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Wonju

(wŭn`jo͞o`), city (1995 pop. 237,423), Gangwon prov., N central South Korea. Most of its industries relate to the military base in the city. It was a subcapital of the Silla dynasty (see KoreaKorea
, Korean Hanguk or Choson, region and historic country (85,049 sq mi/220,277 sq km), E Asia. A peninsula, 600 mi (966 km) long, Korea separates the Sea of Japan (called the East Sea by Koreans) on the east from the Yellow Sea (and Korea Bay [or West Korea
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In the early 20th century, Wonju was a relatively thriving city in an impoverished province.
Wonju Hong of Korea scored 229.80 to win silver while Phisitthanakul Raiwin of Thailand and Tan Swang Hee of Singapore wound up tied for the bronze with 221.70 points.
The authors declare that they presented this case at a seminar organized by the Korean Endocrine Society held in Wonju, South Korea, in May 2018.
The attack helicopter went down in the county of Wonju in Gangwon province, the officials said.
Currently, 182 students are enrolled at the university, mostly seminarians from Chucheon, Suwon and Wonju dioceses and the Korean Missionary Society.
In February 1951, United Nations forces in Korea withstood the Chinese Fourth Phase Offensive at Chip'yong-ni and Wonju with incredible bravery and fortitude.
forces withdrew to Wonju. There, the 17th, 38th and 187th (Airborne) Infantry regiments inflicted 5,000 casualties on the Chinese on Feb.
Kim also named Han Wan Sang, president of Sangji University in Wonju, Kangwon Province, as deputy prime minister for education and human resources.
The Wonju City Government in Gangwon Province plans to build a glass-bottom bridge at the Ganhyeon Tourist Site, which has recently emerged as a popular tourist destination.
This study was approved by the IRB of Wonju College of Medicine, Yonsei University (YWDR-15-2-027).