Mangyongdae (Chosŏn'gŭl: 만경대) is a neighbourhood in Mangyongdae-guyok, Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korean propaganda claims Mangyongdae as the birthplace of North Korean leader Kim Il-sung, although in his memoirs he wrote that he had been born in the nearby neighbourhood of Chilgol. Mangyongdae is, however, where his father, Kim Hyong-jik was from, and where Kim Il-sung spent his childhood. Mangyongdae has been designated as a historic site since 1947 and is listed as a Revolutionary Site.  The original structures of the site have been replaced with replicas.
Mangyongdae has since been incorporated to the city of Pyongyang.
The Man'gyŏngdae Prize is named after the settlement.
- Hoare 2012, p. 257.
- Corfield 2014, p. 120.
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- Corfield, Justin (2014). "Mangyongdae District". Historical Dictionary of Pyongyang. London: Anthem Press. pp. 120–123. ISBN 978-1-78308-341-1.
- Hoare, James (2012). "Mangyongdae". Historical Dictionary of Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Lanham: Scarecrow Press. p. 257–258. ISBN 978-0-8108-6151-0.
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