Pyongwon County

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P'yŏngwŏn County

평원군
Korean transcription(s)
   Chosŏn'gŭl
   Hancha
   McCune-Reischauer P'yŏngwŏn-gun
   Revised Romanization Pyeongwon-gun
Village in South Pyongan.jpg
Village in Pyongwon County.
DPRK2006 Pyongnam-Pyongwon.PNG
Map of South Pyongan showing the location of Pyongwon
Country North Korea
Province South P'yŏngan
Administrative divisions 1 ŭp, 2 workers' districts, 29 ri
Area
  Total451.53 km2 (174.34 sq mi)
Population
 (2008 [1] )
  Total179,492
  Density400/km2 (1,000/sq mi)

P'yŏngwŏn County is a kun (county) in South P'yŏngan province, North Korea.

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Administrative divisions

P'yŏngwŏn County is divided into 1 ŭp (town), 2 rodongjagu (workers' districts) and 29 ri (villages):

  • P'yŏngwŏn-ŭp (평원읍)
  • Hanch'ŏl-lodongjagu (한천로동자구)
  • Ŏp'a-rodongjagu (어파로동자구)
  • Ch'ŏngbo-ri (청보리)
  • Ch'ŏngryong-ri (청룡리)
  • Hwajil-li (화진리)
  • Namsal-li (남산리)
  • Paejŏl-li (배전리)
  • Ryanggyo-ri (량교리)
  • Ryong'i-ri (룡이리)
  • Ryongsang-ri (룡상리)
  • Sambong-ri (삼봉리)
  • Samsong-ri (삼송리)
  • Simwŏl-li (심원리)
  • Sinsŏng-ri (신성리)
  • Sinsong-ri (신송리)
  • Sŏg'am-ri (석암리)
  • Sŏkkyo-ri (석교리)
  • Songhwa-ri (송화리)
  • Songrim-ri (송림리)
  • Songsŏng-ri (송석리)
  • Taeam-ri (대암리)
  • Taejŏng-ri (대정리)
  • Taep'ung-ri (대풍리)
  • Tŏkche-ri (덕제리)
  • Tŏkp'o-ri (덕포리)
  • Ullyong-ri (운룡리)
  • Unbong-ri (운봉리)
  • Unhŭng-ri (운흥리)
  • Wŏn'am-ri (원압리)
  • Wŏnhwa-ri (원화리)
  • Wŏr'il-li (월일리)

Transportation

P'yŏngwŏn County is served by the P'yŏngŭi Line of the Korean State Railway.

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References

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