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Uthakta-ri Destination Guide

Touring Uthakta-ri in North Korea

Uthakta-ri in the region of Hwanghae-namdo is a city located in North Korea - some 85 mi or ( 136 km ) South of Pyongyang , the country's capital city .

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Time in Uthakta-ri is now 11:18 PM (Saturday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Pyongyang " with a UTC offset of 9 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Daejeon, Daegu, Seoul, Busan, and Mibeop-ri. Being here already, consider visiting Daejeon . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Uthakta-ri ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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star city and mall at Konkuk University

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Interesting facts about this location

Aho-dong

Aho-dong is a location in Munsal-li Paechon, South Hwanghae Province, North Korea, located at coordinates 37.8942 N, 126.3742 E. The city is immediately north of the South Korean-North Korean border, which is 7 km from the city center. Its approximate population is 23,553. The city's altitude is 6 feet, or approximately 2 meters. Nearby cities and towns include Chiroe-dong.

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Located at 37.90 126.37 (Lat./Long.); Less than 9 km away
Tags: South Hwanghae, Villages in North Korea

Han River (Korea)

The Han River is a major river in South Korea and the fourth longest river on the Korean peninsula after the Amnok, Duman, and Nakdong rivers. Along the banks of the river, especially in Seoul, pedestrian walkways and bicycle paths are available on both sides of the river. Various restaurants and cafes are located on these paths. While most bridges crossing the Han are for motor vehicles or subways only, citizens may cross select bridges on foot or by bicycle.

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Located at 37.75 126.18 (Lat./Long.); Less than 16 km away
Tags: Geography of Seoul, International rivers of Asia, Rivers of North Korea, Rivers of South Korea

Operation Thunderbolt (1951)

Operation Thunderbolt, also known in China as the Defensive Battle of the Han River Southern Bank (Chinese: 汉江南岸防御战; pinyin: Hàn Jiāng Nán Àn Fáng Yù Zhàn), was a US offensive during the Korean War. It represented the first offensive under the new commanding officer of the 8th US Army, General Matthew Ridgway. It started less than three weeks after the Chinese Third Phase Campaign had forced UN forces south of Seoul.

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Located at 37.75 126.18 (Lat./Long.); Less than 16 km away
Tags: 1951 in Korea, Battles involving North Korea, Battles involving South Korea, Battles of the Korean War involving China, Battles of the Korean War involving Turkey, Battles of the Korean War involving the United Kingdom, Battles of the Korean War involving the United States, Conflicts in 1951

Chonjusa

Ch'ŏnju-sa is a Korean Buddhist temple located on the southern slope of Yaksan mountain, in Yongbyon, North Pyongan province, North Korea. It is listed as National Treasure #46 in that country. Founded 1684 during the mid-Joseon dynasty the temple today retains its main prayer hall, known as Pogwang Hall (普光殿); the Chonju Pavilion (天柱樓), once known as one of the six most scenic spots in Yongbyon; and several lesser outbuildings, including storage rooms, and dormitories.

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Located at 37.98 126.47 (Lat./Long.); Less than 22 km away
Tags: Buddhist temples in North Korea, National Treasures of North Korea, North Pyongan

Tomb of King Kongmin

The Tomb of King Kongmin, more correctly known as the Hyonjongrung Royal Tomb, is a 14th-century mausoleum located in Haeson-ri, Kaepung County just outside of the city of Kaesong, North Korea. It is one of the Royal Tombs of the Koryo Dynasty. The site consists of two separate burial mounds, Hyonrung, which contain the remains of Kongmin, 31st king of the Koryo Dynasty, and Jongrung, which contains his wife, the Mongolian princess Queen Noguk.

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Located at 37.98 126.47 (Lat./Long.); Less than 22 km away
Tags: Archaeological sites in North Korea, Goryeo, Kaesong, National Treasures of North Korea