List of postal codes in South Korea

South Korean postal codes consist six digits and one dash.

List

Seoul

Gangwon-do

  • 200 Chuncheon
  • 200-020 Bongui-dong
  • 209 Hwacheon
  • 210 Gangneung
  • 215 Yangyang
  • 217 Sokcho
  • 219 Goseong
  • 220 Wonju
  • 225 Hoengseong
  • 230 Yongwol
  • 232 Pyeongchang
  • 233 Jeongseon
  • 235 Taebaek
  • 240 Donghae
  • 245 Samcheok
  • 250 Hongcheon
  • 252 Inje
  • 255 Yanggu
  • 269 Cheolwon

Daejeon, Chungcheong

  • 300 Daejeon Dong-gu
  • 301 Daejeon Jung-gu
  • 302 Daejeon Seo-gu
  • 305 Daejeon Yuseong-gu
  • 306 Daejeon Daedeok-gu
  • 312 Geumsan
  • 314 Gongju
  • 320 Nonsan
  • 321 Gyeryong
  • 323 Buyo
  • 325 Seocheon
  • 330 Cheonan
  • 336 Asan
  • 339 Yeongi
  • 340 Yesan
  • 343 Dangjin
  • 345 Cheongyang
  • 350 Hongseong
  • 355 Boryong
  • 356 Seosan
  • 357 Taean
  • 360 Cheongju Sangdang-gu
  • 361 Cheongju Heungdeok-gu
  • 363 Cheongwon
  • 365 Jincheon
  • 367
  • 368 Jeungpyeong
  • 369 Eumseong
  • 370 Yeongdong
  • 373 Okcheon
  • 376 Boeun
  • 380 Chungju
  • 390 Jecheon
  • 395 Danyang

Incheon, Gyeonggi

  • 400 Incheon Jung-gu
  • 401 Incheon Dong-gu
  • 402 Incheon Nam-gu
  • 403 Incheon Bupyeong-gu
  • 404 Incheon Seo-gu
  • 405 Incheon Namdong-gu
  • 406 Incheon Yeonsu-gu
  • 407 Incheon Gyeyang-gu
  • 409 Ongjin
  • 410 Goyang Ilsandong-gu
  • 411 Goyang Ilsanseo-gu
  • 412 Goyang Deogyang-gu
  • 413 Paju
  • 415 Gimpo
  • 417 Ganghwa
  • 420 Bucheon Wonmi-gu
  • 421 Bucheon Ojeong-gu
  • 422 Bucheon Sosa-gu
  • 423 Gwangmyeong
  • 425 Ansan Danwon-gu
  • 426 Andan Sangrok-gu
  • 427 Gwacheon
  • 429 Sihung
  • 430 Anyang Manan-gu
  • 431 Anyang Dongan-gu
  • 435 Gunpo
  • 437 Uiwang
  • 440 Suwon Jangan-gu
  • 441 Suwon Gweonseon-gu
  • 442 Suwon Paldal-gu
  • 443 Suwon Yeongtong-gu
  • 445 Hwaseong
  • 446 Yongin Gihung-gu
  • 447 Osan
  • 448 Yongin Suji-gu
  • 449 Yongin Cheoin-gu
  • 450 Pyeongtaek (dong)
  • 451 Pyeongtaek (eup, myeon)
  • 456 Anseong
  • 459 Pyeongtaek (Songtan)
  • 461 Seongnam Sujeong-gu
  • 462 Seongnam Jungwon-gu
  • 463 Seongnam Bundang-gu
  • 464 Gwangju
  • 465 Hanam
  • 467 Icheon
  • 469 Yeoju
  • 471 Guri
  • 472 Namyangju
  • 476 Yangpyeong
  • 477 Gapyeong
  • 480 Uijeongbu
  • 482 Yangju
  • 483 Dongducheon
  • 486 Yeoncheon
  • 487 Pocheon

Gwangju, Jeolla

  • 500 Gwangju Buk-gu
  • 501 Gwangju Dong-gu
  • 502 Gwangju Seo-gu
  • 503 Gwangju Nam-gu
  • 506 Gwangju Gwansan-gu
  • 513 Yeonggwang
  • 515 Jangseong
  • 516 Gokseong
  • 517 Damyang
  • 519 Hwasun
  • 520 Naju
  • 525 Hampyeong
  • 526 Yeongam
  • 527 Gangjin
  • 529 Janghung
  • 530 Mokpo
  • 534 Muan
  • 535 Sinan
  • 536 Haenam
  • 537 Wando
  • 539 Jindo
  • 540 Suncheon
  • 542 Gurye
  • 545 Gwangyang
  • 546 Boseong
  • 548 Gohung
  • 550 Yosu
  • 560 Jeonju Wansan-gu
  • 561 Jeonju Deokjin-gu
  • 565 Wanju
  • 566 Imsil
  • 567 Jinan
  • 568 Muju
  • 570 Iksan
  • 573 Gunsan
  • 576 Gimje
  • 569 Buan
  • 580 Jeongeup
  • 585 Gochang
  • 590 Namwon
  • 595 Sunchang
  • 597 Jangsu

Busan, Ulsan, Jeju, Gyeongsangnam-do

  • 600 Busan Jung-gu
  • 608 Busan Suyoung-gu
  • 611 Busan Yeonje-gu
  • 621 Gimhae
  • 630 Masan Hoewon-gu
  • 641 Changwon
  • 650 Tongyong
  • 660 Jinju
  • 670 Geochang
  • 680 Ulsan Nam-gu
  • 690 Jeju

Daegu, Gyeongsangbuk-do

  • 700 Daegu Jung-gu
  • 711 Dalseong
  • 730 Gumi
  • 740 Gimcheon
  • 750 Yongju
  • 760 Andong
  • 770 Yeongcheon
  • 780 Gyeongju
  • 790 Pohang Nam-gu
Seoul (서울) listen   [sʌ.
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Jung-gu, or "central district," is the name of a gu in several South Korean cities:
  • Jung-gu, Pusan
  • Jung-gu, Taegu
  • Jung-gu, Daejeon
  • Jung-gu, Incheon
  • Jung-gu, Seoul
  • Jung-gu, Ulsan

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Jongro-gu is a gu, or district, in central Seoul, South Korea. It takes its name from a major local street, Jongno.

A number of colleges and universities are located here; these include the main campuses of Seoul National University and Sungkyunkwan University, as
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Seodaemun-gu is a gu located in northwestern Seoul, South Korea. Seodaemun-gu incorporates residential and historical areas. It is home to several prominent universities, including Yonsei and Ewha, Bongwon Temple and the notorious Seodaemun Prison. The district covers 17.
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Mapo-gu is a gu, or district, of Seoul, South Korea. It lies north of the Han River. It is the site of several universities and governmental headquarters, and is especially well-known for the Hongdae club district.
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Eunpyeong-gu is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea.


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Dongdaemun-gu is one of the 25 gu (districts) of Seoul, South Korea. It is located to the north of the River Han.

History

Dongdaemun Gu was first created in 1943 when the "gu" system started and was larger in area than today.
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Jungrang-gu is one of the 25 gu, or districts, of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the north side of the Han River.


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Dobong-gu is one of the 25 districts (gu) of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the north side of the Han River.


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Seongdong-gu is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. It is situated on the north bank of the Han River. It is divided into 20 dong (neighborhoods).
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Gangdong-gu (literally "district east of the river") is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the east side of the city.

Sister cities

  • Gyeongsan, South Korea

See also


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Gangnam-gu is one of the 25 gu (local government districts) which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the most affluent areas of Seoul and is located in the southeast of the city.
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Seongbuk-gu is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. It is located in the mid-north part of the city.

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Seocho-gu is a gu of Seoul, South Korea. It is a ritzy, upper-class ward located in the southeast of the city. Seocho-gu is home to the majority of Seoul's French population, as well as many other foreigners including diplomats.
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Songpa-gu is a gu of Seoul, South Korea. It is located in the southeast of the city. Songpa-gu is home to the Lotte Hotel and Lotte World. The 1988 Summer Olympics took place in Songpa-gu. The Olympic Park and Olympic Sports Complex are still major attractions.
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Nowon-gu is a residential district of Seoul, South Korea, Located in the northeastern part of the metropolitan city. It has the highest population density in Seoul, with 619,509 people living in the area of 35.44 km².
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Yongsan-gu is a district of Seoul, South Korea. It sits to the North of the Han River under the shadow of Seoul Tower.It is home to roughly 250,000 people, and is divided into 20 dong, or neighborhoods.
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Gangbuk-gu (lit. River-north gu) is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. Its name is derived from the fact that it is located at the north of Han river. It was created from neighboring Dobong-gu in 1995.
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Gwangjin-gu is one of the 25 wards (gu) of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the north side of the Han River. It was created from neighboring Seongdong-gu in 1995.
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Yeongdeungpo-gu is an administrative district in southwest Seoul, Korea. Although the origin of the name is uncertain, the first two syllables are thought to be from "yeongdeung" (靈登) or "divine ascent", a shamanic rite.
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Gwanak-gu is a gu, or district, in Seoul, South Korea. It lies on Seoul's southern border, just north of the city of Anyang. It is separated from Anyang by the craggy ridgeline of Gwanaksan, a low mountain which dominates local geography.
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Guro, a district of Seoul which separated from Yeongdeungpo on April 1, 1980 is located in the southwestern part of the city. Guro has an important position as a transport link from the rest of Seoul to the south of the country.
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Geumcheon-gu is one of the 25 gu (districts) of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the south side of the Han River. It was created from neighboring Guro-gu in 1995.
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Dongjak-gu is one of the 25 gu which make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. Its name was derived from the Dongjaegi Naruteo Ferry, located on the Han River which borders the district to the north.
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Gangseo-gu, or "west of river district," is the name of a gu in 2 South Korean cities:
  • Gangseo-gu, Busan
  • Gangseo-gu, Seoul

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Yangcheon-gu is a gu, or district, of Seoul, South Korea, located on the southwest side of the Han River. This place were called 'Jechapaui-hyun' during the Goguryeo age. And its name have changed several times.
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Gangwon or Kangwon can refer to several different regions:
  • Gangwon (historical), the Goryeo and Joseon Dynasty province.
  • Gangwon-do (South Korea), the province of South Korea.
  • Kangwon-do (North Korea), the province of North Korea.

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Daejeon Metropolitan City ( listen  ) is a metropolitan city in the center of South Korea.
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Chungcheong (Chungcheong-do) was one of the eight provinces of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty. Chungcheong was located in the southwest of Korea. The provincial capital was located at Gongju, which had been the capital of the kingdom of Baekje from 475 to 538.
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Incheon is a metropolitan city and a major seaport on the west coast of South Korea, near Seoul. Its geographical location is .

Human settlement at the location goes back to the Neolithic.
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