Najin

Najin

 

a city and port in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is located on the northeastern coast of the Korean Peninsula, in naturally formed, ice-free Najin Bay in the Sea of Japan, in North Hamgyong Province. Population, 38,500 (1962). The shipbuilding and food-processing industries are located there.

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