Chungnam Province

Chungnam-Do South Korea

Also known as South Chungcheong Province

There are more than two million Koreans living in South Chungcheong-do with another 20,000 foreigners living and working in the province. Chungnam is very low and flat with no point exceeding 1,000 meters high, making it the lowest province in the country. Despite its low elevation, there are still low lying mountains to be found such as The Charyeongsanmaek Mountain Range and The Gaya mountains. Sand dunes along its coastline make its beaches very inviting for tourists and locals alike.

Major Cities in Chungnam Province

Asan

Population: 322,000

Famous for its hot springs and beautiful natural scenery.

Asan Wiki

Boryeong

Population: 115,000

Famous for its beaches, its surrounding islands and The Boryeong Mud Festival.

Boryeong Wiki

Cheonan

Population: 671,000

Connected to Seoul and Daejeon via high speed train. The entire city center is surrounded by mountains.

Cheonan Wiki

Gongju

Population: 121,000

Became the new capital city of Korea in 2007.

Gongju Wiki

Nonsan

Population: 142,000

An agrarian city that’s famous for rice production, strawberries, nashi pears and ginseng.

Nonsan Wiki

Seosan

Population: 178,000

Nice beaches, surrounding islands and scenic farm land provides excellent tourist areas.

Seosan Wiki

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