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Infobox Korean settlement
Korean transcription(s)
Country South Korea
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{{{title}}}
Korean transcription(s)
 • Hangul {{{hangul}}}
 • Hanja {{{hanja}}}
 • Revised Romanization {{{rr}}}
 • McCune–Reischauer {{{mr}}}
Short name transcription(s)
 • Hangul {{{hangulshort}}}
 • Hanja {{{hanjashort}}}
 • Revised Romanization {{{rrshort}}}
 • McCune–Reischauer {{{mrshort}}}
{{{imgcaption}}}
{{{imgcaption}}}
{{{mapcaption}}}
{{{mapcaption}}}
Country South Korea
Region {{{region}}}
Capital {{{capital}}}
Administrative divisions {{{divs}}}
Government
 • Type {{{gov}}}
 • Mayor {{{mayor}}}
Area{{{areanote}}}
 • Total 1,234 km2 (476 sq mi)
Elevation{{{elevationnote}}} 1,234 m (4,049 ft)
Population ({{{popyear}}}){{{popnote}}}{{{popdennote}}}
 • Total {{{pop}}}
 • Density 1,234/km2 (3,200/sq mi)
Dialect {{{dialect}}}
{{{text}}}

This template is used to display an infobox for Korean settlements (such as cities, districts or regions).

Usage

The infobox may be added by pasting the template as shown below into an article. All fields are optional and unused parameter names can be left blank or omitted; however, at least one of hangul, hanja, rr, and mr is required to display the infobox.

  • Important: Please enter all numeric values in a raw, unformatted fashion. References are to be included in their respective section footnotes field. Numeric values that are not "raw" may create an "Expression error". Raw values will be automatically formatted by the template. If you find a raw value is not formatted in your usage of the template, please post a notice on the discussion page for this template.
{{Infobox Korean settlement
| title         = 
| context       = 
| logo          = 
| logowidth     = 
| logoalt       = 
| img           = 
| imgwidth      = 
| imgcaption    = 
| imgalt        = 
| map           = 
| mapwidth      = 
| mapcaption    = 
| mapalt        = 
| hangul        = 
| hanja         = 
| rr            = 
| mr            = 
| hangulshort   = 
| hanjashort    = 
| rrshort       = 
| mrshort       = 
| area_km2      = 
| areanote      = 
| elevation_m   = 
| elevationnote = 
| pop           = 
| popnote       = 
| popyear       = 
| popden_km2    = 
| popdennote    = 
| gov           = 
| mayor         = 
| capital       = 
| divs          = 
| region        = 
| dialect       = 
| text          = 
}}

Description of fields

Field Description Default
title A text field at the top of the table. {{PAGENAME}}
context Context specification. For places in North Korea, use "context=north"; for historical provinces and such that predate the division of Korea, use "context=old".
logo A small image displayed beside title, such as a flag or official logo. Use the filename of the image (i.e. for Image:Koreageostub.svg, set "img=Koreageostub.svg".)
logowidth The width of the logo in pixels. 80px
img An image displayed at the top of the infobox. Use the filename of the image (i.e. for Image:Koreageostub.svg, set "img=Koreageostub.svg".)
imgwidth The width of the img in pixels. tablewidth - 20
imgcaption A caption for the img; appears beneath the img.
map A location map displayed at the bottom of the infobox. Use the filename of the image (i.e. for Image:Koreageostub.svg, set "img=Koreageostub.svg".)
mapwidth The width of the map in pixels. tablewidth - 20
mapcaption A caption for the map; appears beneath the map.
logoaltalt Specify alt text for the logo, img or map. See WP:ALT for more information.
imgalt
mapalt
hangul Korean name in Hangul.
Leaving this field empty will add the page to Category:Articles needing Korean script or text.
hanja Korean name in Hanja.
Leave this field empty or set to none, if there is no corresponding hanja name.
Set this field to ! to add the page to Category:Wikipedia articles needing romanized Korean.
rr The Revised Romanization of the name.
Leaving this field empty will add the page to Category:Wikipedia articles needing romanized Korean.
mr The McCune–Reischauer of the name.
Leaving this field empty will add the page to Category:Wikipedia articles needing romanized Korean.
*short Short name for the settlement (if different from the primary name). replace * with
hangul, hanja, rr, or mr
area_km2 Total area in square kilometres entered in a raw, unformatted fashion. The values will be converted, formatted, and symbols added automatically.
areanote A place to include any references and/or notes regarding the area if none are given in the main article.
elevation_m Elevation in metres entered in a raw, unformatted fashion. The values will be converted, formatted, and symbols added automatically.
elevationnote A place to include any references and/or notes regarding the elevation if none are given in the main article.
pop Population. Raw unformatted numbers only. The template will format the values automatically.
popnote A place to include any references and/or notes regarding the population if none are given in the main article.
popyear The year from when the population figures were taken. Do not include brackets, as the year will automatically be placed in parenthesis.
popden_km2 Population density (people per square kilometre) entered in a raw, unformatted fashion. The values will be converted, formatted, and symbols added automatically. Alternatively, if this field is left blank and values are given for both area_km2 and pop, the template will automatically calculate population density.
popdennote A place to include any references and/or notes regarding the population density if none are given in the main article.
gov The type of government that applies to the settlement.
mayor For municipalities, the name of the current mayor.
capital The capital of the region or district.
divs The administrative divisions (South Korea/North Korea) of the settlement. This field will be omitted if the context is set to old.
region The region of Korea where the settlement is located.
dialect The dialect of Korean spoken in the settlement.
text A text field for any additional notes or information.

Microformat

The HTML mark up produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the place-name and location parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue article across Wikipedia, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

If the place or venue has an "established", "founded", "opened" or similar date that is specific to the day, use {{start date}} unless the date is before 1583 CE. If it has a URL, use {{URL}}.

hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • category
  • country-name
  • extended-address
  • fn
  • label
  • locality
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • street-address
  • url
  • vcard

Please do not rename or remove these classes nor collapse nested elements which use them.

See also