Ulsan

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Ulsan

(o͞ol`sän`), city (1995 pop. 333,178), SE South Korea, an independent metropolitan city and a port on the Korea Strait. Once a fishing port and agricultural center, it is now an industrial center, with oil refineries, chemical plants, and a large sugar refinery. Automobiles, fertilizer, textiles, ships, and aluminum are produced.

Ulsan

 

a city and major port in South Korea, in the province of Kyongsang-namdo; situated in the bay Ulsan-man of the Sea of Japan. Population, 157,000 (1970). The city has a petroleum and chemical complex, including facilities for oil-refining and the manufacture of mineral fertilizers. There is fishing.

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Our strategic alliance with Taeyoung Group has proved beneficial in increasing our terminalling business in the port of Ulsan.
The Takayama departed from the South Korean port of Ulsan on April 4 and was sailing for Saudi Arabia to load crude oil, the ministry said.
The second and third shipments of fertilizer will reportedly depart the eastern port of Ulsan for Haeju in North Korea's west on Thursday and Saturday.

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