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Danwon-gu

Danwon-gu
단원구
Non-autonomous District
Korean transcription(s)
 • Hanja
 • Revised Romanization Danwon-gu
 • McCune-Reischauer Tanwǒn-gu

Map of Gyeonggi-do highlighting Danwon-gu.
Country South Korea
Region Sudogwon (SCA)
Province Gyeonggi
City Ansan
Administrative divisions 12 dong
Area
 • Total 91.23 km2 (35.22 sq mi)
Population (July 31, 2013)
 • Total 371,434
 • Density 4,100/km2 (11,000/sq mi)
 • Dialect Seoul
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Danwon-gu is the district of the city of Ansan in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.

Administrative divisions

Danwon-gu is divided into the following dongs:

Name Hangul Hanja Population[1] Households Area(㎢)[2]
Wa-dong 와동 瓦洞 47,032 19,558 3.23
Gojan 1-dong 고잔 1동 古棧洞 23,955 9,167 1.75
Gojan 2-dong 고잔 2동 25,332 9,635 1.87
Hosu-dong 호수동 湖水洞 44,986 14,808 2.48
Wongokbon-dong 원곡보동 元谷洞 51,582 15,264 8.12
Wongok 1-dong 원곡 1동 14,359 4,287 0.95
Wongok 2-dong 둰곡 2동 16,944 5,301 0.96
Choji-dong 초지동 草芝洞 54,968 17,672 21.16
Seonbu 1-dong 선부 1동 仙府洞 19,205 7,466 0.86
Seonbu 2-dong 선부 2동 28,318 11,374 2.07
Seonbu 3-dong 선부 3동 37,179 13,720 5.81
Daebu-dong 대부동 大阜洞 7'574 3,766 42.37

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References

External links

  • English Website

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