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National Route 46 (South Korea)
HIGHWAY SYSTEMS OF SOUTH KOREA * Expressways * National * Local NATIONAL ROUTE 46 is a major highway on the Korea It connects Incheon with the city(country) of Goseong , Gangwon Province ROUTE DATA * Length: 228km (141.7mi) * Origin: Jung-gu, Incheon
Jung-gu, Incheon
* Terminus:Goseong , Gangwon Province (ends at Ganseong JC, junction with Route 7 * Major cities: Bucheon , Seoul
Seoul
, Guri ,
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Jung-gu, Incheon
JUNG DISTRICT (Jung-gu, Korean : 중구; 中區) is a ward, a district in the city of Incheon
Incheon
, South Korea
South Korea
. This is one of the eight district into which Incheon
Incheon
is administratively divided. Jung-gu is also the historic part of Incheon. It was founded in 1883, when the Jemulpo Port was open. The ward contains multiple historical and cultural heritage monuments, such as the Dap-dong Cathedral, the Hongyemun Gate, The First Anglican Church, and the Jayu Park, which was the first modern-style park built in Korea. Incheon
Incheon
is the gateway to the capital, Seoul. In modern times Incheon port became a trading port, has at its center, Jung-gu. Incheon
Incheon
port is an international gateway and Korea‘s second largest trade port. Jung-gu also is the location of the Incheon
Incheon
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South Korea National Route 6
HIGHWAY SYSTEMS OF SOUTH KOREA * Expressways * National * Local Route 6 at Yangseo, Yangpyeong , Gyeonggi Province NATIONAL ROUTE 6 (Korean : 국도 제6호선; Gukdo Je Yuk(6) Hoseon)is a major highway on the Korea It connects Incheon with the city of Gangneung , Gangwon Province , ROUTE DATA * Origin: Jung-gu, Incheon * Terminus:Gangneung , Gangwon Province (ends at Yeon-gok IS(연곡교차로), junction with Route 7 ) * Major cities: Bucheon , Seoul , Guri , Namyangju , Yangpyeong , Hoengseong * v * t * e National highways of South Korea SOUTH-NORTH * 1 * 3 * 5 * 7 * 9 † * 11 * 13 * 15 * 17 * 19 * 21 * 23 * 25 * 27 * 29 * 31 * 33 * 35 * 37 * 39 * 41 † * 43 * 45 * 47 * 51 † * 53 † * 59 * 61 † * 63 † * 65 † * 67 * 71 † * 73 † * 75 * 77 * 79 * 81 † * 83 † * 87 * 91 † * 93 † * 95 * 99 WEST-EAST * 2 * 4 * 6 * 8 † * 10 † * 12 * 14 * 16 * 18 * 20 * 22 * 24 * 26 * 28 * 30 * 32 * 34 * 36 * 38 * 40 * 42 * 44 * 46 * 48 * 50 † * 52 † * 54 † * 56 * 58 * 62 † * 64 † * 72 † * 74 † * 76 † * 78 † * 80 † * 82 * 88 * 92 † * 94 † †: Hypothetical national highways on the territory of North Korea in the case of reunification  : Abolished national highways Retrieved fro
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South Korea National Route 42
HIGHWAY SYSTEMS OF SOUTH KOREA * Expressways * National * Local NATIONAL ROUTE 42 is a major highway in South Korea, connecting Incheon with the city of Donghae , Gangwon Province . ROUTE DATA * Length: 309km (192mi) * Origin: Jung-gu, Incheon (intersection of Jemullyang-ro and Chamoejeon-ro) * Terminus:Donghae , Gangwon Province (Donghae Port) * Major cities: Siheung , Ansan , Suwon , Yongin , Icheon , Yeoju , Wonju , Pyeongchang , Jeongseon * v * t * e National highways of South Korea SOUTH-NORTH * 1 * 3 * 5 * 7 * 9 † * 11 * 13 * 15 * 17 * 19 * 21 * 23 * 25 * 27 * 29 * 31 * 33 * 35 * 37 * 39 * 41 † * 43 * 45 * 47 * 51 † * 53 † * 59 * 61 † * 63 † * 65 † * 67 * 71 † * 73 † * 75 * 77 * 79 * 81 † * 83 † * 87 * 91 † * 93 † * 95 * 99 WEST-EAST * 2 * 4 * 6 * 8 † * 10 † * 12 * 14 * 16 * 18 * 20 * 22 * 24 * 26 * 28 * 30 * 32 * 34 * 36 * 38 * 40 * 42 * 44 * 46 * 48 * 50 † * 52 † * 54 † * 56 * 58 * 62 † * 64 † * 72 † * 74 † * 76 † * 78 † * 80 † * 82 * 88 * 92 † * 94 † †: Hypothetical national highways on the territory of North Korea in the case of reunification  : Abolished national highways This article relating to roads and highways in South Korea is a stub . You can help by expanding it
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Goseong, Gangwon
GOSEONG (Goseong-gun) is a county in Gangwon Province, South Korea . Prior to the 1953 Armistice which ceased the Korean War , Goseong (which is located north of the 38th parallel ) was a part of North Korea . Kaesong , which is south of the 38th parallel and a part of South Korea before 1953, became part of the North after the Armistice. CONTENTS * 1 Sister cities * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links SISTER CITIES * Gangbuk-gu , South Korea * Jixi , China SEE ALSO * Kosong county (Kangwon province, North Korea )REFERENCES * ^ "고성군 (남)" (in Korean). January 31, 2015. Retrieved May 8, 2015. * ^ "개성시 開城市 (Kaesong)". Retrieved May 8, 2015
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Gangwon-do (South Korea)
Coordinates : 37°30′N 128°15′E / 37.500°N 128.250°E / 37.500; 128.250 '' Gangwon Province (South Korea) redirects here. For the province in North Korea that bears the same name but different romanisation, see Kangwon Province (North Korea) . Gangwon Province 강원도 Province KOREAN TRANSCRIPTION(S) • HANGUL 강원도 • HANJA 江原道 • MCCUNE‑REISCHAUER Kangwŏndo • REVISED ROMANIZATION Gangwon-do Flag Logo COUNTRY South Korea REGION Gwandong ( Yeongseo : western Gangwon; Yeongdong : eastern Gangwon) CAPITAL Chuncheon SUBDIVISIONS 7 cities; 11 counties GOVERNMENT • GOVERNOR Choi Moon-soon AREA • TOTAL 20,569 km2 (7,942 sq mi) AREA RANK 2nd POPULATION (OCTOBER, 2014) • TOTAL 1,542,147 • RANK 8th • DENSITY 75.4/km2 (195/sq mi) METROPOLITAN SYMBOLS • FLOWER Royal azalea • TREE Korean pine • BIRD Red-crowned crane ISO 3166 CODE KR-42 DIALECT Gangwon (Yeongseo: western Gangwon dialect; Yeongdong: eastern Gangwon dialect) WEBSITE gwd.go.krGANGWON-DO (Korean pronunciation: ) is a province of South Korea , with its capital at Chuncheon . Before the division of Korea in 1945, Gangwon and its North Korean neighbor Kangwŏn formed a single province
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South Korea National Route 7
HIGHWAY SYSTEMS OF SOUTH KOREA * Expressways * National * Local NATIONAL ROUTE 7 ( Hangul : 국도 제7호선; RR : Gukdo Je Chil(7) Hoseon) is a national highway in South Korea
South Korea
. It connects Busan
Busan
with Goseong in Gangwon Province . Before the division of the Korean Peninsula , the highway ran until Onsong , North Hamgyong Province
North Hamgyong Province
, in present-day North Korea
North Korea
. This highway will be one of the Asia Highway Route 6 until all segments of Donghae Expressway opens to traffic. Its name in Pohang ~Goseong is DONGHAE-DAERO (Korean : 동해대로). HISTORY * 31 November 1979: Samcheok~ Pohang segment opens to traffic
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Highway Systems Of South Korea
South Korea
South Korea
has seven HIGHWAY SYSTEMS
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Expressways In South Korea
EXPRESSWAYS IN SOUTH KOREA ( Hangul : 대한민국의 고속도로; Hanja : 大韓民國의 高速道路; RR : Daehanmingukui gosokdoro), officially called as NATIONAL EXPRESSWAYS ( Hangul : 고속국도; Hanja : 高速國道; RR : Gosokgukdo), were originally numbered in order of construction. Since August 24, 2001, they have been numbered in a scheme somewhat similar to that of the Interstate Highway System in the United States
United States
; the icons of the South Korean Expressways are notably similar to those in the United States
United States
because they are shaped like U.S. Highway shields and colored like Interstate shields with red, white and blue, the colors of the flag of South Korea
South Korea
. * Arterial routes are designated by two-digit numbers, with north-south routes having odd numbers, and east-west routes having even numbers. Primary routes (i.e
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National Highways Of South Korea
South Korea has a nationwide system of NATIONAL HIGHWAYS ( Hangul : 국도; Hanja : 國道; RR : Gukdo), officially called as GENERAL NATIONAL HIGHWAYS ( Hangul : 일반국도; Hanja : 一般國道; RR : Ilbangukdo), distinct from the expressways . The Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs and other government agencies administer the national highways
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Local Highways Of South Korea
In South Korea
South Korea
, highways that are managed by the provincial governments are called LOCAL HIGHWAYS ( Hangul : 지방도; Hanja : 地方道; RR : Jibangdo). Usually route numbers have 2~4 digits; the first digit stands for the main province of its manager. CONTENTS * 1 Route Numbers * 2 State-funded local highways * 2.1 Abolished State-funded local highway * 3 List of the routes * 3.1 Gyeonggi Province (300s) * 4 Gallery * 5 References * 6 See also ROUTE NUMBERS 301 * State-funded local highways: 2 digits * Gyeonggi Province : 300s * Gangwon Province : 400s * North Chungcheong Province
North Chungcheong Province
: 500s * South Chungcheong Province
South Chungcheong Province
: 600s * North Jeolla Province
North Jeolla Province
: 700s * South Jeolla Province
South Jeolla Province
: 800s * North Gyeongsang Province : 900s * South Gyeongsang Province
South Gyeongsang Province
: 1000s * Jeju Special Self-governing Province : 1100sSTATE-FUNDED LOCAL HIGHWAYSThere are some 2-digits local highways, called STATE-FUNDED LOCAL HIGHWAYS ( Hangul : 국지도; Hanja : 國支道; RR : Gukjido; short term of Hangul : 국가지원지방도; Hanja : 國家支援地方道; RR : Gukga Jiwon Jibangdo)
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Incheon
18 BC as Michuhol 1995 AD as Incheon Metropolitan City SUBDIVISIONS List * 8 DISTRICTS ("GU") * Bupyeong-gu (부평구; 富平區) * Gyeyang-gu (계양구; 桂陽區) * Jung-gu (중구; 中區) * Nam-gu (남구; 南區) * Namdong-gu (남동구; 南洞區) * Seo-gu (서구; 西區) * Yeonsu-gu (연수구; 延壽區) * * 2 COUNTIES ("GUN") * Ganghwa-gun (강화군; 江華郡) * Ongjin-gun (옹진군; 甕津郡) GOVERNMENT • TYPE Metropolitan City • MAYOR Yoo jung-bok • COUNCIL CHAIRMAN Ryu Su-yong AREA • TOTAL 1,029.43 km2 (397.47 sq mi) POPULATION (JANUARY 2017) • TOTAL 3,002,645 • DENSITY 2,900/km2 (7,600/sq mi) TIME ZONE Korea Standard Time ( UTC+9 ) DIALECT Gyeonggi FLOWER Rose TREE Tulip tree BIRD Crane WEBSITE incheon.go.krINCHEON ( Hangul : 인천; Hanja : 仁川; Korean pronunciation: ; formerly romanized as INCHON; literally "kind river"), officially the INCHEON METROPOLITAN CITY (인천광역시), is a city located in northwestern South Korea , bordering Seoul and Gyeonggi to the east. Inhabited since the Neolithic , Incheon was home to just 4,700 people when it became an international port in 1883. Today, about 3 million people live in the city, making it Korea’s third most populous city after Seoul and Busan
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Bucheon
BUCHEON (Korean pronunciation: ) is a city in Gyeonggi
Gyeonggi
Province, South Korea
South Korea
. Bucheon
Bucheon
is a satellite city of Seoul
Seoul
, 25 kilometres (16 miles) away. This city is located between Incheon
Incheon
and Seoul
Seoul
. Bucheon
Bucheon
is the second most densely populated city in South Korea after Seoul, and as a result, administrative districts were abolished in July 2016 in favor of providing greater public service in community centers. Major manufacturing operations are located in the northern areas of the city, while the areas in the south where Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 7 and Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 1 pass are dense commercial and residential areas. CONTENTS * 1 Modern history * 2 Statistics * 3 Arts and education * 4 Shopping * 5 Bars and restaurants * 6 Transportation * 7 Religion * 8 Notable people * 9 Sports * 10 Bucheon
Bucheon
Bboy International Championships (BBIC) * 10.1 BBIC 2016 * 10.2 BBIC 2017 * 11 See also * 12 Twin towns – sister cities * 13 References * 14 External links MODERN HISTORYIn 1914, outer areas of Incheon
Incheon
City (including former city centre of Gwangyo-dong of old Incheon) and Bupyeong County were joined together under the name Bucheon
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Seoul
SEOUL (/soʊl/ ; 서울; Korean: ( listen )), officially the SEOUL SPECIAL CITY – is the capital and largest metropolis of the Republic of Korea
Korea
(commonly known as South Korea). Seoul
Seoul
is the world's 16th largest city , and forms the heart of the Seoul Capital Area , which includes the surrounding Incheon
Incheon
metropolis and Gyeonggi province. The Seoul Capital Area houses about half of the country's population of 51.44 million people with 678,102 international residents. Situated on the Han River , Seoul's history stretches back more than two thousand years when it was founded in 18 BCE by Baekje
Baekje
, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea . It continued as the capital of Korea under the Joseon Dynasty . The Seoul Capital Area contains five UNESCO World Heritage
World Heritage
Sites : Changdeok Palace
Palace
, Hwaseong Fortress , Jongmyo Shrine , Namhansanseong and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty . Seoul
Seoul
is surrounded by mountains, the tallest being Mt. Bukhan , the world's most visited national park per square foot
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Guri
GURI (Korean pronunciation: ) is a city in Gyeonggi
Gyeonggi
Province, South Korea . It is located immediately to the east of Seoul, in the heart of the Capital Metropolitan Area . The Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty (dong-gu-reung) are located in the city. The low mountain of Achasan is also located here, site of the Baekje
Baekje
-era Acha Mountain Fortress and numerous hiking trails. It also has pleasant walking paths along Wang-suk-cheon, a small creek separating Guri
Guri
from Namyangju. The traditional town market in Doldari (Guri's downtown around what used to be a "stone bridge") provides a cheap alternative to department stores. Guri
Guri
first became a separate city in 1986. Previously, it had been considered part of Yangju
Yangju
from antiquity until 1980, and part of Namyangju from 1980 to 1986. The name "Guri" was first used in 1914, at which time it was a myeon in Yangju. Guri
Guri
is connected to Seoul
Seoul
via a commuter railway ( Gyeongui-Jungang Line ), as well as numerous city transit and intercity buses
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Namyangju
NAMYANGJU (Korean pronunciation: ) is a city in Gyeonggi
Gyeonggi
Province, South Korea
South Korea
. To the east is Gapyeong County , to the west is Guri City, and to the north is Pocheon City. CONTENTS * 1 History of Namyangju
Namyangju
* 2 Administrative divisions * 3 Location * 4 Education * 5 Historic Landmarks * 6 Namyangju
Namyangju
Organic Museum * 7 Products * 8 Notable people * 9 Sister cities * 10 See also * 11 References * 12 External links HISTORY OF NAMYANGJU Namyangju
Namyangju
historical character: Jeong Yak-yong , also Jeong Yag-yong or Dasan (1762–1836), was a leading Korean philosopher during the Joseon Dynasty. He is widely regarded as the greatest of the Silhak thinkers, who advocated that the formalist Neo-Confucian philosophy of Joseon return to practical concerns. Jeong Yag-yong and his brothers were also among the earliest Korean converts to Roman Catholicism. Jeong was born, and also ended his days, in modern-day Namyangju, Gyeonggi
Gyeonggi
province * 1950 October to early 1951 Namyangju Massacre
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