in 2009)