Talk:Chongjin

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Isn't the Korea Bay on the Yellow Sea side of Korea? Not the Sea of Japan (EAst Sea) side? Are there two Korea Bays? I don't have time right now, but later tonight I will look into this a little closer. Masterhatch

Right you are. See Korea Bay. I pulled it out of the article. -- Visviva 10:23, 21 Jun 2005 (UTC)

What would happen if an inhabitant of Chongjin ran into the Russian consulate so that he could eat and hopefully migrate to Russia? Embassy grounds are technically their country's own soil, so they'd be out of the DPRK's jurisdiction. --Shultz 15:47, 13 September 2005 (UTC)

Sure, but there's no reason why the Russian consulate would have to take them. They'd be turned away. --Reuben 09:06, 26 November 2005 (UTC)
So Russia is not keen on accepting political and economic refugees? They're a democracy now, so why don't they? --Shultz 10:42, 12 January 2006 (UTC)



When I think of Chongjin, why does the Pink Panther theme song start to play in my head, and only goes away as soon as I don't think of Chongjin anymore? Maybe it should become the "Municipal Anthem" as soon as Reunification occurs. --Shultz 10:42, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

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Chinese inspired redevelopment[edit]

I'm not sure if there ARE any other sources for this, but it looks like there is a massive and almost certainly notable chinese style megacity from scratch project going on here as per this and this. The website is paywalled, but you should be able to read these if you haven't yet reached the monthly limit of 4 free articles. The only reason I didn't make a section myself in the article was because i'm not sure if this can be considered a reliable source. The actual satelite photos are compelling, though... --Free Wales Now! what did I screw up?  14:52, 14 August 2013 (UTC)