|• Revised Romanization||Hanam-eup|
|Administrative divisions||33 administrative ri, 19 legal ri|
|• Total||37.09 km2 (14.32 sq mi)|
|• Density||263.2/km2 (682/sq mi)|
Hanam-eup is an eup, or large village, in Miryang, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea. It stands at the southern tip of Miryang, and looks across the Nakdong River at the northern tips of Gimhae and Changwon.
In the Silla period, Hanam-eup was a bugok, or stipend-village, known as "Susan-bugok" (穿山部曲). In the Goryeo period, it was raised to the status of a hyeon, and later incorporated into Milseong-bu (now Miryang).
Noted local landmarks include Bronze Age dolmens in Namjeon-ri, and a monument to late Goryeo scholar-official Yi Sin, also in Namjeon-ri. The Susan-je, a dike believed to date to the Samhan period, is also located in Hanam.