Haeju

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ancient stone

, the provincial capital, is also the largest port in southern North Korea outside of Wonsan. The area is also home to several ancient burial mounds and cultural relics, such as the Kangsosa Buddhist temple, ancient stone pagodas, and a Koryo-era ice house. There are also many Iron Age dolmen and Koguryo tombs in the province, such as Anak Tomb No. 3 The Seafires and Fireflies of ''Triumph'', in conjunction with aircraft from the American carrier Authorship The ''Jikji'' was written by the Buddhist monk Baegun (1298–1374, Buddhist name Gyeonghan), who served as the chief priest of Anguk and Shingwang temples in Haeju, and was published in two volumes in Seongbulsan in 1372. Baegun died in Chwiam Temple in Yeoju in 1374. *Haejangguk, a popular form of Korean "hangover soup." *Haeju, a city in Hwanghaenam-do, North Korea. *Haenam County, a district in Jeollanam-do, South Korea.


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carrier crosses the Pacific Ocean in record time, from Alameda, California to Yokosuka, Japan, in 8 days 16 hours. Early life Kim Gu was born on August 29 (Lunar Calendar July 11), 1876 in ''Teot-gol'' (텃골), ''Baek-un-bang'' (백운방


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Apr sun 249.0 May sun 260.4 Jun sun 231.0 Jul sun 189.1 Aug sun 217.0 Sep sun 234.0 Oct sun 248.0 Nov sun 195.0 Dec sun 176.7 source 1 Wetter Spiegel Online Administrative divisions Haeju is divided into several


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. Transportation Haeju has a military and civilian dual purposes air station (HAE), with a 12 30 runway (Haeju Airport). Haeju also has one of the major economic and military ports in North Korea. It is connected to Sariwŏn via the Haeju Line. Education Haeju is home to Haeju University of Education, Haeju College of Art, and Kim Je Won Haeju University of Agriculture. Sohyon Academy (소현서원) was a Confucian academy founded by the famous scholar Yi Yulgok (1536-84). It is situated in the Unbyong Valley west of Haeju. Media The Korean Central Broadcasting Station airs on AM (AM broadcasting) 1080 kHz using a 1.5-megawatt mediumwave transmitter. People born in Haeju * Choe Chung (984-1068), Confucian scholar and poet * Choe Yun-ui (1102–1162), Confucian scholar * Choe Manri (?-1445), minister of Hall of Worthies * Syngman Rhee, the first president of South Korea * Kim Ku (1876–1949), last president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea * An Jung-gun (1879–1910), independence activist who assassinated Ito Hirobumi * Mirok Li (1899–1950), writer * Kang Joon-ho (1928–1990), bronze-medalist Olympic boxer (1952) * Jong Song-ok (1974), marathon gold-medalist & Olympic runner Haeju is the home of the Haeju Choi (Choi (Korean name)) and the Haeju Oh (Oh (Korean name)) Clan. See also Authorship The ''Jikji'' was written by the Buddhist monk Baegun (1298–1374, Buddhist name Gyeonghan), who served as the chief priest of Anguk and Shingwang temples in Haeju, and was published in two volumes in Seongbulsan in 1372. Baegun died in Chwiam Temple in Yeoju in 1374. *Haejangguk, a popular form of Korean "hangover soup." *Haeju, a city in Hwanghaenam-do, North Korea. *Haenam County, a district in Jeollanam-do, South Korea.


spell

flights from the Sunan International Airport – north of Pyongyang – to Moscow, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Bangkok, Beijing, Dalian, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Shenyang along with seasonal services to Singapore and charter flights from Sunan to numerous Asian and European destinations including Tokyo and Nagoya. Regular charters to existing scheduled services are operated as per demand. An agreement


friendship

for his contribution, Vollertsen received the official Democratic People's Republic of Korea's Friendship Medal (Order of Friendship 2nd Class) for his humanitarian assistance later that same month, in a ceremony attended by Supreme People's Assembly vice-president Yang Hyong Sop. ref>


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, the provincial capital, is also the largest port in southern North Korea outside of Wonsan. The area is also home to several ancient burial mounds and cultural relics, such as the Kangsosa Buddhist temple, ancient stone pagodas, and a Koryo-era ice house. There are also many Iron Age dolmen and Koguryo tombs in the province, such as Anak Tomb No. 3 The Seafires and Fireflies of ''Triumph'', in conjunction with aircraft from the American carrier , hit


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References Further reading *Dormels, Rainer. North Korea's Cities: Industrial facilities, internal structures and typification. Jimoondang, 2014. ISBN 978-89-6297-167-5 External links *PKFHSPKFHS amp;Number 165472#Post165472 North Korea Uncovered (Google Earth), see the geographical locations of many of Haeju's cultural locations including Mt. Suyang Fort and Mt. Suyang Falls, as well as Haeju's railway, industrial


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4-Jung-gu (Jung-gu, Incheon) (Incheon


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of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea * An Jung-gun (1879–1910), independence activist who assassinated Ito Hirobumi * Mirok Li (1899–1950), writer * Kang Joon-ho (1928–1990), bronze-medalist Olympic boxer (1952) * Jong Song-ok (1974), marathon gold-medalist & Olympic runner Haeju is the home of the Haeju Choi (Choi (Korean name)) and the Haeju Oh (Oh (Korean name)) Clan. See also * List of cities in North Korea

in North Korea On 7 June 1950, Kim Il-sung called for an election in whole Korea on 5~8 Aug. 1950 and a consultative conference in Haeju on 15~17 June 1950. On June 11, the North sent 3 diplomat to the South, who were later arrested by the South. Fourteen days later on 25 June 1950, the North Korean People's Army (KPA) crossed the 38th parallel border and invaded South Korea. Air transport North Korea's international air connections are limited. There are regularly scheduled

Haeju

'''Haeju''' is a city located in South Hwanghae Province near Haeju Bay in North Korea. It is the administrative centre of South Hwanghae Province. As of 2000, the population of the city is estimated to be 236,000. At the beginning of 20th century, it became a strategic port in Sino-Korean trade. Haeju has chemical-related enterprises and a cement factory.

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