North Korea Political Map
North Korea Country Information:
North Korea is located in eastern Asia. North Korea is bordered by the Korea Bay to the west, the Sea of Japan (East Sea) to the east, China to the north, and South Korea to the south.
North Korea Bordering Countries:
China, South Korea, Russia
North Korea Cities:
Anak, Anbyon, Anju, Ch’ongjin, Changjin, Changyon, Chasong, Chonch'on, Ch'ongjin, Chongju, Chongp'yong, Chongsong, Ch'osan, Chungsan, Haeju, Hamhung, Hoeryong, Hoeyang, Huich'on, Hungnam, Hyesan, Ich'on, Iwon, Kaech'on, Kaesong, Kanggye, Kilju, Kimch’aek (Songjin), Koin, Koksan, Kop'ung, Kosong, Kowon, Kujang, Kumsong, Kumya, Kyongsong, Manp’o, Monggump'o, Munch'on, Musan, Najin, Namp'o, Nanam, Nangnim, Ongjin, Onsong, P’ihyon, P’yongyang, Pakch'on, Pogo, Pujon, Pukchin, Pukch'ong, P'yonggang, P'yongsan, P'yong-song, P'yongwon, Sakchu, Sariwon, Sep'o, Sinch'ang, Sinp'a, Sinuiju, Sohung, Sonch'on, Songnim, Sunbong, Sunch'on, Taedong, Taegwan, T'aet'an, Tanch'on, T'ongch'on, Undok, Wiwon, Wonsan, Yangdok, Yongamp'o, Yongbal and Yongjo.
North Korea Locations:
Changjin Reservoir, Haeju-man, Imjin River, Korea Bay, Sea of Japan (East Sea), Sup’ung Reservoir, Taedong River, Tongjoson-man, Tumen River, Yalu River, Yellow Sea and Yesong River.
North Korea Natural Resources:
North Korea has numerous metallic resources such as tungsten, iron ore, pyrites, lead, zinc copper and gold. The country’s minerals include graphite, fluorspar and magnesite. North Korea has other natural resources, some of which are coal, salt and hydropower.
North Korea Natural Hazards:
North Korea is subject to seasonal natural hazards. These include droughts in the late spring, which are often followed by severe flooding. During the early fall there are occasional typhoons.
North Korea Environmental Issues:
Environmental issues for North Korea include deforestation, soil degradation and erosion. The issues concerning water include waterborne diseases, an inadequate supply of potable water and water pollution.