Uijeongbu

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Uijeongbu

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Uijongbu

(o͝o`ē`jông`bo͞o`), city (1995 pop. 276,255), Gyeonggi (Kyonggi) prov., NW South Korea. Part of Seoul's fringe industrial region, Uijeongbu is an agricultural center with textile, food-processing, and paper industries. It was an important UN military base during the Korean War.
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According to Borrinaga, the third bell at Camp Red Cloud, a US camp in Uijeongbu City, South Korea, will also be returned.
7 Joshua Carino, reached home three seconds after their skipper in a big group that also included another Pinoy, Chris Joven of Bike Xtreme Philippines and Korean Jung Haejon of Uijeongbu City and Eritrian Metkel Eyob, the second and third placers, respectively.
Held at the plaza in front of Uijeongbu City Hall, "451" offered a fiery spectacle of a firefighter who rebels against the system destroying books.
Aside from the Dutch also participating in the event - now on its fourth year - are Japan's Matrix Powertag, Taiwan's Team Gusto, the Malaysian National Team, Thailand-based CNN Cycling Team and Infinite-Singha Cycling Team, and South Korea's Uijeongbu City Cycling Team.
The Uijeongbu city government bought the former Camp Sears site from the defense ministry in 2012 after the land was returned to the ministry in 2007 under a base consolidation and relocation plan, known as the Land Partnership Program (LPP).
The ministry commissioned the Korea Environment Corporation to clean up the site from 2009 and 2012 before the Uijeongbu city government purchased the land as part of a project to establish an administrative complex housing public and government agencies.
Malaysia's national team and Taiwan's Team Gusto arrived Friday while South Korea's Uijeongbu City Team will fly in at noon Friday , in time for the presentation of teams at Hotel Rembrandt in Quezon City.
On its fourth staging, Ronda has invited seven foreign teams led by Netherlands' Dutch Global, CNN Continental Cycling Team, South Korea's Uijeongbu City Cycling Team and Japan's Matrix Powertag Continental Team.