Chonju


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Chonju,

South Korea: see JeonjuJeonju
or Chonju
, city (1995 pop. 563,406), capital of North Jeolla (Cholla) prov., SW South Korea. It is a transportation, industrial, and agricultural center in the heart of the country's most densely populated and richest rice-growing area.
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Chonju

 

a city in South Korea and capital of Cholla-pukdo (North Cholla Province). Population, 277,000 (1973). Chonju, a transportation junction, is linked by railroad with the ports of Kunsan on the Yellow Sea and Yosu on the Korea Strait. The city has enterprises of the food-processing (including rice-polishing), textile, wood-products, and paper industries.

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