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2019 North Korean parliamentary election

The election of deputies to the 14th Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) was held in North Korea on 10 March 2019.[1] The elections were announced on On 8 January 2019. With only one candidate on the ballot in each constituency, outside observers considered it a show election. 687 deputies to the SPA were elected. Kim Jong-un did not stand for election, marking the first time that a North Korean leader did not participate as a candidate.

2019 North Korean parliamentary election

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Leader Kim Jong-un Kim Yong-dae Ri Myong-chol
(interim)
Party Workers' Party Social Democratic Chondoist Chongu
Alliance Fatherland
Front
Fatherland
Front
Fatherland
Front
Leader's seat Did not contest 118th Jangsang 315th Ongjin
Seats before 607 50 22

SAC Chairman before election

Kim Jong-un
Workers' Party

Elected SAC Chairman

Kim Jong-un
Workers' Party

Contents

PreparationsEdit

On 8 January 2019, the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) issued Decision No. 220, which announced the election of deputies to the 14th Supreme People's Assembly.[2] This was followed three days later by the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly issuing Decision No. 221, which organized a central election committee for the election of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly that consists of Yang Hyong-sop as chairman, Kim Phyong-hae as vice chairman, Jong Yong-guk as secretary general, and Choe Pu-il, Kim Yong-dae, Kim Yong-ho, Pak Chol-min [ko], Ju Yong-gil, Kim Chang-yop, Jang Chun-sil, Ri Tu-song, Pak Myong-chol and Ryo Jong-son as members.[3]

The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported on 29 January that the constituencies and sub-constituencies for the election of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly had been organized, and, on 3 February, reported that election committees had been organized in the constituencies and sub-constituencies. On 21 February, the Workers' Party of Korea Publishing House produced posters urging voters to "further glorify socialism of our style on the strength of single-minded unity" and to "cement our revolutionary power as firm as a rock."[4] On 24 February, the KCNA reported that sub-constituency committees have displayed lists of eligible voters for the election.[5] On 25 February, the Rodong Sinmun published an editorial calling for elevated political enthusiasm and participation in the elections.[6] The Central Committee of the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland issued a similar appeal and sought for the social and economic prosperity of the nation coupled with peaceful relations (and a reunification) with South Korea.[7] On 2 March, the Korean Central Television broadcast-ed similar slogans.[8]

On 4 March, the Rodong Sinmun published a commentary saying that the North Korean election system is "the most superior in the world."[9]

On 7 March, the Central Election Committee reported that the nomination and registration of candidates has been completed.[10] On 8 March, the KCNA reported that profiles of candidates in the election have been displayed at all constituencies, and polling stations have been set up.[11]

Voting practices and proceduresEdit

According to outside observers, the proceedings are a show election.[12][13] It is also believed that the legislature wields no influence on the state-policies and serves as a rubber-stamp to decisions taken by the party machinery.[14]

Voting is mandatory, and choice of candidates is not offered.[14] The voters are given a ballot paper with a single name and they are expected to drop it in the ballot box.[14][15] Although voters are able to signify dissent by crossing the name off, or by not voting at all, analysts argue that such actions would be considered as an act of treason and incur the wrath of the secret police.[14][16][17]

Election dayEdit

At 11:00, Kim Jong-un went to Sub-constituency No. 40 of Constituency No. 10 Kyogu located at the Kim Chaek University of Technology, and voted for the university's president Hong So-hon as deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly.[18]

At 12:00, the Central Election Committee reported that the voter turnout had reached 56.76 percent, which reached to 92.35% by 15:00.[19]

At 18:00, the Central Election Committee reported that all of the voters except for those overseas or working at sea have participated in the election, and that the election results are being counted.[20]

ResultsEdit

The Central Election Committee reported on 12 March 2019 that the voter turnout for the election was at 99.99%, and that 100% of the voters cast their ballots in favor of the registered candidates. The report also included the names of the 687 elected deputies to the 14th Supreme People's Assembly.[21]

Kim Jong-un was not included in the list of elected deputies, which marks the first time that a North Korean leader did not participate as a candidate in the election of the Supreme People's Assembly.[22]

Alliance Party Votes % Seats
Democratic Front for the
Reunification of Korea
General Association of Korean Residents in Japan 5
Others 682
Total 100 687
Registered voters/turnout 99.99
Source:[23][22]

Elected membersEdit

The following were elected as members of parliament:[24]

  1. Mangyongdae: Han Song-guk
  2. Kwangbok: Yun Yong-chol
  3. Palgol: Pak Kum-hui
  4. Janghun: Kim Yun-sil
  5. Killimgil: Kim Yo-jong
  6. Chukjon: Kim Song-bong
  7. Taepyong: Kim Yong-bok
  8. Wollo: Kim Tong-suk
  9. Kyongsang: Ri Song-jun
  10. Kyogu: Hong So-hon
  11. Ryonhwa: Sim Kyong-ok
  12. Sochang: Kil Kum-sun
  13. Pyongchon: Kim Myong-hwan
  14. Ansan: Kim Sok-nam
  15. Ponghak: Kim Hyon
  16. Ryukgyo: Ri Yong-hui
  17. Saemaul: Jo Kil-nyo
  18. Potonggang: Pang Sung-son
  19. Ryugyong: Kim Hye-ran
  20. Pulgungori: Ri Mi-ok
  21. Kaeson: Choe Hui-tae
  22. Pipa: Hwang Sun-hui
  23. Jonsung: Choe Ryong-hae
  24. Kinmaul: Ri Sung-ho
  25. Sosong: Ri Su-yong
  26. Janggyong: Hong Song-gwang
  27. Hasin: O Yong-jae
  28. Jungsin: Pak In-suk
  29. Taesong: Tae Hyong-chol
  30. Ryonghung: Yang Hyong-sop
  31. Anhak: Jong Myong-il
  32. Ulmil: Jo Kum-ju
  33. Kwahak: Jang Chol
  34. Tongmun: Kim Song-hui
  35. Chongryu: Ri Song-uk
  36. Munsu: Ri Myong-chol
  37. Tapje: Choe Song-ran
  38. Sagok: Kim Yong-bae
  39. Tongdaewon: Cha Hui-rim
  40. Ryuldong: Choe Song-won
  41. Silli: Sim Il-chol
  42. Samma: Ri Man-gon
  43. Songyo: Rim Tong-hun
  44. Tungmae: Ri Kun-il
  45. Ryulgok: Jo Myong-nam
  46. Yongje: Han Myong-hui
  47. Rangrang: Kim Yong-nam
  48. Jongo: Kim Ki-nam
  49. Jongbaek: Pak Hyong-ryol
  50. Chungsong: Ri Un-jong
  51. Kwanmun: Jo Ju-yong
  52. Sungri: Ri Pyong-chol
  53. Wonam: Ko Song-dok
  54. Ryongsong: Ham Chol-nam
  55. Rimwon: Kim Kwang-uk
  56. Ryunggung: An Myong-gon
  57. Unha: Ri Yong-suk
  58. Oun: Kang Sun-chol
  59. Masan: Kim Hae-song
  60. Sunan: Rim Kwang-ung
  61. Sokbak: Jon Sung-nam
  62. Sadong: Jo Hyong-chol
  63. Turu: Choe Chol-jung
  64. Hyuam: Ryom Tok-jun
  65. Rihyon: Pak Hyok
  66. Ryokpo: Jong Yong-suk
  67. Nunggum: Yun Kye-su
  68. Hyongjesan: Ri Yong-chol
  69. Hadang: Paek Sok-sun
  70. Sangdang: Kim Jong-suk
  71. Sinmi: Rim Won-jun
  72. Samsok: Kim Nung-o
  73. Todok: Jon Ha-rim
  74. Kangnam: Ri Man-song
  75. Yongjin: Ri Won-ok
  76. Kangdong: Jo Jun-mo
  77. Ponghwa: Kim Jae-ok
  78. Samdung: Kim Jong-chol
  79. Sangri: Kang Pyo-yong
  80. Hukryong: Kim Pyo-hun
  81. Songsok: Hwang Kang-chol
  82. Panghyon: Hong Pyong-chol
  83. Pyongsong: Chae Myong-hak
  84. Undok: An Myong-ok
  85. Ori: Kim Yong-su
  86. Samhwa: Kim Sung-du
  87. Kuwol: Min Sang-gi
  88. Okjon: Choe Chang-gi
  89. Paeksong: Ri Ryong-nam
  90. Anju: Ri Chang-gun
  91. Sinanju: Ri Kye-bong
  92. Tongmyon: Ri Kun-ho
  93. Wonpung: Choe Ji-son
  94. Nampyong: Yun Jong-guk
  95. Namhung: O Su-yong
  96. Kaechon: Kim Kum-suk
  97. Ramchon: Yun Yong-nam
  98. Sambong: Jang Jong-nam
  99. Konji: Kim Sun-hwa
  100. Kangchol: Kim Chang-gon
  101. Ryungjin: Kim Tok-hun
  102. Kakam: Jang Kyong-chol
  103. Alim: Rim Tong-chol
  104. Ryongun: Ri Il-hwan
  105. Sunchon: O Yong-gon
  106. Saedok: Kim Tu-il
  107. Soksu: Choe Yong-il
  108. Ryonpo: Sim Tong-chol
  109. Jeyak: Ryu Tu-hyon
  110. Subok: Pak Pong-ju
  111. Jikdong: Song Chang-ho
  112. Ryongak: Choe Kwang-il
  113. Tokchon: Choe Jang-il
  114. Kongwon: Im Chol-ung
  115. Jenam: Ri Yong-chol
  116. Chongsong: Mun Myong-hak
  117. Sangdok: Yu Rim-ho
  118. Jangsang: Kim Yong-dae
  119. Taedong: Ko Ki-chol
  120. Sijong: Ri Myong-hak
  121. Yongok: Yun Jong-sil
  122. Jungsan: Kim Song-il
  123. Kwangje: Sin O-sun
  124. Pungjong: Han Chol
  125. Pyongwon: Kim Jun-son
  126. Wonhwa: So Kyong-sim
  127. Opa: Ma Won-chun
  128. Unbong: Pak Tae-song
  129. Hanchon: Yu Chol-u
  130. Sukchon: Ri Yong-chol
  131. Ryongdok: Ri Song-chol
  132. Yoldusamchon: Kim Jae-nam
  133. Namyang: Kim Man-song
  134. Komsan: Choe Yong-song
  135. Mundok: Kang Hyong-bong
  136. Rimsok: Rim Tok-hwa
  137. Ryongo: Kim Song-hui
  138. Songchon: Jang Sun-kum
  139. Kunja: Jon Kwang-ho
  140. Sinsongchon: Ryu Won-song
  141. Jangrim: Kim Ki-gun
  142. Sinyang: Choe Yong-hui
  143. Yangdok: Kang Chu-ryon
  144. Tongyang: Kim Ok-ryon
  145. Unsan: O Yong-chol
  146. Chonsong: Jong Yong-nam
  147. Kubong: Ju Yong-gil
  148. Jaedong: Kim Ung-sop
  149. Haksan: Sin Ung-sik
  150. Mangil: Ri Myong-hui
  151. Pukchang: Kim Yong-chol
  152. Songnam: Mun Sun-hui
  153. Okchon: Kim Kwang-su
  154. Inpo: U Won-yong
  155. Tukjang: Jon Hak-chol
  156. Maengsan: Jo Won-taek
  157. Nyongwon: Pak Tong-chol
  158. Taehung: Wang Chang-uk
  159. Huichang: Son Sok-gun
  160. Sinjak: Jang Se-hyon
  161. Chongnam: Pak Yong-jin
  162. Komunkum: Kim Hyong-il
  163. Ungok: Kim Tong-il
  164. Taebaeksan: Ri Gwon
  165. Otaesan: Kim Kwang-hyok
  166. Unpasan: Jang Yong-su
  167. Cholbongsan: Jong Se-yon
  168. Myolaksan: Kim Yong-jin
  169. Jangamsan: Kim Myong-ho
  170. Pongsusan: Yun Tong-hyon
  171. Taedoksan: Kim Jong-gwan
  172. Namchongang: Hwang Kun-il
  173. Jangjasan: Kim Myong-sik
  174. Sinpagang: Jin Chol-su
  175. Taesongsan: So Hong-chan
  176. Mannyonsan: Yun Pyong-gwon
  177. Kuwolsan: Kim Song-chol
  178. Hallasan: No Kwang-chol
  179. Chonmasan: Kim Hyong-ryong
  180. Samgaksan: Son Chol-ju
  181. Sungrisan: Jo Kyong-chol
  182. Osongsan: Kim Taek-gu
  183. Roktusan: Pak Su-il
  184. Unbaeksan: Pang Kwan-bok
  185. Pongsungsan: Ho Yong-chun
  186. Paekmasan: Ri Tu-song
  187. Songaksan: Ri Tong-chun
  188. Suyangsan: Ri Yong-ju
  189. Sindoksan: An Ji-yong
  190. Myongdangsan: Kim Sok-hong
  191. Pongaksan: Choe Tu-yong
  192. Taemyongsan: Pak Myong-su
  193. Ryongaksan: Ri Tae-sop
  194. Songchongang: Ri Pong-chun
  195. Pyongchongang: Ju Song-nam
  196. Sujonggang: Kim Kum-chol
  197. Chailgang: Kim Sang-ryong
  198. Samchongang: Pak Jong-chon
  199. Somjingang: Song Sok-won
  200. Yongchongang: Kim Myong-nam
  201. Okchongang: Kim Su-gil
  202. Ryesangang: Kim Kwang-su
  203. Wigumgang: Ri Mun-guk
  204. Kalmagang: Song Yong-gon
  205. Haegumgang: Ko Myong-su
  206. Pipagang: Ri Jong-nam
  207. Kumchongang: Ri Yong-gil
  208. Taedonggang: Kang Sun-nam
  209. Chongchongang: Hong Jong-tuk
  210. Amnokgang: Ri Kwang-ho
  211. Tumangang: Ri Yong-chol
  212. Kunmasan: Hong Chol-gun
  213. Naegumgang: Chon Jae-gwon
  214. Hyoksin: Ju Tong-chol
  215. Hwaebul: Kim Kwang-hyok
  216. Sobaeksu: Ri Myong-su
  217. Kumsu: Kwak Chang-sik
  218. Haebal: Jo Tae-san
  219. Moranbong: Kim Yong-ho
  220. Haebang: Jang Il-su
  221. Pyoldong: Choe Pu-il
  222. Jonjin: Kang Pil-hun
  223. Jasonggang: Ri Yong-hwan
  224. Ponghwasan: Jon Tae-nam
  225. Kumgangsan: Ro Kyong-jun
  226. Sinuiju: So Ran-hui
  227. Paeksa: Ri Jong-ryol
  228. Namjung: Jong Yong-guk
  229. Minpo: Kim Man-su
  230. Sumun: Sin Ryong-man
  231. Chinson: O Jong-hui
  232. Ryusang: Kim Hae-yong
  233. Wai: Kang Ryong-mo
  234. Sokha: Pak Hui-min
  235. Rakjong: Pak Jong-gun
  236. Yonha: Kim Hwa-song
  237. Kusong: So Chun-yong
  238. Paeksok: Kim Jong-chol
  239. Namchang: Yang Sung-ho
  240. Chahung: Ho Chol-yong
  241. Jongju: Kim Kwang-un
  242. Tokon: Paek Jong-ran
  243. Koan: Ri Yong-jun
  244. Namho: Kim Kyong-ae
  245. Kalsan: Sonu Hui-chol
  246. Sakju: Kim Kwang-song
  247. Pungnyon: Kim Myong-ok
  248. Supung: Kang Won-sik
  249. Chongsong: Ri Chang-sok
  250. Pihyon: Hwang Jun-taek
  251. Ryangchaek: Kim Chol
  252. Paekma: Kim Yong-son
  253. Ryongchon: Kim Se-wan
  254. Pukjung: Hong Kwang-hyok
  255. Ryongampo: Choe Chan-il
  256. Sinam: Kim Yong-sun
  257. Yomju: Kim Pyong-ho
  258. Tasa: Choe Yong-dok
  259. Wiha: Paek On
  260. Cholsan: Jang Chang-ha
  261. Kasan: Kim Yong-gil
  262. Tongrim: Kye Myong-chol
  263. Chonggang: Ri Chung-gil
  264. Singok: Kim Chol-ho
  265. Sonchon: Paek In-chol
  266. Wolchon: Kwon Song-ho
  267. Samsong: Jo Jong-mun
  268. Inam: Ho Kwang-chun
  269. Kwangsan: Kim Il-guk
  270. Wonha: Cha Sung-su
  271. Chojang: Pak Tae-sik
  272. Unchon: Choe Kwang-chol
  273. Taeo: Kim Song-nam
  274. Posok: Choe Myong-sil
  275. Pakchon: Ryu Jong-guk
  276. Toksam: Ho Kwang-il
  277. Maengjung: Pak Yong-sun
  278. Nyongbyon: Kim Kum-sil
  279. Palwon: Ri Ju-o
  280. Kujang: Mun Kyong-dok
  281. Ryongdung: Kim Yong-song
  282. Ryongmun: Ju Yong-sik
  283. Sugu: Choe Yong
  284. Hyangsan: Kim Kyong-hui
  285. Taepyong: Choe Hyok-chol
  286. Unsan: Jong Kyong-il
  287. Pungyang: Ri Chol-jin
  288. Joyang: Han Chang-ho
  289. Taechon: O Hye-son
  290. Unhung: Ho Jong-ok
  291. Hakbong: Kim Kyong-nam
  292. Chonma: Kim Yong-gyu
  293. Joak: Kim Kun-chol
  294. Uiju: Han Tong-song
  295. Unchon: Hong Yong-chil
  296. Tokryong: Mo Sung-gil
  297. Taegwan: Choe Yong-song
  298. Taeryong: Jo Yong-su
  299. Changsong: Choe Hak-chol
  300. Tongchang: Paek Myong-chol
  301. Pyokdong: Paek Sun-yong
  302. Sindo: Ri Yong-chol
  303. Yaksan: Choe Song-il
  304. Haechong: So Sung-chol
  305. Uppa: Kim Tong-son
  306. Okgye: Kim Yong-chol
  307. Soae: Kang Ji-yong
  308. Sokchon: Pak Myong-chol
  309. Hakhyon: U Chang-sik
  310. Pyoksong: An Hye-song
  311. Jukchon: Pak Pong-tok
  312. Kangryong: Jang Yong-su
  313. Pupo: Yo Man-hyon
  314. Kumdong: Choe Sun-chol
  315. Ongjin: Ri Myong-chol
  316. Sagot: Paek Kyong-sin
  317. Samsan: Kim Mok-ryong
  318. Jonsan: Kim Jang-san
  319. Taetan: An Kyong-hwa
  320. Kwasan: Hong Pong-chol
  321. Jangyon: Mun In-chol
  322. Rakyon: Ri Yong-chol
  323. Samchon: Ri Ik-jung
  324. Talchon: Kim Jong
  325. Songhwa: Kim Son-hui
  326. Unryul: Kim Ung-chol
  327. Kumsanpo: Kang Kil-yong
  328. Jangryon: Ri Hwa-gyong
  329. Unchon: Kil Kyong-hui
  330. Ryangdam: Kim Ik-song
  331. Anak: Ko In-ho
  332. Wolji: Kim Chang-yop
  333. Taechu: Choe Yong-sam
  334. Omgot: Ri Jae-sik
  335. Sinchon: Kim Chang-nam
  336. Saenal: Mun Ung-jo
  337. Saegil: Pak Yong-ho
  338. Panjong: Kwon Jong-sil
  339. Jaeryong: Choe Hwi
  340. Samjigang: Ri Hye-suk
  341. Jangguk: Kim Yong-ae
  342. Pukji: Kim Tae-song
  343. Sinwon: So Pyong-hwan
  344. Muhak: Song Won-gil
  345. Pongchon: Kim Chun-do
  346. Sindap: Kang Jong-hui
  347. Paechon: Won Kyong-mo
  348. Kumsong: Kim Tae-sik
  349. Jongchon: Kim Jin-guk
  350. Unpong: Ri Chol-man
  351. Kumgok: Kang Myong-chol
  352. Yonan: Pak Tae-dok
  353. Ohyon: Jin Yon-sil
  354. Songho: Hong Myong-gi
  355. Chontae: Choe Tong-yun
  356. Haewol: Kim Myong-chol
  357. Chongdan: Yang Yong-gil
  358. Namchon: Choe Sung-ho
  359. Tokdal: Ri Hong-sop
  360. Chongjong: Pak Yon-ok
  361. Ryongyon: Kim Jong-ho
  362. Kumi: Ri Jong-suk
  363. Kwail: O In-nam
  364. Sindae: Jong Su-hyok
  365. Sariwon: O Myong-chun
  366. Wonju: Chae Kang-hwan
  367. Migok: Song Yun-hui
  368. Songyong: Kang Yun-sok
  369. Kwangsong: Ri Son-gwon
  370. Jongbang: Ri Yong-rae
  371. Unha: Ri Yong-ho
  372. Kuchon: Ri Yong-sim
  373. Kaesong: Paek Chun-gi
  374. Tonghyon: Jong Kyong-taek
  375. Sonjok: Choe Pyong-ryol
  376. Unhak: Pang Kang-su
  377. Tokam: Ri Kum-chol
  378. Panmun: Kim Yong-chol
  379. Ryongsan: Ri Kil-song
  380. Kaepung: An Yong-hwan
  381. Hwangju: Ri Hye-jong
  382. Chongryong: Ro Kwang-sop
  383. Samjong: Kim Chol-guk
  384. Hukgyo: Han Chol-nam
  385. Yontan: Ri Hang-gol
  386. Misan: Ri Yong-sik
  387. Pongsan: Ryang Jong-hun
  388. Madong: Kim Jae-chol
  389. Chonggye: Kim Chang-gwang
  390. Kuyon: Jo Chol-song
  391. Unpa: Ko Kil-son
  392. Kangan: Kim Tae-song
  393. Kwangmyong: Cha Jae-hui
  394. Risan: Ko Jong-chol
  395. Taechon: Kim Jong-ok
  396. Sohung: Han I-chol
  397. Poman: O Myong-song
  398. Sunan: Kwon Tae-yong
  399. Namjong: Pak Kum-song
  400. Yonsan: Kim Tu-chol
  401. Holdong: Kim Jae-song
  402. Sinpyong: An Tong-chun
  403. Mannyon: Ri Yong-jin
  404. Koksan: Ryu Myong-kum
  405. Pyongam: Pak Myong-son
  406. Singye: Nam Yong-suk
  407. Jongbong: Ju Tong-chol
  408. Chuchon: Choe Sin-uk
  409. Pyongsan: Ki Kwang-ho
  410. Chongsu: Ri Myong-hui
  411. Namchon: Kim Jong-chol
  412. Kumchon: Kim Wan-su
  413. Hyonnae: Pak Hye-suk
  414. Soktam: Ho Pong-il
  415. Songrim: Ri Jong-chol
  416. Tangsan: Ho Ryong
  417. Tosan: Kim Jong-ok
  418. Yangsa: Jang Ki-ho
  419. Jangpung: Jo Yong-chol
  420. Kuhwa: Kim Kyong-sim
  421. Sangwon: Jo Yon-jun
  422. Myongdan: Yun Jae-hyok
  423. Junghwa: Han Ung-su
  424. Chaesong: Ri Jong-hyok
  425. Sungho: Ri Kum-ok
  426. Mandal: Im Hun
  427. Kanggye: Ro Tu-chol
  428. Yonju: An Yong-nam
  429. Puchang: Jang Hyok
  430. Yahak: Choe Chang-son
  431. Sokhyon: Kim Hye-ran
  432. Wiryong: Jong Kwang-chol
  433. Naeryong: Han Yong-ho
  434. Manpo: Kim Myong-hun
  435. Kuo: Chae Jong-sok
  436. Munak: Kim Chon-ho
  437. Huichon: Kim Jae-ryong
  438. Solmoru: Pak Chol-hun
  439. Chupyong: Ham Nam-hyok
  440. Chongnyon: Tae Jong-su
  441. Jonpyong: Ri Yong-hon
  442. Songgan: Ri Sung-kum
  443. Songryong: Sin Kwan-jin
  444. Jonchon: Ri Su-ryon
  445. Hakmu: Kim Yong-il
  446. Unsong: Hong Sung-mu
  447. Ryongrim: So Kyong-ho
  448. Tongsin: Pak Chun-gon
  449. Songwon: Kim Chong-gyun
  450. Janggang: Pak Yong-bok
  451. Hyangha: Ko Pyong-hyon
  452. Rangrim: Ri Hyong-gun
  453. Hwapyong: So Kyong-chol
  454. Jasong: Kim Kwang-ju
  455. Junggang: Kim Tuk-mong
  456. Sijung: Jang Il-ryong
  457. Wiwon: Kim Chang-gol
  458. Ryanggang: Song Jong-hak
  459. Chosan: Ri Sung-nyo
  460. Kopung: Ri Chol-ho
  461. Usi: Jang Kum-hui
  462. Segil: Rim Sun-hui
  463. Kwanpung: Pyon Ung-gyu
  464. Jangdok: Choe Kwang-il
  465. Pongchun: Jang Sung-ho
  466. Myongsok: Yu Kyong-ho
  467. Wonnam: Paek Yong-suk
  468. Pohwa: An Jong-su
  469. Pokmak: Ri Yong-sik
  470. Kalma: Han Sang-jun
  471. Munchon: Won Nam-chol
  472. Munpyong: Ri Chol-ho
  473. Okpyong: Kim Jong-sim
  474. Chonnae: Om Yong-hak
  475. Hwara: Pak Kwang-song
  476. Anbyon: Pak Jong-nam
  477. Paehwa: U Jong-suk
  478. Kosan: Han Yong-chol
  479. Pupyong: Ham Jong-chol
  480. Solbong: Son Kum-wol
  481. Tongchon: Jo Song-chol
  482. Songjon: Pak Chol-min
  483. Kosong: Jon Chang-guk
  484. Onjong: Choe Son-hui
  485. Kumgang: So Kwang-ok
  486. Soksa: Kye Hun-nyo
  487. Changdo: Hwang Man-bok
  488. Kimhwa: Ri Tu-il
  489. Songsan: Mun Yong-chol
  490. Huiyang: Kim Guk-chang
  491. Sepo: Ri Ik
  492. Hupyong: Hwang Min
  493. Pyonggang: An Yong-sik
  494. Pokgye: Nam Sung-u
  495. Cholwon: Sin Chol-hui
  496. Naemun: Pak Jong-ho
  497. Ichon: Ryu Jong-chol
  498. Pangyo: Paek Jong-sun
  499. Popdong: Kim Kum-yong
  500. Somun: Yu Kyong-hak
  501. Samil: Ri Tae-jin
  502. Sangsin: Yun Chol-ho
  503. Tonghungsan: Mun Yong-son
  504. Sosang: Kim Myong-gil
  505. Pungho: Mun Sang-gwon
  506. Huisang: Ho Song-chol
  507. Segori: Han Song-il
  508. Jangsong: Yu Kyong-suk
  509. Toksan: Kim Sung-jin
  510. Sapo: Kim Sung-gi
  511. Saegori: Pak Song-il
  512. Choun: Kang Son
  513. Hungdok: Ri Guk-chol
  514. Hungso: Kim Kwang-sik
  515. Haean: Jang Song-chol
  516. Unjung: Ri Kyong-il
  517. Chongi: Ri Chang-ryong
  518. Ryujong: Kim Chol-ha
  519. Soho: Kim Chol-yong
  520. Sinpo: Ri Yu-chol
  521. Pungo: Kang Chol-gu
  522. Ohang: Kim Song-il
  523. Yanghwa: Song Chun-sop
  524. Tanchon: Kim Sang-song
  525. Ssangryong: Jon Hye-song
  526. Sindanchon: Ho Tae-chol
  527. Omong: Kang Jong-gwan
  528. Ryongdae: Ri Jong-mu
  529. Kwangchon: Kim Chol-su
  530. Paekgumsan: Jang Chun-gun
  531. Kumgol: Choe Chol
  532. Pukdu: Hwang Yong-sam
  533. Sudong: Kim Jong-dok
  534. Ryongpyong: Kim Jong-sok
  535. Jangdong: Ryom Chol-su
  536. Kowon: Kim Kwang-sok
  537. Puraesan: Kim Hyon-jin
  538. Yodok: Ri Jong-hwa
  539. Kumya: Ju Hwa-suk
  540. Inhung: Yun Yong-il
  541. Kajin: Choe Jong-ho
  542. Kwangmyongsong: Kim Pong-yong
  543. Jungnam: Sok Won-chun
  544. Jongpyong: Nam Yong-hwal
  545. Sondok: Pak Chun-nam
  546. Sinsang: Jon Song-guk
  547. Chowon: Ri Myong-chol
  548. Toksan: Ri Sung-nyon
  549. Jangjin: Pak Chung-u
  550. Yangji: Pang Chang-dok
  551. Pujon: Kang Song-hui
  552. Sinhung: Kim Sok-sun
  553. Sangwonchon: Jon Il
  554. Puhung: Han Ju-song
  555. Yonggwang: Ri Wan-ho
  556. Suchon: Pak Jong-hyon
  557. Kisang: Han Ryong-guk
  558. Hamju: Choe Il-ryong
  559. Kusang: Kim Song-bong
  560. Tongbong: Ri Yong-ae
  561. Sangjung: Kang Su-rin
  562. Sojung: Kim Tong-chun
  563. Samho: Pak Hun
  564. Hongwon: Choe Pok-sun
  565. Sanyang: Han Chang-sun
  566. Unpo: Ju Jong-kyong
  567. Toksong: Kang Jong-ho
  568. Janghung: Jong Kyong-hwa
  569. Pukchong: Ko Tae-ryong
  570. Sinchang: Kim Kyong-ho
  571. Sinbukchong: Kim Song-gu
  572. Chonghung: Han Myong-hui
  573. Riwon: Kang Jong-sil
  574. Rahung: Kim Yong-gyu
  575. Chaejong: Kim Kyong-jun
  576. Hochon: Tong Jong-ho
  577. Sinhong: Ri Kang-son
  578. Sangnong: Choe In-ho
  579. Kumho: Ri Tam
  580. Ranam: Tae Jin-hyok
  581. Rabuk: Pyon Sung-gun
  582. Namchongjin: Kim Song
  583. Puyun: Ryang Yong-ho
  584. Songpyong: Kim Kwang-nam
  585. Sabong: Choe Ju-chol
  586. Kangdok: Tong Hun
  587. Susong: Choe Yong-ho
  588. Sunam: Kim Song-won
  589. Malum: Hong Kil-ho
  590. Pohang: Kim Hyon-myong
  591. Subuk: Kim Chol-ho
  592. Namhyang: Kim Ki-song
  593. Sinjin: Ri Chol
  594. Kyodong: Kim Chang-gil
  595. Chongam: Ri Yong-son
  596. Ryonjin: Kang Yong-ju
  597. Kwanhae: Kang Yong-su
  598. Huiryong: Ko Ju-gwang
  599. Osandok: Ri Sun-sil
  600. Manyang: Ri Kwi-ok
  601. Yuson: Ri Hye-sun
  602. Songam: Jon Song-man
  603. Chonghak: Ho Tae-ryol
  604. Jegang: Ri Song-jae
  605. Jangpyong: Choe Il
  606. Haksong: Choe Un-sil
  607. Kilju: Rim Chun-hui
  608. Ilsin: Kim Il
  609. Junam: Yun Kang-ho
  610. Yongbok: Choe Kwi-nam
  611. Hwadae: Jo Kum-hui
  612. Ryongpo: Kim Hyong-jun
  613. Myongchon: Ryang Won-jin
  614. Ryongam: U Ung-ho
  615. Myonggan: Choe Yong-suk
  616. Ryongban: Kim Yong-ho
  617. Kukdong: Ho Jong-man
  618. Orang: Choe Yong-suk
  619. Odaejin: Ri Yong-chol
  620. Kyongsong: Pak Kun-sok
  621. Hamyon: Jang Chun-sil
  622. Sungam: Nam Hong-son
  623. Puryong: Pak In-su
  624. Musan: Myong Song-chol
  625. Soedol: Pyo Il-sok
  626. Sangchang: Kim Chung-gol
  627. Yonsa: Ro Song-ung
  628. Onsong: Ri Hi-yong
  629. Wangjaesan: Kim Ok-ryon
  630. Jongsong: Kim Kwang-chol
  631. Kyongwon: Sin Chol-ung
  632. Kogonwon: Jon Han-gil
  633. Ryongbok: Ji Jae-ryong
  634. Kyonghung: O Kyong-sok
  635. Haksong: Kim Yong-sil
  636. Obong: Jang Kil-ryong
  637. Hyesan: Pak Chol-ho
  638. Hyejang: Jang Hyong-suk
  639. Tapsong: Choe Ryon-hui
  640. Songbong: Ri Sang-won
  641. Ryonbong: Kim Mi-nam
  642. Sinpa: Kim Sung-hui
  643. Popyong: Song Kum-nam
  644. Koup: Ri Yong-il
  645. Pungsan: Jon Tong-ho
  646. Pochon: Rim Chun-nam
  647. Samjiyon: Yang Myong-chol
  648. Taehongdan: Kim Kwang-ho
  649. Paekam: An Mun-hak
  650. Yupyong: Kim Kang-il
  651. Unhung: Ri Song-guk
  652. Sangjang: Yun Pok-nam
  653. Kapsan: Han Su-gyong
  654. Oil: Kim Sang-uk
  655. Pungso: Yon Kyong-chol
  656. Samju: Ju Hang-gon
  657. Hanggu: Kang Yang-mo
  658. Hupo: Pak Jun-ho
  659. Munae: Song Sung-chol
  660. Konguk: Choe Tong-myong
  661. Ryusa: Kang Dok-chun
  662. Waudo: Ri Gil-chun
  663. Namsan: Kim Tuk-sam
  664. Taedae: Jang Ryong-sik
  665. Kapmun: Tokgo Chang-guk
  666. Kangso: Kim Pyong-hae
  667. Sohak: Jang Chol-jun
  668. Chongsan: Yun Chun-hwa
  669. Sogi: Ri Kwang-chol
  670. Tokhung: Kim Yong-jae
  671. Chollima: Kim Han-il
  672. Kangsan: Pak Kwang-ho
  673. Pobong: Ri Nam-son
  674. Hwasok: Kim Kye-gwan
  675. Taean: Choe Sung-ryong
  676. Oksu: Ro Ik
  677. Ryonggang: Im Jong-sil
  678. Ryongho: Chang Jae-ryong
  679. Onchon: Rim Kyong-man
  680. Haeun: Jo Kyong-guk
  681. Sohwa: Sin In-ok
  682. Kwisong: Sin Tong-ho
  683. Rajin: Sin Yong-chol
  684. Tongmyong: Choe Yong-bok
  685. Changpyong: Han Jang-su
  686. Sonbong: Jo Jong-ho
  687. Ungsang: Sin Tong-su

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