Hwanggumpyong Island (Chinese: 黃金坪島) is a river island in the Yalu river, lying on the border between North Korea and China. It now belongs to North Korea, due to ethnic Koreans living on the island at the time of the 1962 border treaty. The island abuts the Chinese side of the river.
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