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List of second-level administrative divisions of North Korea

This article is part of a series on the
Administrative divisions of North Korea
Provincial level
Province
( to)
Direct-administered city
(직할시 直轄市 chikhalsi)
Special city
(특별시 特別市 t'ŭkpyŏlsi)
Municipal level
Special-level city
(특급시 特級市 t'ŭkkŭpsi)
City
( si)
County
( kun)
District
(구역 區域 kuyŏk)
District
( ku)
District
(지구 地區 chigu)
Submunicipal level
Town
( ŭp)
Neighbourhood
( tong)
Village
( ri)
Workers' District
(로동자구 勞動者區 rodongjagu)

This is a list of all second-level administrative divisions of North Korea, including cities, counties, workers' districts, districts, and wards, organized by province or directly governed city.

The second-level divisions of North Korea as of 2012

Pyongyang Directly Governed City

Rason Special City

Chagang Province

North Hamgyong Province

South Hamgyong Province

North Hwanghae Province

South Hwanghae Province

Kangwon Province

North Pyongan Province

South Pyongan Province

Ryanggang Province

See also

External links

  • Map of all second-level divisions of North Korea
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