Region:Gyeonggi

Gyeonggi
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The region of Gyeonggi in South Korea
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CountrySouth Korea
Number of zones152
Maximum PPH152
Last updated2020-12-31


Gyeonggi is one of 15 regions in South Korea. It is a province in the northwestern part of the country. The province is the country's most populous province with 11.7 million inhabitants. The capital is Suwon. The province consists largely of suburban areas around Seoul, the country's capital, and Seoul and its port city Incheon are located as separate administrative units in the western part of the province. Together with Gyeonggi Province, these two cities constitute one of the world's most populous metropolitan areas, with approximately 25 million inhabitants.

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Geographical division[edit]

Municipalities[edit]

In Gyeonggi there are 25 municipalities with at least one turf zone:

Municipality Zones
Ansan (안산시) 1
Anseong (안성시) 1
Anyang (안양시) 16
Bucheon (부천시) 14
Dongducheon (동두천시) 1
Gimpo (김포시) 1
Goyang (고양시) 1
Gunpo (군포시) 7
Guri (구리시) 2
Gwacheon (과천시) 6
Hanam (하남) 1
Hwaseong (화성시) 7
Namyangju (남양주) 1
Osan (오산시) 1
Seongnam (성남시) 20
Siheung (시흥시) 1
Suwon (수원시) 39
Paju (파주) 4
Pyeongtaek (평택시) 1
Uijeongbu (의정부시) 3
Uiwang (의왕시) 4
Yangju (양주시) 1
Yeoju-gun (여주군) 1
Yeoncheon-gun (연천군) 1
Yong-in (용인시) 17

Zones[edit]

There are 152 turf zones in the region, two of which are counted as world heritage sites and one is counted as bridge zone.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

World Heritage Sites[edit]

Bridge zones[edit]

Other zones[edit]

Updated: 2020-12-31

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