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Un'gong-ni Destination Guide

Delve into Un'gong-ni in North Korea

Un'gong-ni in the region of Gangwon is located in North Korea - some 136 mi or ( 219 km ) East of Pyongyang , the country's capital .

Interactive map of Un'gong-ni

Local time in Un'gong-ni is now 11:33 PM (Tuesday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Pyongyang " with a UTC offset of 9 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Daegu, Seoul, Busan, Gwangju, and Incheon. While being here, you might want to check out Daegu . We discovered some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you curious about the possible sightsseing spots and facts in Un'gong-ni ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Videos

North Eastern Trip Pt 3

5:59 min by CrimsonNorth
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I make it up to Goseong, to see the DMZ Unification Observatory, the DMZ and North Korea. Price for access is 3000 Won, but you need your own transport. I'd suggest bringing along a Korean friend to f ..

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Interesting facts about this location

Mount Kumgang Tourist Region

The Mount Kumgang Tourist Region is a special administrative region of North Korea. It was established in 2002 to handle South Korean tourist traffic to Mount Kumgang (Diamond Mountain). Since 1998, South Korean and other foreign tourists have been allowed to visit Mount Kumgang, traveling at first by cruise ship, but more recently by bus on a newly-built road through the Korean Demilitarized Zone.

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Located at 38.69 128.20 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
Tags: Directly Governed Cities and Special Administrative Regions of North Korea, Tourism in North Korea

Singyesa

Singye-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located in Onjong-ri in Kosong County, Kangwon Province, North Korea. Once one of the largest of the hundreds of temples located in scenic Mount Kumgang, the complex was entirely destroyed by US bombings during the Korean War. It was reconstructed in 2004 as an inter-Korean cultural project. It is listed as National Treasure #95.

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Located at 38.68 128.18 (Lat./Long.); Less than 6 km away
Tags: Buddhist temples in North Korea, Kangwon Province (North Korea), National Treasures of North Korea

Kosong County

Kosong County is a kun, or county, in Kangwon province, North Korea. It lies in the southeasternmost corner of North Korea, immediately north of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Prior to the end of the Korean War in 1953, it made up a single county, together with what is now the South Korean county of the same name. In a subsequent reorganization, the county absorbed the southern portion of Tongchon county.

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Located at 38.67 128.32 (Lat./Long.); Less than 7 km away
Tags: Counties of Kangwon Province (North Korea), Port cities and towns in North Korea

Mount Kumgang

Mount Kumgang is a 1,638 metres -high mountain in Kangwon-do, North Korea. It is about 50 km away from South Korea's Sokcho in Gangwon-do. It is one of the best-known mountains in North Korea. It is located on the east coast of the country, in Mount Kumgang Tourist Region, formerly part of Kangwŏn Province (38.58N, 128.17E). Mount Kumgang is part of the Taebaek mountain range which runs along the east of the Korean peninsula. The name means Vajra (or Diamond) Mountain.

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Located at 38.66 128.10 (Lat./Long.); Less than 13 km away
Tags: Mountains of North Korea, Tourism in North Korea

Yujomsa

Yujŏm-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located on Mount Kumgang, North Korea. Founded under the kingdom of Silla, it underwent many successive restorations before being destroyed by American forces during the Korean War.

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Located at 38.58 128.17 (Lat./Long.); Less than 14 km away
Tags: Buddhist temples in North Korea, Kangwon Province (North Korea), National Treasures of North Korea