Kusong


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Kusong

 

a city in northern Korea, in the province of Pyongan Pukdo of the Korean People’s Democratic Republic. Kusong has a railroad station. The city is a new industrial center, built since the people took power. Industries include machine building (machine tools and mining equipment) and textiles.

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US officials said on Tuesday they have seen increased North Korean activity at a site in the Western city of Kusong that could be preparations for another missile test within days.
The missile was launched from the Banghyon airfield in Kusong, North Korea and flew 578 miles before it landed in the Sea of Japan.
The missile flew 700 km (430 miles) and reached an altitude of more than 2,000 km (1,245 miles), according to officials in South Korea and Japan, further and higher than an intermediate-range missile North Korea successfully tested in February from the same region of Kusong, northwest of its capital, Pyongyang.
Japanese officials said the missile, which launched from north-western Kusong, reached an altitude of 2,000km.
Japanese officials say the missile, which launched from north-western Kusong, reached an altitude of 2,000km.
Sunday Seoul time, off Kusong north of the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, a South Korean military official said.
Sunday, local time, (2027 Saturday, GMT) from an area in the vicinity of Kusong, North Pyongan Province," the report said, citing a statement by South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).
Lance de la base militaire nord-coreenne de Kusong, dans la province du Nord Pyongan, vers 05h30 (20h30 GMT samedi), le projectile a parcouru environ 700 km avant de s'abimer en mer du Japon.
Locations cited from these sources include Mount Chonma, the city of Kusong, Hagap, and Pakchon.
He moved to Pyongyang from Kusong, about 120 kilometers north of the capital in North Pyongan Province, after becoming vice chairman of a trade union late last year, his mother said.
Sang Bin Lee and Kwang Jung Kim, Department of Management Science, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, 371-1, Kusong Dong, Yusunggu, Taejon 305-701, Korea
Air Force stated that its planes had bombed irrigation dams at Kusong and Toksan in North Korea, and in even finer print that North Korean radio had acknowledged "great damage" to these large reservoirs.