Geopolitical map of North Korea

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CapitalPopulationArea
Pyongyang 22,912,177 120,540
Country codePhone CodeLocal HourTime zone
KP +850 04:47:30 Asia/Pyongyang
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Some data about North Korea

North Korea is a country of 22,912,177 inhabitants, with an area of ​120,540 km2, its capital is Pyongyang and its time zone is "Asia/Pyongyang". Its ISO code is "KP" in 2 positions and "PRK" in 3 positions.

To be able to make a telephone call to North Korea, you must dial your telephone code, which is 850. The currency used in North Korea is the "Won" (KPW).

The administrative subdivision of North Korea (administrative division) is made up of 9 Do (level 1), 1 Chikhalsi (level 1), 1 Teukbyeolsi (level 1), 157 Kun (level 2) and 23 Si (level 2). North Korea has 15 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants and 1 cities with more than one million inhabitants.

Above you have a geopolitical map of North Korea with a precise legend on its biggest cities, its road network, its airports, railways and waterways. Do not hesitate to click on the map of North Korea to access a zoom level and finer details.

North Korea shares borders with China, South Korea and Russia.

Proportion of cities by number of inhabitants in North Korea

Number of cities by importance (population) in North Korea. Considering cities with a population of more than 100 000, 200 000, 500 000 and 1 million inhabitants, with the percentage of the population that these cities represent.

> 100k inhabitants > 200k inhabitants > 500k inhabitants > 1 million inhabitants
15 12 2 1
32.8 % 30.7 % 16.5 % 14.1 %
  • The 15 most important cities represent 32.8% of the entire population
  • The 12 most important cities represent 30.7% of the entire population
  • The 2 most important cities represent 16.5% of the entire population
  • The 1 most important cities represent 14.1% of the entire population

Administrative division of North Korea

Administrative subdivisionsAdministrative level
9 Do1
1 Chikhalsi1
1 Teukbyeolsi1
157 Kun2
23 Si2

List of first-order administrative division in North Korea

  • Chagang-do
  • Hambuk
  • Hamnam
  • Hwanghae-bukto
  • Hwanghae-namdo
  • Kangwŏn-do
  • P’yŏngan-bukto
  • Pyongyang
  • Rason
  • P’yŏngan-namdo
  • Ryanggang

List of major cities of North Korea

  • Pyongyang3 222 000 inhabitants
  • Hamhŭng559 056 inhabitants
  • Namp’o455 000 inhabitants
  • Sunch’ŏn437 000 inhabitants
  • Hŭngnam346 082 inhabitants
  • Kaesŏng338 155 inhabitants
  • Wŏnsan329 207 inhabitants
  • Chongjin327 000 inhabitants
  • Sariwŏn310 100 inhabitants
  • Sinŭiju288 112 inhabitants
  • Haeju222 396 inhabitants
  • Kanggye209 530 inhabitants
  • Hyesan192 680 inhabitants
  • Songnim152 425 inhabitants
  • Manp’o116 760 inhabitants
  • P’yŏngsŏng100 000 inhabitants
  • Hyesan-dong97 794 inhabitants
  • Yuktae-dong76 427 inhabitants
  • Hongwŏn70 923 inhabitants
  • Rajin66 224 inhabitants
  • Ongjin64 247 inhabitants
  • Kilju63 652 inhabitants
  • Chaeryŏng-ŭp53 330 inhabitants
  • Anju50 196 inhabitants
  • Ŭiju50 081 inhabitants
  • Hoeryŏng43 831 inhabitants
  • Sŭngho 1-tong39 841 inhabitants
  • Changyŏn39 368 inhabitants
  • Sunan36 671 inhabitants
  • Hwangju-ŭp35 641 inhabitants
  • Kyŏngsŏng35 604 inhabitants
  • Aoji-ri34 248 inhabitants
  • Nanam34 055 inhabitants
  • Anbyŏn-ŭp31 845 inhabitants
  • Kusŏng30 902 inhabitants
  • Chŏngju29 065 inhabitants
  • Kangdong-ŭp28 922 inhabitants
  • Sŏnbong27 331 inhabitants
  • Iwŏn-ŭp26 364 inhabitants
  • Hŭkkyo-ri25 437 inhabitants