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- The Hyeongsan River is a river in southeastern South Korea. It flows from Baeyanggol Valley (배양골), Wolpyeong-ri (월평리/月坪里), Dudong-myeon (두동면/斗東面), Ulju...
- interior is drained by the small Hyeongsan River, which flows north from Ulsan and meets the sea at Pohang Harbor. The Hyeongsan's chief tributaries include...
- which is part of Gyeongju National Park. The Jusa Mountains separate the Hyeongsan River basin on the east from the Geumho River basin on the west. Geography...
- Joseon Dynasty in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, along the Hyeongsan River. Korean Folk Village, a tourist attraction in the city of Yongin...
- Gyeongsang province, South Korea. It forms part of the watershed of the Hyeongsan River, which flows north through the basin where it is joined by the Bukcheon...
- kilometers northeast of Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea, along the Hyeongsan River. Mt. Seolchang stands to the north of the village. The village is...
- Dongdae Mountain itself in Ulsan. The Dongdae Mountains separate the Hyeongsan River basin from the belt of small streams flowing directly into the Sea...
- Gangneung Battle of Uljin-Pyeonghae Battle of Yeongdeok-Ganggu Battle of Hyeongsan River Korean DMZ Conflict Korean name Hangul 오진우 Hanja 吳振宇 Revised Romanization...
- Muryongcheon (무룡천) Sinmyeongcheon (신명천) Gwanseongcheon (관성천) Haseocheon (하서천) Hyeongsan River (형산강) Gigyecheon (기계천) Bukcheon (북천) Wangpicheon (왕피천) Nam River...
- recalled in the indiscriminate ****aults suffered by the residents of Hyeongsan-dong in episode 13. Moreover, seeing secondary characters' tendency to...