Hamhung

Hamhung

Hamhŭng (Hamhŭng-si; ) is North Korea's second largest city, and the capital of South Hamgyŏng Province. In late 2005, nearby Hŭngnam was made a ward (kuyŏk) within Hamhŭng-si. It has a population of 768,551 as of 2008.

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National Treasures Of North Korea - Nos. 101-150
107 Hamhung Royal Villa Sonamu-dong, Hungnam-guyok, Hamhung 함흥본궁 咸興本宮 108 Kuchon Pavilion of Hamhung Castle Hamhung ...
John U. D. Page - Medal of Honor Citation
... Page left X Corps Headquarters at Hamhung with the mission of establishing traffic control on the main supply route to 1st Marine Division positions and ... Page was free to return to the safety of Hamhung but chose to remain on the plateau to aid an isolated signal station, thus being cut off with elements of the marine ... Page was flown to Hamhung to arrange for artillery support of the beleaguered troops attempting to break out ...
Vinylon
... in 1954 and in 1961 the massive February 8 Vinylon Complex was built in Hamhung ... While Hamhung remains a major production centre for vinylon in 1998, a vinylon factory was opened up in South Pyongan ... Jong-il himself attended a mass rally at the February 8 Vinalon Complex in Hamhung to celebrate its reopening after 16 years of inactivity ...
Democratic People's Republic Of Korea - Administrative Divisions
7 North Hwanghae 황해북도 Sariwon 8 Kangwon 강원도 Wonsan 9 South Hamgyong 함경남도 Hamhung 10 North Hamgyong 함경북도 Chongjin 11 Ryanggang * 량강도 Hyesan ... Pyongyang Hamhung 1 Pyongyang Pyongyang Capital City 3,255,288 Chongjin Nampho 2 Hamhung South Hamgyong Province 768,551 3 Chongjin North Hamgyong Province 667,929 4 ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Hamhung
... The Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamhung is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in North Korea ... once to Kankoensis o Hameungensis in 1940, and finally, as the Apostolic Vicariate of Hamhung in 1950 ...