Kumya County

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Kumya County
Korean transcription(s)
 • Chosŏn'gŭl
 • Hancha
 • McCune-Reischauer Kŭmya kun
 • Revised Romanization Geumya-gun
Kŭmya-ŭp, Kŭmya County
Kŭmya-ŭp, Kŭmya County
Country North Korea
Province South Hamgyong Province
Administrative divisions 1 ŭp, 4 workers' districts, 50 ri

Kŭmya County is a county in South Hamgyŏng province, North Korea. It borders the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea) to the east.

Physical features[edit]

To the west, there are high mountains but the eastern portion of the county is flat. The highest peak is Chŏngamsan (정암산). The chief river is the Ryonghŭng. Several islands are situated around the Songjŏn Bay (송전만). Forestland makes up about 30% of the county's area.

Administrative Divisions[edit]

Kŭmya county is divided into 1 ŭp (town), 4 rodongjagu (workers' districts) and 50 ri (villages):

  • Kŭmya-ŭp
  • Inhŭng-rodongjagu
  • Kajil-lodongjagu
  • Kaljŏl-lodongjagu
  • Kwangmyŏngsŏng-rodongjagu
  • Andong-ri
  • Chaktong-ri
  • Chiil-li
  • Chinhŭng-ri
  • Chinsu-ri
  • Chŏngdong-ri
  • Chungdong-ri
  • Chungnam-ri
  • Ch'ŏngbaeng-ri
  • Ch'ŏngdong-ri
  • Haejung-ri
  • Hodo-ri
  • Hŭngp'yŏng-ri
  • Kinjae-ri
  • Kŭmp'ung-ri
  • Kŭmsa-ri
  • Kuryong-ri
  • Kwangdŏng-ri
  • Munha-ri
  • Onjŏng-ri
  • Paeksal-li
  • Pidal-li
  • Pŏmp'o-ri
  • Ponghŭng-ri
  • Pongsal-li
  • P'ungnam-ri
  • P'ungsŏng-ri
  • P'yŏnghwa-ri
  • Ryangt'al-li
  • Ryŏndong-ri
  • Ryong'am-ri
  • Ryongch'ŏl-li
  • Ryongnam-li
  • Ryongsal-li
  • Ryongsang-ri
  • Ryongwŏl-li
  • Saedong-ri
  • Sahyŏl-li
  • Sambong-ri
  • Sangdong-ri
  • Sindang-ri
  • Sinsŏng-ri
  • Solbat-ri
  • Songjae-ri
  • Sŏngjae-ri
  • Suwŏl-li
  • Taeŭng-ri
  • Tŏksal-li
  • Tonghŭng-ri
  • Yŏngp'ung-ri


Agriculture and fishery[edit]

The chief form of agriculture in the county is rice cultivation. In addition, maize, soybeans, and wheat are produced; there are also orchards. There are no ports, although some fishing is done along the coast.

Mining and manufacturing[edit]

Machine industry has been well-developed in the region. There are also mines exploiting the local deposits of lignite, graphite, and gold.


The county is served by rail and road. Kŭmya Station is on the P'yongra Line of the Korean State Railway. The road system is well-developed, thanks to the level terrain.

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