Pyongsan County

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P‘yŏngsan County
평산군
County
Korean transcription(s)
 • Hanja 平山郡
 • McCune-Reischauer P‘yŏngsan-kun
 • Revised Romanization Pyongsan-gun
Country North Korea
Province North Hwanghae Province

P‘yŏngsan County is a county in North Hwanghae province, North Korea.

Administrative Divisions[edit]

P'yŏngsan county is divided into 1 ŭp (town), 2 rodongjagu (workers' districts) and 20 ri (villages):

  • P'yŏngsan-ŭp
  • Ch'ŏnhang-rodongjagu
  • P'yŏnghwa-rodongjagu
  • Chup'yo-ri
  • Ch'ŏngsu-ri
  • Haewŏl-li
  • Hanp'o-ri
  • Kit'al-li
  • Okch'ŏl-li
  • Pongch'ŏl-li
  • Pongt'al-li
  • Pusu-ri
  • Rimsal-li
  • Ryesŏng-ri
  • Ryonggung-ri
  • Samch'ŏl-li
  • Samryong-ri
  • Sang'am-ri
  • Sansŏng-ri
  • Sansu-ri
  • T'an'gyo-ri
  • Wahyŏl-li
  • Wŏlch'ŏl-li

Industry[edit]

Nuclear Waste Dump[edit]

The North Korean Cental Government and Taipower are in negotiations about shipping nuclear waste to P‘yŏngsan.[1][2] The deal was "worth US$75.66 million envisaged shipping 60,000 barrels of nuclear waste, and a further 14,000 barrels in the second stage, with a total value of $150 million and that the North Koreans were after the deal as a source of foreign exchange" but has run into difficulty when Taipower could not get an "export permit for the waste from the Taiwanese Atomic Energy Council".[1][2] According to Huang Tien-huang, a Taipower official, North Korea blocked Taipower from viewing the processing site at P‘yŏngsan.[2] Due to several issues, the final contract was not signed. However, North Korea (through its attorney, Tsai Hui-ling) is suing Taipower for breach of contract.[1][2][3]

Transport[edit]

P‘yŏngsan county is served by the following stations of the Korean State Railway:

Portrayal in Korean drama[edit]

Pyongsan County is the location of Ep09 35:48 of the 2014 tvN series The Three Musketeers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 台湾曾想将核废料埋在朝鲜 朝鲜起诉索要赔偿 (in Chinese). Mil.Huanqiu.com. 2013-03-05. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d Rank, Michael (March 15, 2013). "North Korean-Taiwan nuclear waste deal thwarted over export permit". NK Economy Watch. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 
  3. ^ "North Korea to sue Taiwan Power over failed nuclear waste agreement .". Formosa English News. 3 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2013.