Chonju
or Jeonju geographical name city SW South Korea SW of Taejon population 426,473

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Chŏnju —   [tʃʌndʒu], Hauptstadt und Versorgungszentrum der Provinz Chŏllabuk do, Süd Korea, 563 000 Einwohner; traditionelles Kunsthandwerk, Nahrungsmittel und Textilindustrie.   Geschichte:   Mit einer bis in die Mitte des 6. Jahrhunderts …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Chonju — /chuen jooh /, n. a city in SW South Korea. 262,816. * * * ▪ South Korea       city, Chŏlla puk do (province), southwestern South Korea. It is 21 miles (34 km) east of the Yellow Sea and is surrounded by steep hills with fortified castles. One of …   Universalium

  • chonju — ˈjȯn|jü adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: from Chonju, So. Korea : of or from the city of Chonju, So. Korea : of the kind or style prevalent in Chonju * * * /chuen jooh /, n. a city in SW South Korea. 262,816 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chǒnju — ► C. del SO de la República de Corea, cap. de la prov. de Chǒlla Septentrional; 426 498 h …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • chonju — chon·ju …   English syllables

  • Chonju — Chon•ju [[t]ˈtʃœnˈdʒu[/t]] n. geg a city in SW South Korea. 563,406 …   From formal English to slang

  • Чонджу — (Chonju)Chonju, адм. центр пров. Чолла Пукто на Ю. З. Южной Кореи; 517100 жителей (1990). Ч. – сельскохозяйственный центр густонаселенного района рисосеяния. В городе развита легкая промышленность …   Страны мира. Словарь

  • Bistum Jeonju — Basisdaten Staat Südkorea …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kim Il-sung — Infobox President name = Kim Il Sung 김일성 office =President of the Democratic People s Republic of Korea (Eternal President of the Republic) term start =28 December 1972 term end =July 8, 1994 predecessor = Successor =Kim Jong il (as Chairman of… …   Wikipedia

  • Ken Ryker — Nombre real Gary James Pokorney Nacimiento 17 de agosto de 1972 Chonju, Corea del Sur Estatura 1,90 m Peso 230 libras Ojos café Cabello rubio oscuro …   Wikipedia Español

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