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Ŭnnyul County (은률군) is a county in South Hwanghae province, North Korea. The county is called by the name Eunyul (은율) in South Korea, due to the pronunciation differences between Northern and Southern Korean dialects.
|North Korean transcription(s)|
|South Korean transcription(s)|
|• Revised Romanization||Eunyul-gun|
|Province||South Hwanghae Province|
- IDSA News Review on East Asia - Volume 1, Issues 7-11 - Page 1033 1987 "[KCNA, Sept 4] Unnyul mine has boosted iron ore production in 1987 by 38.8% over 1986 by successfully operating the fully remote ..."
- Mary E. Connor The Koreas 2009 - Page 132 1598841602 "Near Ullyul, a particularly novel project utilized waste from coal mine excavations carried by a long-distance conveyor belt"
- David Gallagher Mineral Resources of Korea: Iron ore deposits 1963 - Page 32 "Ullyul-gun Ullyul district The Ullyul (Inritsu) iron district lies about 10 km northwest of Ullyul town (38° 30'N.; 125° 12' E.) and is near the small port of Kumsan-ni (380 34 'N.; 125° 08 'E.) in Pukpu-myon (Tamura, Eitaro, and Kamomaru, 1913, p."