|• Revised Romanization||Sakju-gun|
|Administrative divisions||1 ŭp, 6 workers' districts, 18 ri|
|• Total||2,807 km2 (1,084 sq mi)|
Sakchu County is a kun, or county, in northern part of North P'yŏngan province, in North Korea. It lies along the Yalu River bordering the People's Republic of China to the north. Within North Korea, it borders Ch'angsŏng to the east, Ch'ŏnma and Taegwan to the south, and Ŭiju to the west.
The Kangnam Mountains rise in the southeast of Sakchu with its highest peak Munsan at 1046 m. The overall terrain is rugged, with only 13% of the county's area under cultivation, as compared to 80% which is forested.
The year-round average temperature is 8.1 °C, with an average of -10.1 °C in January and 23.4 °C in August.
Livestock farming is important to the local economy; Sakchu leads the province in the number of hogs raised. In crop farming, local crops include rice, soybeans, sweet potatoes, gochu peppers, and fruit. In addition, there is a large hydroelectric power station on the Yalu at Sup'ung Dam.
- International Information Research Institute (국제정보연구소) (1999). "삭주군". 北韓情報總覽 2000 [Bukhan jeongbo chong-ram 2000]. Seoul: Author. p. 837.
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