In South Korea, the school year is divided into two terms. The first term usually runs from March 1, unless it is a Friday or the weekend, to mid July with the summer vacation from mid-July to late-August (elementary and secondary schools) and from mid-June to late August (higher education institutions). The second term usually resumes in late August and runs until mid February. The winter break is from late December to late January. There are two weeks of school (elementary and secondary schools) in February. Then there is a two-week-break before the new academic year starts in March. The school hours are approximately from 8:00am to 4:00pm. In high school, the older students are sometimes required to stay until 9:00pm or later studying on their own. For the most part, teachers rotate and the students stay in their classroom except for certain classes such as Physical Education, Music and Science labs. School on Saturday ends at noon. They call Saturdays they do not attend school 놀토 (nol-to), short for 노는 토요일 (no-neun to-yo-il); it means resting Saturday. Until 2011, students went to school on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturdays of each month; but from 2012, students no longer go to school on Saturdays.

in-yung-hi-say-yo this is how you pronounce it.

When speaking on the phone: yabuseyo?

When speaking to adults: annyeong haseyo.

When speaking to young kids: annyeong.

Animals native to North Korea include:

- Tiger
- Brown Bear
- Deer
- Lynx
- Manchurian weasel
- Northern pika
- Roe deer
- Hawk owl
- Pine grosbeak

For a more complete list, see the related link.

(Note: I refer to real Japanese and Chinese food, not the bastardized versions found in America and Europe)

This question is a tough one to answer because China is huge and its cuisine can differ from area to area.

For the most part, because of Japan's geography, it's primary source of meat is fish (from the sea) and pork (from the mountains). On the other hand, the main source of meat in China is Pork. Due to its large amounts of land, the fish eaten in china is also more often freshwater fish than saltwater fish. Raw fish (sashimi) is eaten extensively in Japan. While it is not unheard of in China, it is not eaten nearly as often as it is in Japan, and is often reserved for special occasions. For example, Yu Sheng, a Chinese fish salad, is often enjoyed during the Lunar New Year.

Japanese cuisine tends to have more subtle flavours which enhance the natural flavours of the ingredients while Chinese cuisine tends to have stronger flavours. The exception is cantonese cuisine which tends to have lighter flavours. This is most evident in the cultures' choice of condiments. In Japan, the five basic condiments, from which most Japanese sauces are made, are salt, sake, mirin, shoyu (soy sauce) and dashi (fish or kelp stock), all of which are light in flavour. Chinese condiments on the other hand can range from lightly flavoured ones similar to the Japanese ones to stronger condiments like bean paste, oyster sauce (a Chinese brown sauce) and fermented beancurd paste. Also, while citrus flavours are more prevalant in Japanese cooking, they are rarely present in Chinese cooking. Both cultures, however, use citrus fruits in candies and dessert.

The Chinese were the first to create noodles. While in Japan, there are only 3 main types of noodles (udon, soba and ramen), there are as many types noodles in China. The Chinese have a category of foods known as Main Shi, or dough foods, meaning food made from dough. This type of food is thought to have originated from northern China and is termed as such because the same type of dough is used to make a variety of noodles and dumplings which form the staple diet of northern China. While gyoza dumplings or potstickers (known as jiaozi(if boiled) or guo tie(when pan fried) in China) can also be found in Japan, the Japanese do not categorise it together with its noodles. You could think of Mian Shi as the Chinese equivalent of pasta.

Foreign influence has also played a part in both countries' cuisines. In Japan, a lot of its food was brought in by foreigners. Some examples are Tempura (from the Portuguese), Korokke (or croquettes, from the french), ramen (from the Chinese) and curry (from the british). The Japanese have also adapted other cuisines to suit their taste, creating dishes like Mentaiko (Cod roe) pasta, and Unagi (eel) pizza. The popularity of beef in Japan is also the result of foreign influence. The Chinese on the other hand, have been more resilient to foreign influence though influence from middle eastern and mongolian cuisine can be found in some parts of china, mostly due to its proximity to other countries in some of its areas.

Japanese cuisine can be designed to be eaten alone(Bento for example) or communally(Shabu Shabu hotpot). Chinese cuisine on the other hand, with the exception of 1 dish meals (like noodle soup or fried rice) is almost always eaten communally. Individual plating in Chinese cuisine was almost unheard of until recently.

Formalities and etiquette wise, there are some minor differences in Japanese and Chinese Cuisine. Chopsticks in China for example are placed perpendicular to the edge of the table while Chopsticks in Japan are placed parallel to the edge of the table. In Japan, slurping of noodles is a sign of appreciation for the chef whereas in China, slurping is frowned upon. In Japan, many will shout "itadakimasu" (thanking the origin of the food, the Shinto equivalent of saying grace, while in China, it is customary to ask ones elders to eat first before one eats.

There are many more differences between both cuisines. I encourage you to try both to find out.

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It is quite hard to distinguish a Japanese and Chinese foods, since there are lots of similarity between the two. They both are rice based and usually uses tofu and soy sauce. But, Japanese foods are light in stomach.

There are a lot of things, kim-chi, bul-go-gi, sick-hye, bi-bim-bob, sam-gye-tang etc.

You can't swing a dead dog in Korea without bumping into cayenne pepper...they just call it red pepper...what N. Americans call a red pepper is a paprika in Korea...However, having come back to Canada from Korea last year, I get my "red pepper" from a Korean supermarket because I swear it is redder in colour (looks nicer) and tastes better...go figure.

Telephone country code +82 is South Korea, and a number beginning with +82 1 is a mobile phone from Korea. However, it is incorrect to refer to "country code +821"; the correct country code is just +82.

(The plus signmeans "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)

The telephone country code for South Korea is +82. From the US, dial 011-82, followed by the Korean number, omitting the leading 0.

(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)

When calling from outside of South Korea you need the international code which is +82 and the code for Chungnam Province where Cheonan is located which is 42, so the number should be in the form: +82 42 followed by 7 more digits.

(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)

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South Korea uses telephone country code +82. Seoul is in Korean area code 02, which becomes +82 2 in international format.

(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)

Korea is a small country (in regards to land) so many of the more popular outdoor sports that Americans take for granted are unavailable. Koreans would rather create sports complexes with available land that has multiple levels and various sports. One of the easier sports to set up was bowling back in the 70's and 80's when it was gaining world wide attention. Due to this, Koreans who at that time hadn't played many western sports began bowling. Korea by its nature is a competitive place and Bowling encourages that competition. Thus began the tradition of Korean Bowling.

maybe but chinese site cheapmlbjerseys.org have good quality mlb jerseys,so i think they also make .

2 Baseball fields are in South Korea because it is not popular there

This answer is really wrong. Actually, there are 9 pro baseball field for pro league and hundered of field for amature baseball teams. Baseball is one of top sports in southkorea and most popular sports.

North Korea is communist, and South Korea is democratic. The Korean War had ended in a stalemate (when neither side gets a victory) so they remained split apart, and with different governments.

The time difference between Pacific Time and Seoul South Korea is 15 hours. Pacific Time (PT) is 8 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) while Korean Standard Time (KST) is 9 hours ahead of UTC. This means that when it is 8am PT it is 11pm KST.

There are lots of mountains in South Korea, more than North Korea. Even though there are many more mountains in South Korea, the mountains there are not as highly elevated as North Korea's mountains. All of the mountains that are 2000 m or higher are in North Korea. If you were to list all the mountains in South Korea, it is uncountable. There are many in each province, especially in Gangwon-do. Here is the list of mountains. You do the math ^^, credits to wikipedia.org. Mountains in Seoul. * Bukhansan (ë¶í•œì‚°; åŒ—æ¼¢å±±) - 836.5 m (2,744 ft) [3] * Buramsan (ë¶ˆì•”ì‚°; ä½›å²©å±±) - 507 m (1,663 ft) [4] * Cheonggyesan (ì²ê³„ì‚°; æ·¸æºªå±±) - 620 m (2,034 ft) [5] * Dobongsan (ë„ë´‰ì‚°; é“å³°å±±) - 739.5 m (2,426 ft) [6] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 81 m (266 ft) * Gwanaksan (ê´€ì•…ì‚°; å† å²³å±±) - 632 m (2,073 ft) [7] * Inwangsan (ì¸ì™•ì‚°; ä»çŽ‹å±±) - 338 m (1,109 ft) [7] * Namsan (ë‚¨ì‚°; å—å±±) - 262 m (860 ft) * Samseongsan (ì‚¼ì„±ì‚°; ä¸‰è–å±±) - 481 m (1,578 ft) * Suraksan (ìˆ˜ë½ì‚°; æ°´è½å±±) - 637.7 m (2,092 ft) [8] * Yongmabong (ìš©ë§ˆë´‰; é¾é¦¬å³°) - 348 m (1,142 ft) [9] * Geumjeongsan (ê¸ˆì •ì‚°; é‡‘äº•å±±) - 801.5 m (2,630 ft) [10] * Jangsan (ìž¥ì‚°; å£¯å±±) - 634 m (2,080 ft) * Choejeongsan (ìµœì •ì‚°; æœ€é ‚å±±) - 905 m (2,969 ft) [11] * Gasan (ê°€ì‚°; å‡å±±) - 901.6 m (2,958 ft) [12] * Goryeosan (ê³ ë ¤ì‚°; é«˜éº—å±±) - 436 m (1,430 ft) [13] * Haemyeongsan (í•´ëª…ì‚°; æµ·æ˜Žå±±) - 309 m (1,014 ft) [14] * Horyonggoksan (í˜¸ë£¡ê³¡ì‚°; è™Žé¾è°·å±±) - 246 m (807 ft) [15] * Manisan (ë§ˆë‹ˆì‚°; æ‘©å°¼å±±) - 469.4 m (1,540 ft) [16] * Nakgasan (ë‚™ê°€ì‚°; è½è¢ˆå±±) - 235 m (771 ft) [14] * Sangbongsan (ìƒë´‰ì‚°; ä¸Šå³°å±±) - 316 m (1,037 ft) [14] * Mudeungsan (ë¬´ë“±ì‚°; ç„¡ç‰å±±) - 1,187 m (3,894 ft) [17] * Gyejoksan (ê³„ì¡±ì‚°; é·„è¶³å±±) - 429 m (1,407 ft) * Gyeryongsan (ê³„ë£¡ì‚°; é·„é¾å±±) - 845 m (2,772 ft) [18] * Cheonhwangsan (ì²œí™©ì‚°; å¤©çš‡å±±) - 1,189 m (3,901 ft) [19] * Gajisan (ê°€ì§€ì‚°; åŠ æ™ºå±±) - 1,240 m (4,068 ft) [20] * Ganwolsan (ê°„ì›”ì‚°; è‚æœˆå±±) - 1,083.1 m (3,553 ft) [21] * Goheonsan (ê³ í—Œì‚°; é«˜ç»å±±) - 1,032 m (3,386 ft) [22] * Jaeyaksan (ìž¬ì•½ì‚°; è¼‰è—¥å±±) - 1,108 m (3,635 ft) [23] * Sinbulsan (ì‹ ë¶ˆì‚°; ç¥žä½›å±±) - 1,209 m (3,967 ft) [24] * Yeongchuksan (ì˜ì¶•ì‚°; éˆé·²å±±) - 1,081 m (3,547 ft)[24] * Baegunbong (ë°±ìš´ë´‰; ç™½é›²å³°) - 940 m (3,084 ft) [25] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 904.4 m (2,967 ft) [26] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 567 m (1,860 ft) * Baekdunbong (ë°±ë‘”ë´‰; æŸå±¯å³°) - 974 m (3,196 ft) [27] * Bakdalbong (ë°•ë‹¬ë´‰; æœ´é”å³°) - 810 m (2,657 ft) [28] * Bborubong (ë½€ë£¨ë´‰; None) - 710 m (2,329 ft) [29] * Bukhansan (ë¶í•œì‚°; åŒ—æ¼¢å±±) - 836.5 m (2,744 ft) [30][3] * Bulgisan (ë¶ˆê¸°ì‚°; ä½›å²å±±) - 610 m (2,001 ft) [31] * Bulgoksan (ë¶ˆê³¡ì‚°; ä½›è°·å±±) - 468.7 m (1,538 ft) [32] * Bulgoksan (ë¶ˆê³¡ì‚°; ä½›è°·å±±) - 313 m (1,027 ft) * Buramsan (ë¶ˆì•”ì‚°; ä½›å²©å±±) - 468.7 m (1,538 ft) [4] * Cheonbosan (ì²œë³´ì‚°; å¤©å¯¶å±±) - 336.8 m (1,105 ft) * Cheonggyesan (ì²ê³„ì‚°; æ·¸æºªå±±) - 620 m (2,034 ft) [5] * Cheonggyesan (ì²ê³„ì‚°; æ·¸æºªå±±) - 658.4 m (2,160 ft) [33] * Cheonggyesan (ì²ê³„ì‚°; æ·¸æºªå±±) - 849 m (2,785 ft) [5] * Cheongwusan (ì²ìš°ì‚°; é‘é›¨å±±) - 619 m (2,031 ft) [34] * Cheonmasan (ì²œë§ˆì‚°; å¤©æ‘©å±±) - 810.2 m (2,658 ft) [35] * Chilbosan (ì¹ ë³´ì‚°; ä¸ƒå¯¶å±±) - 238 m (781 ft) * Chokdaebong (ì´‰ëŒ€ë´‰; ç‡è‡ºå³¯) - 1,125 m (3,691 ft) [36] * Chungnyungsan (ì¶•ë ¹ì‚°; ç¥éˆå±±) - 879 m (2,884 ft) [37] * Daegeumsan (ëŒ€ê¸ˆì‚°; å¤§é‡‘å±±) - 704 m (2,310 ft) [38] * Danwolbong (ë‹¨ì›”ë´‰; ä¸¹æœˆå³°) - 778 m (2,552 ft) [39] * Dobongsan (ë„ë´‰ì‚°; é“å³°å±±) - 739.5 m (2,426 ft) [6] * Dodeuramsan (ë„ë“œëžŒì‚°; None) - 394 m (1,293 ft) [40] * Doilbong (ë„ì¼ë´‰; é“ä¸€å³°) - 864 m (2,835 ft) [41] * Eobisan (ì–´ë¹„ì‚°; éšé£›å±±) - 828 m (2,717 ft) [42] * Gadeoksan (ê°€ë•ì‚°; åŠ å¾·å±±) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [43] * Gakkeulsan (ê°í˜ì‚°; è§’å±¹å±±) - 838 m (2,749 ft) [44] * Gamaksan (ê°ì•…ì‚°; ç´ºå²³å±±) - 675 m (2,215 ft) [45] * Gangssibong (ê°•ì”¨ë´‰; å§œæ°å³°) - 830 m (2,723 ft) [46] * Garisan (ê°€ë¦¬ì‚°; åŠ é‡Œå±±) - 774.3 m (2,540 ft) [47] * Geomdansan (ê²€ë‹¨ì‚°; é»”ä¸¹å±±) - 657 m (2,156 ft) [48] * Geumjusan (ê¸ˆì£¼ì‚°; é‡‘ç å±±) - 569.2 m (1,867 ft) [49] * Geummulsan (ê¸ˆë¬¼ì‚°; ä»Šå‹¿å±±) - 791 m (2,595 ft) [50] * Godaesan (ê³ ëŒ€ì‚°; é«˜å¤§å±±) - 832 m (2,730 ft) [51] * Godongsan (ê³ ë™ì‚°; å¤æ¡å±±) - 600 m (1,969 ft) [52] * Gokdalsan (ê³¡ë‹¬ì‚°; éµ é”å±±) - 628 m (2,060 ft) [53] * Goraesan (ê³ ëž˜ì‚°; None) - 542.5 m (1,780 ft) [54] * Gunamusan (êµ¬ë‚˜ë¬´ì‚°; None) - 859 m (2,818 ft) [55] * Gungmangbong (êµë§ë´‰; åœ‹æœ›å³°) - 1,168 m (3,832 ft) [56] * Gwanaksan (ê´€ì•…ì‚°; å† å²³å±±) - 632 m (2,073 ft) [7] * Gwaneumsan (ê´€ìŒì‚°; è§€éŸ³å±±) - 733 m (2,405 ft) [57] * Gwangdeoksan (ê´‘ë•ì‚°; å»£å¾·å±±) - 1,046 m (3,432 ft) [58] * Gwanggyosan (ê´‘êµì‚°; å…‰æ©‹å±±) - 582 m (1,909 ft) [59] * Gwimokbong (ê·€ëª©ë´‰; é¬¼æœ¨å³°) - 1,036 m (3,399 ft) [46] * Gyegwansan (ê³„ê´€ì‚°; é·„å† å±±) - 665.4 m (2,183 ft) [60] * Hamwangbong (í•¨ì™•ë´‰; å’¸çŽ‹å³°) - 947 m (3,107 ft) [25] * Homyeongsan (í˜¸ëª…ì‚°; è™Žé³´å±±) - 632 m (2,073 ft) [61] * Hwaaksan (í™”ì•…ì‚°; è¯å²³å±±) - 1,468.3 m (4,817 ft) [62] * Hwayasan (í™”ì•¼ì‚°; ç¦¾ä¹Ÿå±±) - 755 m (2,477 ft) [63] * Jijangbong (ì§€ìž¥ë´‰; åœ°è—å³°) - 877.2 m (2,878 ft) [64] * Jongjasan (ì¢…ìžì‚°; ç¨®åå±±) - 643 m (2,110 ft) [65] * Jugeumsan (ì£¼ê¸ˆì‚°; é‘„éŒ¦å±±) - 814 m (2,671 ft) [66] * Jungwonsan (ì¤‘ì›ì‚°; ä¸å…ƒå±±) - 800 m (2,625 ft) [67] * Mindungsan (ë¯¼ë‘¥ì‚°; None) - 1,023 m (3,356 ft) * Myeongjisan (ëª…ì§€ì‚°; æ˜Žæ™ºå±±) - 1,267 m (4,157 ft) [68] * Myeongseongsan (ëª…ì„±ì‚°; é³´è²å±±) - 922.6 m (3,027 ft) [69] * Samseongsan (ì‚¼ì„±ì‚°; ä¸‰è–å±±) - 481 m (1,578 ft) * Sanghaebong (ìƒí•´ë´‰; ä¸Šæµ·å³°) - 1,010 m (3,314 ft) [58] * Sangsan (ìƒì‚°; éœœå±±) - 825 m (2,707 ft) [70] * Seongjisan (ì„±ì§€ì‚°; è–èŠå±±) - 791 m (2,595 ft) [71] * Seongnyongsan (ì„ë£¡ì‚°; çŸ³é¾å±±) - 1,150 m (3,773 ft) [72] * Seounsan (ì„œìš´ì‚°; ç‘žé›²å±±) - 547.7 m (1,797 ft) [73] * Sorisan (ì†Œë¦¬ì‚°; å°ç†å±±) - 479.2 m (1,572 ft) [74] * Soyosan (ì†Œìš”ì‚°; é€é™å±±) - 587 m (1,926 ft) [75] * Sudeoksan (ìˆ˜ë•ì‚°; ä¿®å¾·å±±) - 794 m (2,605 ft) [76] * Suraksan (ìˆ˜ë½ì‚°; æ°´è½å±±) - 637.7 m (2,092 ft) [8] * Taehwasan (íƒœí™”ì‚°; å¤ªè¯å±±) - 641 m (2,103 ft) * Udusan (ìš°ë‘ì‚°; ç‰›é å±±) - 473 m (1,552 ft) [54] * Unaksan (ìš´ì•…ì‚°; é›²å²³å±±) - 935.5 m (3,069 ft) [77] * Ungilsan (ìš´ê¸¸ì‚°; é›²å‰å±±) - 610.2 m (2,002 ft) [78] * Wangbangsan (ì™•ë°©ì‚°; æ—ºæ–¹å±±) - 737 m (2,418 ft) [79] * Yebongsan (ì˜ˆë´‰ì‚°; ç¦®èœ‚å±±) - 683.2 m (2,241 ft) [80] * Yeoninsan (ì—°ì¸ì‚°; æˆ€äººå±±) - 1,068 m (3,504 ft) [81] * Yongmunsan (ìš©ë¬¸ì‚°; é¾é–€å±±) - 1,157.2 m (3,797 ft) [82] * Yumyeongsan (ìœ ëª…ì‚°; æœ‰æ˜Žå±±) - 862 m (2,828 ft) [83] * Amisan (ì•„ë¯¸ì‚°; å¨¥çœ‰å±±) - 960.8 m (3,152 ft) [84] * Ansan (ì•ˆì‚°; éžå±±) - 1,430 m (4,692 ft) [85] * Baegamsan (ë°±ì•”ì‚°; ç™¾å²©å±±) - 1,099 m (3,606 ft) [86] * Baegusan (ë°±ìš°ì‚°; ç™½ç¾½å±±) - 894.7 m (2,935 ft) [87] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 882.6 m (2,896 ft) [88] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 904.4 m (2,967 ft) [26] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 1,085.7 m (3,562 ft) [89] * Baekbyeongsan (ë°±ë³‘ì‚°; ç™½å±›å±±) - 1,259.3 m (4,132 ft) [90] * Baekdeoksan (ë°±ë•ì‚°; ç™½å¾·å±±) - 1,350 m (4,429 ft) [91] * Baekseoksan (ë°±ì„ì‚°; ç™½çŸ³å±±) - 1,364.6 m (4,477 ft) [92] * Bakjisan (ë°•ì§€ì‚°; åšèŠå±±) - 1,394 m (4,573 ft) [93] * Balgyosan (ë°œêµì‚°; é«®æ ¡å±±) - 998 m (3,274 ft) [94] * Balwangsan (ë°œì™•ì‚°; ç™¼æ—ºå±±) - 1,458.1 m (4,784 ft) [95] * Banamsan (ë°˜ì•”ì‚°; ç›¤å²©å±±) - 832 m (2,730 ft) [96] * Bangtaesan (ë°©íƒœì‚°; èŠ³å°å±±) - 1,444 m (4,738 ft) [97] * Bawisan (ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; None) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [98] * Bokgyesan (ë³µê³„ì‚°; ç¦æ¡‚å±±) - 1,054 m (3,458 ft) [99] * Bokjusan (ë³µì£¼ì‚°; ä¼ä¸»å±±) - 1,152 m (3,780 ft) [99] * Bongboksan (ë´‰ë³µì‚°; é³³è…¹å±±) - 1,019 m (3,343 ft) [100] * Bonghwasan (ë´‰í™”ì‚°; å³°ç«å±±) - 487 m (1,598 ft) [101] * Boraebong (ë³´ëž˜ë´‰; å¯¶ä¾†å³°) - 1,324.3 m (4,345 ft) [102] * Buyongsan (ë¶€ìš©ì‚°; èŠ™è“‰å±±) - 882 m (2,894 ft) [103] * Cheongoksan (ì²ì˜¥ì‚°; é‘çŽ‰å±±) - 1,255.7 m (4,120 ft) [104] * Cheongoksan (ì²ì˜¥ì‚°; é‘çŽ‰å±±) - 1,403.7 m (4,605 ft) [105] * Cheonjibong (ì²œì§€ë´‰; å¤©åœ°å³°) - 1,087 m (3,566 ft) [106] * Chiaksan (ì¹˜ì•…ì‚°; é›‰å²³å±±) - 1,288 m (4,226 ft) [107] * Chokdaebong (ì´‰ëŒ€ë´‰; ç‡è‡ºå³¯) - 1,125 m (3,691 ft) [36] * Daeamsan (ëŒ€ì•”ì‚°; å¤§å²©å±±) - 1,304 m (4,278 ft) [108] * Daebawisan (ëŒ€ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; å¤§--å±±) - 1,091.4 m (3,581 ft) [109] * Daedeoksan (ëŒ€ë•ì‚°; å¤§å¾·å±±) - 1,307 m (4,288 ft) [110] * Daemisan (ëŒ€ë¯¸ì‚°; å¤§ç¾Žå±±) - 1,243.4 m (4,079 ft) [111] * Daeseongsan (ëŒ€ì„±ì‚°; å¤§æˆå±±) - 1,175 m (3,855 ft) * Dalgibong (ë‹ì´ë´‰; é·„å³°) - 1,028 m (3,373 ft) [112] * Daraksan (ë‹¤ë½ì‚°; å¤šæ¨‚å±±) - 1,018 m (3,340 ft) [113] * Deokgasan (ë•ê°€ì‚°; å¾·åŠ å±±) - 832 m (2,730 ft) [114] * Deokgosan (ë•ê³ ì‚°; å¾·é«˜å±±) - 1,125 m (3,691 ft) [115] * Deokhangsan (ë•í•ì‚°; å¾·é …å±±) - 1,070.7 m (3,513 ft) [116] * Deoksusan (ë•ìˆ˜ì‚°; å¾·ä¿®å±±) - 1,000.2 m (3,281 ft) [117] * Dongdaesan (ë™ëŒ€ì‚°; æ±è‡ºå±±) - 1,433.5 m (4,703 ft) [118] * Durobong (ë‘ë¡œë´‰; é è€å³°) - 1,421.9 m (4,665 ft) [119] * Duryusan (ë‘ë¥˜ì‚°; é æµå±±) - 993 m (3,258 ft) [120] * Dutasan (ë‘íƒ€ì‚°; é é™€å±±) - 1,352.7 m (4,438 ft) [121] * Duwibong (ë‘ìœ„ë´‰; æ–—åœå³°) - 1,465.9 m (4,809 ft) [122] * Eodapsan (ì–´ë‹µì‚°; å¾¡è¸å±±) - 789 m (2,589 ft) [123] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 1,359.6 m (4,461 ft) [124] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 1,013 m (3,323 ft) [125] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 1,094.9 m (3,592 ft) [126] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 1,103.3 m (3,620 ft) [127] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 999 m (3,278 ft) [127] * Gachilbong (ê°€ì¹ ë´‰; åŠ ä¸ƒå³°) - 1,240.4 m (4,070 ft) [128] * Gachilbong (ê°€ì¹ ë´‰; åŠ æ¼†å³°) - 1,164 m (3,819 ft) * Gadeoksan (ê°€ë•ì‚°; åŠ å¾·å±±) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [43] * Gadeukbong (ê°€ë“ë´‰; å¯å¾—å³°) - 1,059.7 m (3,477 ft) [129] * Gaeinsan (ê°œì¸ì‚°; é–‹ä»å±±) - 1,341 m (4,400 ft) [130] * Gakkeulsan (ê°í˜ì‚°; è§’å±¹å±±) - 838 m (2,749 ft) [44] * Gamabong (ê°€ë§ˆë´‰; åŠ é¦¬å³°) - 1,191.5 m (3,909 ft) [131] * Gamaksan (ê°ì•…ì‚°; ç´ºå²³å±±) - 886 m (2,907 ft) [132] * Garibong (ê°€ë¦¬ë´‰; åŠ é‡Œå³°) - 1,518.5 m (4,982 ft) [133] * Garisan (ê°€ë¦¬ì‚°; åŠ é‡Œå±±) - 1,050.7 m (3,447 ft) [134] * Gariwangsan (ê°€ë¦¬ì™•ì‚°; åŠ é‡ŒçŽ‹å±±) - 1,560.6 m (5,120 ft) [135] * Geombongsan (ê²€ë´‰ì‚°; åŠå³°å±±) - 530.2 m (1,740 ft) [136] * Geomunsan (ê±°ë¬¸ì‚°; å·¨æ–‡å±±) - 1,175 m (3,855 ft) [137] * Geumdaebong (ê¸ˆëŒ€ë´‰; é‡‘è‡ºå³°) - 1,408.1 m (4,620 ft) [138] * Geumdangsan (ê¸ˆë‹¹ì‚°; é‡‘å ‚å±±) - 1,173 m (3,848 ft) [139] * Geumhaksan (ê¸ˆí•™ì‚°; é‡‘é¶´å±±) - 947 m (3,107 ft) [140] * Geummulsan (ê¸ˆë¬¼ì‚°; ä»Šå‹¿å±±) - 791 m (2,595 ft) [50] * Geunsan (ê·¼ì‚°; è¿‘å±±) - 504.8 m (1,656 ft) [141] * Godaesan (ê³ ëŒ€ì‚°; é«˜å¤§å±±) - 832 m (2,730 ft) [51] * Gogosan (ê³ ê³ ì‚°; é«˜å¤å±±) - 853.6 m (2,801 ft) [142] * Gojeoksan (ê³ ì ì‚°; é«˜ç©å±±) - 1,353.9 m (4,442 ft) [143] * Gombong (ê³°ë´‰; None) - 930.3 m (3,052 ft) [144] * Gongjaksan (ê³µìž‘ì‚°; å”é›€å±±) - 887 m (2,910 ft) [145] * Gorupogisan (ê³ ë£¨í¬ê¸°ì‚°; None) - 1,238.3 m (4,063 ft) [146] * Gubongdaesan (êµ¬ë´‰ëŒ€ì‚°; ä¹å³°è‡ºå±±) - 900.7 m (2,955 ft) [147] * Guhaksan (êµ¬í•™ì‚°; ä¹é¶´å±±) - 971 m (3,186 ft) [148] * Gwaebangsan (ê´˜ë°©ì‚°; æŽ›æ¦œå±±) - 339 m (1,112 ft) [149] * Gwangdeoksan (ê´‘ë•ì‚°; å»£å¾·å±±) - 1,046 m (3,432 ft) [150] * Gwittaegibong (ê·€ë•Œê¸°ì²ë´‰; None) - 1,577.6 m (5,176 ft) [151] * Gyebangsan (ê³„ë°©ì‚°; æ¡‚èŠ³å±±) - 1,577 m (5,174 ft) [152] * Gyegwansan (ê³„ê´€ì‚°; é·„å† å±±) - 665.4 m (2,183 ft) [60] * Gyejoksan (ê³„ì¡±ì‚°; é·„è¶³å±±) - 889.6 m (2,919 ft) [153] * Hambaeksan (í•¨ë°±ì‚°; å’¸ç™½å±±) - 1,573 m (5,161 ft) [154] * Heungjeongsan (í¥ì •ì‚°; èˆˆäºå±±) - 1,276.5 m (4,188 ft) [155] * Horyeongbong (í˜¸ë ¹ë´‰; è™Žå¶ºå³°) - 1,561 m (5,121 ft) [156] * Hwaaksan (í™”ì•…ì‚°; è¯å²³å±±) - 1,468.3 m (4,817 ft) [62] * Hwangbyeongsan (í™©ë³‘ì‚°; é»ƒæŸ„å±±) - 1,407.1 m (4,616 ft) [157] * Hwangcheolbong (í™©ì² ë´‰; é»ƒéµå±±) - 1,381 m (4,531 ft) [158] * Hoemokbong (íšŒëª©ë´‰; æªœæœ¨å³°) - 1,027 m (3,369 ft) [159] * Hoeryeongbong (íšŒë ¹ë´‰; æœƒéˆå³°) - 1,331 m (4,367 ft) [160] * Jamdusan (ìž ë‘ì‚°; è ¶é å±±) - 1,243 m (4,078 ft) [161] * Janggunbawisan (ìž¥êµ°ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; None) - 1,140.4 m (3,741 ft) [162] * Jangmisan (ìž¥ë¯¸ì‚°; é•·ç¾Žå±±) - 978.8 m (3,211 ft) [163] * Jangsan (ìž¥ì‚°; å£¯å±±) - 1,408 m (4,619 ft) [164] * Jatbong (ìž£ë´‰; None) - 537 m (1,762 ft) [165] * Jeombongsan (ì ë´‰ì‚°; é»žé³³å±±) - 1,424.2 m (4,673 ft) [166] * Jewangsan (ì œì™•ì‚°; å¸çŽ‹å±±) - 840.6 m (2,758 ft) [167] * Jungwangsan (ì¤‘ì™•ì‚°; ä¸æ—ºå±±) - 1,376.1 m (4,515 ft) [168] * Madaesan (ë§ˆëŒ€ì‚°; é¦¬åžˆå±±) - 1,052.2 m (3,452 ft) [169] * Maebongsan (ë§¤ë´‰ì‚°; æ¢…å³°å±±) - 1,267.6 m (4,159 ft) [170] * Maebongsan (ë§¤ë´‰ì‚°; æ¢…å³°å±±) - 1,279.6 m (4,198 ft) [171] * Maebongsan (ë§¤ë´‰ì‚°; æ¢…å³°å±±) - 1,095 m (3,593 ft) [172] * Maebongsan (ë§¤ë´‰ì‚°; æ¢…å³°å±±) - 1,271.1 m (4,170 ft) [173] * Maehwasan (ë§¤í™”ì‚°; æ¢…èŠ±å±±) - 1,085 m (3,560 ft) [174] * Maenghyeonbong (ë§¹í˜„ë´‰; åŸå³´å³°) - 1,214 m (3,983 ft) [175] * Majeoksan (ë§ˆì ì‚°; é¦¬è¹Ÿå±±) - 605.2 m (1,986 ft) [176] * Mangyeongdaesan (ë§ê²½ëŒ€ì‚°; æœ›æ™¯è‡ºå±±) - 1,087.9 m (3,569 ft) [177] * Masan (ë§ˆì‚°; é¦¬å±±) - 1,051.9 m (3,451 ft) [178] * Mindungsan (ë¯¼ë‘¥ì‚°; None) - 1,118.8 m (3,671 ft) [179] * Mireuksan (ë¯¸ë¥µì‚°; å½Œå‹’å±±) - 696 m (2,283 ft) [180] * Mogusan (ëª©ìš°ì‚°; ç‰§ç‰›å±±) - 1,066 m (3,497 ft) [181] * Munsubong (ë¬¸ìˆ˜ë´‰; æ–‡æ®Šå³°) - 1,517 m (4,977 ft) [182] * Myeongbongsan (ëª…ë´‰ì‚°; é³´é³³å±±) - 599 m (1,965 ft) [183] * Myeonsan (ë©´ì‚°; ç¶¿å±±) - 1,245.2 m (4,085 ft) [184] * Nambyeongsan (ë‚¨ë³‘ì‚°; å—å±›å±±) - 1,149.7 m (3,772 ft) [185] * Namdaebong (ë‚¨ëŒ€ë´‰; å—å°å³°) - 1,187 m (3,894 ft) [186] * Neunggyeongbong (ëŠ¥ê²½ë´‰; é™µäº¬å³°) - 1,123.2 m (3,685 ft) [187] * Nochusan (ë…¸ì¶”ì‚°; é¯é„’å±±) - 1,342 m (4,403 ft) [188] * Noinbong (ë…¸ì¸ë´‰; è€äººå³°) - 1,338.1 m (4,390 ft) [189] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 779 m (2,556 ft) [190] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 1,136 m (3,727 ft) * Odaesan (ì˜¤ëŒ€ì‚°; äº”è‡ºå±±) - 1,563.4 m (5,129 ft) [191] * Oeumsan (ì˜¤ìŒì‚°; äº”éŸ³å±±) - 930 m (3,051 ft) [192] * Palbongsan (íŒ”ë´‰ì‚°; å…«å³¯å±±) - 302 m (991 ft) [193] * Sajasan (ì‚¬ìžì‚°; ç…åå±±) - 1,120 m (3,675 ft) [194] * Samaksan (ì‚¼ì•…ì‚°; ä¸‰å²³å±±) - 654 m (2,146 ft) [195] * Sambangsan (ì‚¼ë°©ì‚°; ä¸‰èŠ³å±±) - 980 m (3,215 ft) [196] * Samyeongsan (ì‚¬ëª…ì‚°; å››æ˜Žå±±) - 1,197.6 m (3,929 ft) [197] * Sangjeongbawisan (ìƒì •ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; None) - 1,006 m (3,301 ft) [198] * Sangwonsan (ìƒì›ì‚°; ä¸Šå…ƒå±±) - 862 m (2,828 ft) [199] * Seogiamsan (ì„ì´ì•”ì‚°; None) - 970.4 m (3,184 ft) [200] * Seokbyeongsan (ì„ë³‘ì‚°; çŸ³å±›å±±) - 1,055.3 m (3,462 ft) [201] * Seonbawisan (ì„ ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; None) - 1,042 m (3,419 ft) [202] * Seondalsan (ì„ ë‹¬ì‚°; å…ˆé”å±±) - 1,236 m (4,055 ft) [203] * Seongjisan (ì„±ì§€ì‚°; è–èŠå±±) - 791 m (2,595 ft) [71] * Seongnyongsan (ì„ë£¡ì‚°; çŸ³é¾å±±) - 1,150 m (3,773 ft) [72] * Seonjaryeong (ì„ ìžë ¹; ä»™åå¶º) - 1,157 m (3,796 ft) [204] * Seoraksan (ì„¤ì•…ì‚°; é›ªå²³å±±) - 1,707.9 m (5,603 ft) [205] * Seungdusan (ìŠ¹ë‘ì‚°; åƒ§é å±±) - 1,013 m (3,323 ft) [206] * Sinseonbong (ì‹ ì„ ë´‰; ç¥žä»™å³°) - 1,204 m (3,950 ft) [207] * Sipjabong (ì‹ìžë´‰; åå—å³°) - 985 m (3,232 ft) [208] * Sogyebangsan (ì†Œê³„ë°©ì‚°; å°æ¡‚åŠå±±) - 1,490.3 m (4,889 ft) [209] * Soppulsan (ì†Œë¿”ì‚°; None) - 1,118 m (3,668 ft) [210] * Taebaeksan (íƒœë°±ì‚°; å¤ªç™½å±±) - 1,566.7 m (5,140 ft) [211] * Taegisan (íƒœê¸°ì‚°; æ³°å²å±±) - 1,258.8 m (4,130 ft) [212] * Taehwasan (íƒœí™”ì‚°; å¤ªè¯å±±) - 1,027.4 m (3,371 ft) [213] * Ungyosan (ìš´êµì‚°; é›²æ©‹å±±) - 925 m (3,035 ft) [214] * Unmusan (ìš´ë¬´ì‚°; é›²éœ§å±±) - 980.3 m (3,216 ft) [215] * Wantaeksan (ì™„íƒì‚°; å®Œæ¾¤å±±) - 916.1 m (3,006 ft) [216] * Yaksusan (ì•½ìˆ˜ì‚°; è—¥æ°´å±±) - 1,306.2 m (4,285 ft) [217] * Yeonyeopsan (ì—°ì—½ì‚°; è“®è‘‰å±±) - 850 m (2,789 ft) [218] * Yonghwasan (ìš©í™”ì‚°; é¾è¯å±±) - 878.4 m (2,882 ft) [219] * Yukbaeksan (ìœ¡ë°±ì‚°; å…ç™¾å±±) - 1,244.6 m (4,083 ft) [220] * Akwibong (ì•…íœ˜ë´‰; æ¨‚è¼å³°) - 940 m (3,084 ft) [221] * Baegaksan (ë°±ì•…ì‚°; å† å²³å±±) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [222] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 1,085.7 m (3,562 ft) * Baekhwasan (ë°±í™”ì‚°; ç™½è¯å±±) - 933 m (3,061 ft) [223] * Baekhwasan (ë°±í™”ì‚°; ç™½è¯å±±) - 1,064 m (3,491 ft) [224] * Bakdalsan (ë°•ë‹¬ì‚°; æœ´é”å±±) - 825 m (2,707 ft) [225] * Bakjwibong (ë°•ì¥ë´‰; None) - 782 m (2,566 ft) [226] * Boryeonsan (ë³´ë ¨ì‚°; å¯¶è“®å±±) - 765 m (2,510 ft) [227] * Bubong (ë¶€ë´‰; é‡œå³°) - 917 m (3,009 ft) [228] * Bukbawisan (ë¶ë°”ìœ„ì‚°; åŒ—-å±±) - 722 m (2,369 ft) [229] * Cheondeungsan (ì²œë“±ì‚°; å¤©ç‡ˆå±±) - 807 m (2,648 ft) [230] * Cheonghwasan (ì²í™”ì‚°; é‘è¯å±±) - 984 m (3,228 ft) [231] * Cheontaesan (ì²œíƒœì‚°; å¤©å°å±±) - 714.7 m (2,345 ft) [232] * Chilbosan (ì¹ ë³´ì‚°; ä¸ƒå¯¶å±±) - 778 m (2,552 ft) [233] * Daemisan (ëŒ€ë¯¸ì‚°; å¤§ç¾Žå±±) - 1,115 m (3,658 ft) [234] * Daeseongsan (ëŒ€ì„±ì‚°; å¤§æˆå±±) - 705 m (2,313 ft) [235] * Daeyasan (ëŒ€ì•¼ì‚°; å¤§è€¶å±±) - 931 m (3,054 ft) [236] * Deokgasan (ë•ê°€ì‚°; å¾·åŠ å±±) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [237] * Domyeongsan (ë„ëª…ì‚°; é“æ˜Žå±±) - 642 m (2,106 ft) [238] * Dongsan (ë™ì‚°; æ±å±±) - 896 m (2,940 ft) [239] * Doraksan (ë„ë½ì‚°; é“æ¨‚å±±) - 964.4 m (3,164 ft) [240] * Dosolbong (ë„ì†”ë´‰; å…œçŽ‡å³°) - 1,314.2 m (4,312 ft) [241] * Eoraesan (ì–´ëž˜ì‚°; å¾¡ä¾†å±±) - 1,063.6 m (3,490 ft) [242] * Gaeunsan (ê°€ì€ì‚°; åŠ éš±å±±) - 575 m (1,886 ft) [243] * Gakhosan (ê°í˜¸ì‚°; è§’è™Žå±±) - 1,178.8 m (3,867 ft) [244] * Galgisan (ê°ˆê¸°ì‚°; è‘›åŸºå±±) - 595 m (1,952 ft) [245] * Gamaksan (ê°ì•…ì‚°; ç´ºå²³å±±) - 886 m (2,907 ft) [132] * Geumsusan (ê¸ˆìˆ˜ì‚°; éŒ¦ç¹¡å±±) - 1,015.8 m (3,333 ft) [246] * Gubyeongsan (êµ¬ë³‘ì‚°; ä¹å±›å±±) - 876 m (2,874 ft) [247] * Gudambong (êµ¬ë‹´ë´‰; é¾œæ½å³¯) - 330 m (1,083 ft) [248] * Guhaksan (êµ¬í•™ì‚°; ä¹é¶´å±±) - 971 m (3,186 ft) [148] * Gungmangbong (êµë§ë´‰; åœ‹æœ›å³°) - 1,420 m (4,659 ft) [249] * Gunjasan (êµ°ìžì‚°; å›åå±±) - 948 m (3,110 ft) [250] * Guwangbong (êµ¬ì™•ë´‰; ä¹çŽ‹å³°) - 1,244.6 m (4,083 ft) [251] * Haseolsan (í•˜ì„¤ì‚°; å¤é›ªå±±) - 1,027.7 m (3,372 ft) [252] * Heiyangsan (í¬ì–‘ì‚°; æ›¦é™½å±±) - 998 m (3,274 ft) [253] * Hwangaksan (í™©ì•…ì‚°; é»ƒå¶½å±±) - 1,111 m (3,645 ft) [254] * Hwangjeongsan (í™©ì •ì‚°; é»ƒåºå±±) - 959 m (3,146 ft) [255] * Hyeongjebong (í˜•ì œë´‰; å…„å¼Ÿå³°) - 1,177.5 m (3,863 ft) [256] * Imanbong (ì´ë§Œë´‰; äºŒè¬å³°) - 989 m (3,245 ft) [257] * Indeungsan (ì¸ë“±ì‚°; äººç™»å±±) - 666 m (2,185 ft) [258] * Jakseongsan (ìž‘ì„±ì‚°; éµ²åŸŽå±±) - 845.5 m (2,774 ft) [259] * Jangseongbong (ìž¥ì„±ë´‰; é•·åŸŽå³°) - 916.3 m (3,006 ft) [260] * Jebibong (ì œë¹„ë´‰; None) - 710 m (2,329 ft) [154] * Johangsan (ì¡°í•ì‚°; é³¥é …å±±) - 953.6 m (3,129 ft) [261] * Joryeongsan (ì¡°ë ¹ì‚°; é³¥å¶ºå±±) - 1,025 m (3,363 ft) [262] * Jukyeopsan (ì£½ì—½ì‚°; ç«¹è‘‰å±±) - 859.2 m (2,819 ft) [263] * Jungdaebong (ì¤‘ëŒ€ë´‰; None) - 830 m (2,723 ft) [264] * Makjangbong (ë§‰ìž¥ë´‰; å¹•å ´å³°) - 868 m (2,848 ft) [265] * Mangdeokbong (ë§ë•ë´‰; æœ›å¾·å³°) - 928 m (3,045 ft) [266] * Manisan (ë§ˆë‹ˆì‚°; æ‘©å°¼å±±) - 640 m (2,100 ft) * Mansubong (ë§Œìˆ˜ë´‰; è¬å£½å³°) - 983.2 m (3,226 ft) [267] * Minjujisan (ë¯¼ì£¼ì§€ì‚°; å²·å‘¨ä¹‹å±±) - 1,242 m (4,075 ft) [268] * Munsubong (ë¬¸ìˆ˜ë´‰; æ–‡ç¹¡å³°) - 1,161.5 m (3,811 ft) [269] * Nagyeongsan (ë‚™ì˜ì‚°; è½å½±å±±) - 740 m (2,428 ft) [270] * Namgunjasan (ë‚¨êµ°ìžì‚°; å—å›åå±±) - 836 m (2,743 ft) [271] * Namsan (ë‚¨ì‚°; å—å±±) - 353.2 m (1,159 ft) * Oksunbong (ì˜¥ìˆœë´‰; çŽ‰è€å³¯) - 286 m (938 ft) [248] * Poamsan (í¬ì•”ì‚°; å¸ƒå²©å±±) - 961.7 m (3,155 ft) [272] * Poseongbong (í¬ì„±ë´‰; æ•åŸŽå³°) - 933 m (3,061 ft) [273] * Sambongsan (ì‚¼ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸‰å³°å±±) - 910 m (2,986 ft) [274] * Samdobong (ì‚¼ë„ë´‰; ä¸‰é“å³°) - 1,176 m (3,858 ft) [275] * Seounsan (ì„œìš´ì‚°; ç‘žé›²å±±) - 547.7 m (1,797 ft) * Sinseonbong (ì‹ ì„ ë´‰; ç¥žä»™å³°) - 967 m (3,173 ft) [276] * Sinseonbong (ì‹ ì„ ë´‰; ç¥žä»™å³°) - 845 m (2,772 ft) [277] * Sipjabong (ì‹ìžë´‰; åå—å³°) - 985 m (3,232 ft) [208] * Sobaeksan (ì†Œë°±ì‚°; å°ç™½å±±) - 1,440 m (4,724 ft) [278] * Songnisan (ì†ë¦¬ì‚°; ä¿—é›¢å±±) - 1,058.4 m (3,472 ft) [279] * Suribong (ìˆ˜ë¦¬ë´‰; å®ˆç†å³°) - 761 m (2,497 ft) [280] * Suribong (ìˆ˜ë¦¬ë´‰; å®ˆç†å³°) - 1,019 m (3,343 ft) [281] * Taehwasan (íƒœí™”ì‚°; å¤ªè¯å±±) - 1,027.4 m (3,371 ft) [213] * Woraksan (ì›”ì•…ì‚°; æœˆå²³å±±) - 1,094 m (3,589 ft) [282] * Amisan (ì•„ë¯¸ì‚°; å³¨åµ‹å±±) - 630 m (2,067 ft) [283] * Barangsan (ë°”ëž‘ì‚°; None) - 555 m (1,821 ft) [284] * Baekhwasan (ë°±í™”ì‚°; ç™½è¯å±±) - 233 m (764 ft) * Cheontaesan (ì²œíƒœì‚°; å¤©å°å±±) - 714.7 m (2,345 ft) [232] * Chilbongsan (ì¹ ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸ƒå³°å±±) - 362 m (1,188 ft) [285] * Chilgapsan (ì¹ ê°‘ì‚°; ä¸ƒç”²å±±) - 560.6 m (1,839 ft) [286] * Daedunsan (ëŒ€ë‘”ì‚°; å¤§å±¯å±±) - 877.7 m (2,880 ft) [287] * Deoksungsan (ë•ìˆì‚°; å¾·å´‡å±±) - 495 m (1,624 ft) [288] * Gayasan (ê°€ì•¼ì‚°; ä¼½å€»å±±) - 677.6 m (2,223 ft) [289] * Gobulsan (ê³ ë¶ˆì‚°; å¤ä½›å±±) - 310 m (1,017 ft) [290] * Gwangdeoksan (ê´‘ë•ì‚°; å»£å¾·å±±) - 699 m (2,293 ft) [291] * Gyeryongsan (ê³„ë£¡ì‚°; é·„é¾å±±) - 845 m (2,772 ft) [18] * Illaksan (ì¼ë½ì‚°; æ—¥è½å±±) - 521.4 m (1,711 ft) [292] * Jinaksan (ì§„ì•…ì‚°; é€²æ¨‚å±±) - 732.3 m (2,403 ft) [293] * Mansusan (ë§Œìˆ˜ì‚°; è¬å£½å±±) - 574.4 m (1,885 ft) [294] * Museongsan (ë¬´ì„±ì‚°; æ¦åŸŽå±±) - 614 m (2,014 ft) [290] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 262 m (860 ft) * Oseosan (ì˜¤ì„œì‚°; çƒæ£²å±±) - 790.7 m (2,594 ft) [295] * Palbongsan (íŒ”ë´‰ì‚°; å…«å³¯å±±) - 362 m (1,188 ft) * Seodaesan (ì„œëŒ€ì‚°; è¥¿è‡ºå±±) - 903.7 m (2,965 ft) [296] * Taehwasan (íƒœí™”ì‚°; å¤ªè¯å±±) - 416 m (1,365 ft) * Wolseongbong (ì›”ì„±ë´‰; æœˆåŸŽå³°) - 903.7 m (2,965 ft) [284] * Yongbongsan (ìš©ë´‰ì‚°; é¾é³³å±±) - 381 m (1,250 ft) [297] Jeollabuk-do * Baegambong (ë°±ì•”ë´‰; ç™¾å²©å³°) - 1,503 m (4,931 ft) [298] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 1,278.6 m (4,195 ft) [299] * Bangjangsan (ë°©ìž¥ì‚°; æ–¹ä¸ˆå±±) - 742.8 m (2,437 ft) [300] * Bangmunsan (ë°©ë¬¸ì‚°; æ–¹æ–‡å±±) - 606 m (1,988 ft) [301] * Banyabong (ë°˜ì•¼ë´‰; èˆ¬è‹¥å³°) - 1,733.5 m (5,687 ft) [302] * Baraebong (ë°”ëž˜ë´‰; None) - 1,165 m (3,822 ft) [303] * Bonghwasan (ë´‰í™”ì‚°; çƒ½ç«å±±) - 920 m (3,018 ft) [304] * Bugwisan (ë¶€ê·€ì‚°; å¯Œè²´å±±) - 806.4 m (2,646 ft) [305] * Byeonsan (ë³€ì‚°; é‚Šå±±) - 509 m (1,670 ft) [306] * Cheondeungsan (ì²œë“±ì‚°; å¤©ç‡ˆå±±) - 707 m (2,320 ft) * Chilbosan (ì¹ ë³´ì‚°; ä¸ƒå¯¶å±±) - 469 m (1,539 ft) * Chuwolsan (ì¶”ì›”ì‚°; ç§‹æœˆå±±) - 731.2 m (2,399 ft) [307] * Daedeoksan (ëŒ€ë•ì‚°; å¤§å¾·å±±) - 1,290 m (4,232 ft) [308] * Deogyusan (ë•ìœ ì‚°; å¾·è£•å±±) - 1,614 m (5,295 ft) [309] * Deoktaesan (ë•íƒœì‚°; å¾·æ³°å±±) - 1,113.2 m (3,652 ft) [310] * Gangcheonsan (ê°•ì²œì‚°; å‰›æ³‰å±±) - 583.7 m (1,915 ft) [311] * Gubongsan (êµ¬ë´‰ì‚°; ä¹å³°å±±) - 919 m (3,015 ft) [312] * Hambaeksan (í•¨ë°±ì‚°; å’¸ç™½å±±) - 1,572.9 m (5,160 ft) [313] * Jangansan (ìž¥ì•ˆì‚°; é•·å®‰å±±) - 1,236.9 m (4,058 ft) [314] * Jeoksangsan (ì ìƒì‚°; èµ¤è£³å±±) - 1,034 m (3,392 ft) [315] * Maisan (ë§ˆì´ì‚°; é¦¬è€³å±±) - 686 m (2,251 ft) [316] * Manbokdae (ë§Œë³µëŒ€; è¬ç¦è‡º) - 1,433.4 m (4,703 ft) [317] * Manhaengsan (ë§Œí–‰ì‚°; è¬è¡Œå±±) - 909.6 m (2,984 ft) [318] * Minjujisan (ë¯¼ì£¼ì§€ì‚°; å²·å‘¨ä¹‹å±±) - 1,242 m (4,075 ft) [268] * Mireuksan (ë¯¸ë¥µì‚°; å½Œå‹’å±±) - 430 m (1,411 ft) * Moaksan (ëª¨ì•…ì‚°; æ¯å²³å±±) - 793 m (2,602 ft) [319] * Mundeokbong (ë¬¸ë•ë´‰; é–€å¾·å³°) - 598 m (1,962 ft) [320] * Muryongsan (ë¬´ë£¡ì‚°; èˆžé¾å±±) - 1,492 m (4,895 ft) [321] * Naebyeonsan (ë‚´ë³€ì‚°; å…§é‚Šå±±) - 459 m (1,506 ft) [322] * Naejangsan (ë‚´ìž¥ì‚°; å…§è—å±±) - 763 m (2,503 ft) [323] * Namdeogyusan (ë‚¨ë•ìœ ì‚°; å—å¾·è£•å±±) - 1,507.4 m (4,946 ft) [324] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 513 m (1,683 ft) * Palgongsan (íŒ”ê³µì‚°; å…«å…¬å±±) - 1,151 m (3,776 ft) [325] * Samdobong (ì‚¼ë„ë´‰; ä¸‰é“å³°) - 1,176 m (3,858 ft) [275] * Seongaksan (ì„ ê°ì‚°; ä»™é–£å±±) - 1,142 m (3,747 ft) [326] * Seongsusan (ì„±ìˆ˜ì‚°; è–å£½å±±) - 1,059.2 m (3,475 ft) [327] * Seonunsan (ì„ ìš´ì‚°; ç¦ªé›²å±±) - 336 m (1,102 ft) [328] * Unjangsan (ìš´ìž¥ì‚°; å—å¾·è£•å±±) - 1,125.9 m (3,694 ft) [329] * Yeonseoksan (ì—°ì„ì‚°; ç¡¯çŸ³å±±) - 925 m (3,035 ft) [330] * Baegambong (ë°±ì•”ë´‰; ç™¾å²©å³°) - 1,503 m (4,931 ft) [298] * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 1,217.8 m (3,995 ft) [331] * Baekamsan (ë°±ì•”ì‚°; ç™¾å²©å±±) - 741.2 m (2,432 ft) [332] * Bangjangsan (ë°©ìž¥ì‚°; æ–¹ä¸ˆå±±) - 742.8 m (2,437 ft) [300] * Bangmunsan (ë°©ë¬¸ì‚°; æ–¹æ–‡å±±) - 606 m (1,988 ft) [301] * Banyabong (ë°˜ì•¼ë´‰; èˆ¬è‹¥å³°) - 1,733.5 m (5,687 ft) [302] * Bulgapsan (ë¶ˆê°‘ì‚°; ä½›ç”²å±±) - 515.9 m (1,693 ft) [333] * Byeongpungsan (ë³‘í’ì‚°; å±›é¢¨å±±) - 822 m (2,697 ft) [334] * Cheondeungsan (ì²œë“±ì‚°; å¤©ç‡ˆå±±) - 550 m (1,804 ft) * Cheongwansan (ì²œê´€ì‚°; å¤©å† å±±) - 723.1 m (2,372 ft) [335] * Chuwolsan (ì¶”ì›”ì‚°; ç§‹æœˆå±±) - 731.2 m (2,399 ft) [307] * Dalmasan (ë‹¬ë§ˆì‚°; é”æ‘©å±±) - 489 m (1,604 ft) [336] * Deokyusan (ë•ìœ ì‚°; å¾·è£•å±±) - 1,614 m (5,295 ft) [309] * Dongaksan (ë™ì•…ì‚°; å‹•æ¨‚å±±) - 745 m (2,444 ft) [337] * Dosolbong (ë„ì†”ë´‰; å…œçŽ‡å³¯) - 1,123.4 m (3,686 ft) [338] * Duryunsan (ë‘ë¥œì‚°; é è¼ªå±±) - 700 m (2,297 ft) [339] * Heukseoksan (í‘ì„ì‚°; é»‘çŸ³å±±) - 650 m (2,133 ft) [340] * Gajisan (ê°€ì§€ì‚°; è¿¦æ™ºå±±) - 509.9 m (1,673 ft) [341] * Gangcheonsan (ê°•ì²œì‚°; å‰›æ³‰å±±) - 583.7 m (1,915 ft) [311] * Geumjeonsan (ê¸ˆì „ì‚°; é‡‘éŒ¢å±±) - 667.9 m (2,191 ft) [342] * Geumosan (ê¸ˆì˜¤ì‚°; é‡‘é°²å±±) - 323 m (1,060 ft) [343] * Gibaeksan (ê¸°ë°±ì‚°; ç®•ç™½å±±) - 1,330.8 m (4,366 ft) [344] * Gitdaebong (ê¹ƒëŒ€ë´‰; None) - 367.8 m (1,207 ft) [345] * Goribong (ê³ ë¦¬ë´‰;--å³°) - 1,248 m (4,094 ft) [346] * Illimsan (ì¼ë¦¼ì‚°; æ—¥æž—å±±) - 667.5 m (2,190 ft) [347] * Imamsan (ìž„ì•”ì‚°; ç¬ å²©å±±) - 654.8 m (2,148 ft) [348] * Jeamsan (ì œì•”ì‚°; å¸å²©å±±) - 807 m (2,648 ft) [349] * Jeokjasan (ì ìžì‚°; èµ¤ç´«å±±) - 435 m (1,427 ft) [350] * Jirisan (ì§€ë¦¬ì‚°; æ™ºç•°å±±) - 1,915 m (6,283 ft) [351] * Jogyesan (ì¡°ê³„ì‚°; æ›¹æºªå±±) - 887.1 m (2,910 ft) [352] * Jujaksan (ì£¼ìž‘ì‚°; æœ±é›€å±±) - 475 m (1,558 ft) [353] * Manbokdae (ë§Œë³µëŒ€; è¬ç¦è‡º) - 1,433.4 m (4,703 ft)[317] * Mandeoksan (ë§Œë•ì‚°; è¬å¾·å±±) - 409 m (1,342 ft) [354] * Mohusansan (ëª¨í›„ì‚°; æ¯å¾Œå±±) - 918.9 m (3,015 ft) [355] * Mudeungsan (ë¬´ë“±ì‚°; ç„¡ç‰å±±) - 1,187 m (3,894 ft) [17] * Muryongsan (ë¬´ë£¡ì‚°; èˆžé¾å±±) - 1,492 m (4,895 ft) [321] * Nogodan (ë…¸ê³ ë‹¨; è€å§‘å£‡) - 1,507 m (4,944 ft) [356] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 644 m (2,113 ft) * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 392 m (1,286 ft) * Palyeongsan (íŒ”ì˜ì‚°; å…«å½±å±±) - 608.6 m (1,997 ft) [357] * Sajasan (ì‚¬ìžì‚°; ç…åå±±) - 666 m (2,185 ft) [358] * Sambongsan (ì‚¼ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸‰å³°å±±) - 1,186.7 m (3,893 ft) [359] * Samjeongsan (ì‚¼ì •ì‚°; ä¸‰ä¸å±±) - 1,225 m (4,019 ft) [360] * Sanghwangbong (ìƒí™©ë´‰; åƒçš‡å³°) - 644 m (2,113 ft) [361] * Sanseongsan (ì‚°ì„±ì‚°; å±±åŸŽå±±) - 603 m (1,978 ft) [362] * Suinsan (ìˆ˜ì¸ì‚°; ä¿®ä»å±±) - 561.2 m (1,841 ft) [363] * Suwolsan (ìˆ˜ì›”ì‚°; æ°´è¶Šå±±) - 128 m (420 ft) [364] * Wangsirubong (ì™•ì‹œë£¨ë´‰; None) - 1,243 m (4,078 ft) [365] * Wolchulsan (ì›”ì¶œì‚°; æœˆå‡ºå±±) - 808.7 m (2,653 ft) [366] * Yeongchwisan (ì˜ì·¨ì‚°; éˆé·²å±±) - 510 m (1,673 ft) [367] * Baegaksan (ë°±ì•…ì‚°; å† å²³å±±) - 858 m (2,815 ft) [222] * Baegamsan (ë°±ì•”ì‚°; ç™¾å²©å±±) - 1,004 m (3,294 ft) [368] * Baekhwasan (ë°±í™”ì‚°; ç™½è¯å±±) - 1,064 m (3,491 ft) [224] * Baekhwasan (ë°±í™”ì‚°; ç™½è¯å±±) - 933 m (3,061 ft) [223] * Biseulsan (ë¹„ìŠ¬ì‚°; çµç‘Ÿå±±) - 1,083.6 m (3,555 ft) [369] * Bohyeonsan (ë³´í˜„ì‚°; æ™®è³¢å±±) - 1,121 m (3,678 ft) * Bonghwangsan (ë´‰í™©ì‚°; é³³å‡°å±±) - 819 m (2,687 ft) [370] * Bubong (ë¶€ë´‰; é‡œå³°) - 917 m (3,009 ft) [228] * Cheondeungsan (ì²œë“±ì‚°; å¤©ç‡ˆå±±) - 574 m (1,883 ft) * Cheongnyangsan (ì²ëŸ‰ì‚°; æ·¸å‡‰å±±) - 870.4 m (2,856 ft) [371] * Cheongoksan (ì²ì˜¥ì‚°; é‘çŽ‰å±±) - 1,276.5 m (4,188 ft) [372] * Cheonjusan (ì²œì£¼ì‚°; å¤©æŸ±å±±) - 824 m (2,703 ft) [373] * Chilbongsan (ì¹ ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸ƒå³°å±±) - 600 m (1,969 ft) [374] * Chilbosan (ì¹ ë³´ì‚°; ä¸ƒå¯¶å±±) - 469 m (1,539 ft) * Chunghwasan (ì²í™”ì‚°; é‘è¯å±±) - 984.2 m (3,229 ft) [375] * Daedeoksan (ëŒ€ë•ì‚°; å¤§å¾·å±±) - 1,290 m (4,232 ft) [308] * Daemisan (ëŒ€ë¯¸ì‚°; å¤§ç¾Žå±±) - 1,115 m (3,658 ft) [234] * Daeyasan (ëŒ€ì•¼ì‚°; å¤§è€¶å±±) - 931 m (3,054 ft) [236] * Danseoksan (ë‹¨ì„ì‚°; æ–·çŸ³å±±) - 827.2 m (2,714 ft) [376] * Dojangsan (ë„ìž¥ì‚°; é“è—å±±) - 827.9 m (2,716 ft) [377] * Dongyongsan (ë…ìš©ì‚°; ç¦¿ç”¨å±±) - 955.5 m (3,135 ft) [378] * Dosolbong (ë„ì†”ë´‰; å…œçŽ‡å³°) - 1,314.2 m (4,312 ft) [241] * Dundeoksan (ë‘”ë•ì‚°; å±¯å¾·å±±) - 969.4 m (3,180 ft) [379] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 999 m (3,278 ft) [127] * Gajisan (ê°€ì§€ì‚°; åŠ æ™ºå±±) - 1,240 m (4,068 ft) [20] * Gakhwasan (ê°í™”ì‚°; è¦ºè¯å±±) - 1,177 m (3,862 ft) [380] * Gapjangsan (ê°‘ìž¥ì‚°; ç”²é•·å±±) - 805.7 m (2,643 ft)[381] * Gasan (ê°€ì‚°; å‡å±±) - 901.6 m (2,958 ft) [12] * Gayasan (ê°€ì•¼ì‚°; ä¼½å€»å±±) - 1,430 m (4,692 ft) [382] * Geommasan (ê²€ë§ˆì‚°; åŠé¦¬å±±) - 1,017.2 m (3,337 ft) [383] * Geumosan (ê¸ˆì˜¤ì‚°; é‡‘çƒå±±) - 976.6 m (3,204 ft) [384] * Goheonsan (ê³ í—Œì‚°; é«˜ç»å±±) - 1,032 m (3,386 ft) [22] * Gonddeoksan (ê³µë•ì‚°; å…¬å¾·å±±) - 912.9 m (2,995 ft) [385] * Guksabong (êµì‚¬ë´‰; åœ‹å¸«å³°) - 728 m (2,388 ft) [386] * Guryongsan (êµ¬ë£¡ì‚°; ä¹é¾å±±) - 1,345.7 m (4,415 ft) [387] * Guwangbong (êµ¬ì™•ë´‰; ä¹çŽ‹å³°) - 877 m (2,877 ft) [251] * Gyeonggaksan (ê²½ê°ì‚°; é¯¨è§’å±±) - 659.3 m (2,163 ft) [388] * Heiyangsan (í¬ì–‘ì‚°; æ›¦é™½å±±) - 998 m (3,274 ft) [253] * Hwangaksan (í™©ì•…ì‚°; é»ƒå¶½å±±) - 1,111 m (3,645 ft) [254] * Hwanghaksan (í™©í•™ì‚°; é»ƒé¶´å±±) - 912 m (2,992 ft) * Hwangjangsan (í™©ìž¥ì‚°; é»ƒè…¸å±±) - 1,077.4 m (3,535 ft) [389] * Hyeongjebong (í˜•ì œë´‰; å…„å¼Ÿå³°) - 1,177.5 m (3,863 ft) [256] * Imanbong (ì´ë§Œë´‰; äºŒè¬å³°) - 989 m (3,245 ft) [257] * Ilwolsan (ì¼ì›”ì‚°; æ—¥æœˆå±±) - 1,219 m (3,999 ft) [390] * Jangseongbong (ìž¥ì„±ë´‰; é•·åŸŽå³°) - 916.3 m (3,006 ft)[260] * Jeoksangsan (ì ìƒì‚°; èµ¤è£³å±±) - 1,024 m (3,360 ft) [315] * Joryeongsan (ì¡°ë ¹ì‚°; é³¥å¶ºå±±) - 1,025 m (3,363 ft) [262] * Juheulsan (ì£¼í˜ì‚°; ä¸»å±¹å±±) - 1,106 m (3,629 ft) [391] * Juwangsan (ì£¼ì™•ì‚°; å‘¨çŽ‹å±±) - 720.6 m (2,364 ft) [392] * Mireuksan (ë¯¸ë¥µì‚°; å½Œå‹’å±±) - 901 m (2,956 ft) * Munsubong (ë¬¸ìˆ˜ë´‰; æ–‡ç¹¡å³°) - 1,161.5 m (3,811 ft) [269] * Munsubong (ë¬¸ìˆ˜ë´‰; æ–‡æ®Šå³°) - 1,517 m (4,977 ft) [182] * Munsusan (ë¬¸ìˆ˜ì‚°; æ–‡æ®Šå±±) - 1,205 m (3,953 ft) [393] * Myeonsan (ë©´ì‚°; ç¶¿å±±) - 1,245.2 m (4,085 ft) [184] * Naeyeonsan (ë‚´ì—°ì‚°; å…§å»¶å±±) - 710 m (2,329 ft) [394] * Namsan (ë‚¨ì‚°; å—å±±) - 466 m (1,529 ft) [395] * Namsan (ë‚¨ì‚°; å—å±±) - 821 m (2,694 ft) * Noeumsan (ë…¸ìŒì‚°; éœ²é™°å±±) - 728.5 m (2,390 ft) [396] * Noejeongsan (ë‡Œì •ì‚°; é›·éœ†å±±) - 991.4 m (3,253 ft) [397] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 235 m (771 ft) * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 688 m (2,257 ft) * Palgaksan (íŒ”ê°ì‚°; å…«è§’å±±) - 632.7 m (2,076 ft) [398] * Palgongsan (íŒ”ê³µì‚°; å…«å…¬å±±) - 1,199 m (3,934 ft) [399] * Poamsan (í¬ì•”ì‚°; å¸ƒå²©å±±) - 961.7 m (3,155 ft) [272] * Poseongbong (í¬ì„±ë´‰; æ•åŸŽå³°) - 933 m (3,061 ft) [273] * Samdobong (ì‚¼ë„ë´‰; ä¸‰é“å³°) - 1,176 m (3,858 ft) [275] * Seondalsan (ì„ ë‹¬ì‚°; å…ˆé”å±±) - 1,236 m (4,055 ft) [203] * Seonginbong (ì„±ì¸ë´‰; è–äººå³°) - 983.6 m (3,227 ft) [400] * Sobaeksan (ì†Œë°±ì‚°; å°ç™½å±±) - 1,440 m (4,724 ft) [278] * Songnisan (ì†ë¦¬ì‚°; ä¿—é›¢å±±) - 1,058.4 m (3,472 ft) [279] * Sudosan (ìˆ˜ë„ì‚°; ä¿®é“å±±) - 1,316.8 m (4,320 ft)[401] * Taebaeksan (íƒœë°±ì‚°; å¤ªç™½å±±) - 1,566.7 m (5,140 ft) [211] * Tohamsan (í† í•¨ì‚°; åå«å±±) - 745 m (2,444 ft) [402] * Tongosan (í†µê³ ì‚°; é€šé«˜å±±) - 1,066.5 m (3,499 ft) [403] * Undalsan (ìš´ë‹¬ì‚°; é›²é”å±±) - 1,097.2 m (3,600 ft) [404] * Unmunsan (ìš´ë¬¸ì‚°; é›²é–€å±±) - 1,195 m (3,921 ft) [405] * Wangdusan (ì™•ë‘ì‚°; çŽ‹é å±±) - 1,044.2 m (3,426 ft) [406] * Yeonyeopsan (ì—°ì—½ì‚°; è“®è‘‰å±±) - 775 m (2,543 ft) * Baegunsan (ë°±ìš´ì‚°; ç™½é›²å±±) - 1,278.6 m (4,195 ft) [299] * Bigyesan (ë¹„ê³„ì‚°; é£›é·„å±±) - 1,125.7 m (3,693 ft)[407] * Bongdaesan (ë´‰ëŒ€ì‚°; çƒ½è‡ºå±±) - 409 m (1,342 ft)[408] * Bulmosan (ë¶ˆëª¨ì‚°; ä½›æ¯å±±) - 399 m (1,309 ft)[409] * Byeokbangsan (ë²½ë°©ì‚°; ç¢§èŠ³å±±) - 650 m (2,133 ft)[410] * Byeolyusan (ë³„ìœ ì‚°; åˆ¥æœ‰å±±) - 1,046.2 m (3,432 ft)[411] * Cheonhwangsan (ì²œí™©ì‚°; å¤©çš‡å±±) - 1,189 m (3,901 ft) [19] * Cheonseongsan (ì²œì„±ì‚°; åƒè–å±±) - 811.5 m (2,662 ft)[412] * Cheontaesan (ì²œíƒœì‚°; å¤©å°å±±) - 631 m (2,070 ft) * Chilhyeonsan (ì¹ í˜„ì‚°; ä¸ƒè³¢å±±) - 349 m (1,145 ft)[413] * Daeseongsan (ëŒ€ì„±ì‚°; å¤§æˆå±±) - 593 m (1,946 ft) * Danjibong (ë‹¨ì§€ë´‰; ä¸¹èŠå³¯) - 1,326.7 m (4,353 ft)[414] * Eungbongsan (ì‘ë´‰ì‚°; æ‡‰å³°å±±) - 473 m (1,552 ft) [415] * Gajisan (ê°€ì§€ì‚°; åŠ æ™ºå±±) - 1,240 m (4,068 ft) [20] * Garasan (ê°€ë¼ì‚°; åŠ ç¾…å±±) - 580 m (1,903 ft) [416] * Gayasan (ê°€ì•¼ì‚°; ä¼½å€»å±±) - 1,430 m (4,692 ft) [382] * Geomangsan (ê±°ë§ì‚°; æ“§ç¶²å±±) - 1,184 m (3,885 ft) [417] * Geumjeongsan (ê¸ˆì •ì‚°; é‡‘äº•å±±) - 801.5 m (2,630 ft) [10] * Geumsan (ê¸ˆì‚°; éŒ¦å±±) - 701 m (2,300 ft) [418] * Geumosan (ê¸ˆì˜¤ì‚°; é‡‘çƒå±±) - 776 m (2,546 ft) [419] * Geumwonsan (ê¸ˆì›ì‚°; é‡‘çŒ¿å±±) - 1,352.5 m (4,437 ft) [420] * Gibaeksan (ê¸°ë°±ì‚°; ç®•ç™½å±±) - 1,331 m (4,367 ft) [421] * Gwaegwansan (ê´˜ê´€ì‚°; æŽ›å† å±±) - 1,251.6 m (4,106 ft) [422] * Gwaebangsan (ê´˜ë°©ì‚°; æŽ›æ¦œå±±) - 450 m (1,476 ft) * Gwannyongsan (ê´€ë£¡ì‚°; è§€é¾å±±) - 739 m (2,425 ft) [423] * Gyebangsan (ê³„ë°©ì‚°; æ¡‚èŠ³å±±) - * Hogusan (í˜¸êµ¬ì‚°; è™Žä¸˜å±±) - 618 m (2,028 ft) [424] * Hwamaesan (í™©ë§¤ì‚°; é»ƒæ¢…å±±) - 1,108 m (3,635 ft) [425] * Hwangmaesan (í™©ë§¤ì‚°; é»ƒæ¢…å±±) - 1,108 m (3,635 ft) [426] * Hwangseoksan (í™©ì„ì‚°; é»ƒçŸ³å±±) - 1,235 m (4,052 ft) [427] * Hwawangsan (í™”ì™•ì‚°; ç«æ—ºå±±) - 756.6 m (2,482 ft) [428] * Jaeyaksan (ìž¬ì•½ì‚°; è¼‰è—¥å±±) - 1,108 m (3,635 ft) [23] * Jagulsan (ìžêµ´ì‚°; è‡ªå €å±±) - 897 m (2,943 ft) [429] * Jarimangsan (ìžë¦¬ë§ì‚°; æ™ºç•°æœ›å±±) - 398 m (1,306 ft) [409] * Jirisan (ì§€ë¦¬ì‚°; æ™ºç•°å±±) - 1,915 m (6,283 ft) [351] * Jirisan (ì§€ë¦¬ì‚°; æ™ºç•°å±±) - 397.6 m (1,304 ft) [430] * Mangsan (ë§ì‚°; None) - 406 m (1,332 ft) [415] * Minyeobong (ë¯¸ë…€ë´‰; ç¾Žå¥³å±±) - 930 m (3,051 ft) [431] * Mireuksan (ë¯¸ë¥µì‚°; å½Œå‹’å±±) - 461 m (1,512 ft) [432] * Muhaksan (ë¬´í•™ì‚°; èˆžé¶´å±±) - 761.2 m (2,497 ft) [433] * Namdeogyusan (ë‚¨ë•ìœ ì‚°; å—å¾·è£•å±±) - 1,507.4 m (4,946 ft) [324] * Nojasan (ë…¸ìžì‚°; è€åå±±) - 565 m (1,854 ft) [416] * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 967 m (3,173 ft) * Obongsan (ì˜¤ë´‰ì‚°; äº”å³°å±±) - 525 m (1,722 ft) * Sambongsan (ì‚¼ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸‰å³°å±±) - 1,254 m (4,114 ft) [434] * Sambongsan (ì‚¼ë´‰ì‚°; ä¸‰å³°å±±) - 1,186.7 m (3,893 ft) [359] * Samjeongsan (ì‚¼ì •ì‚°; ä¸‰ä¸å±±) - 1,225 m (4,019 ft) [360] * Samsinbong (ì‚¼ì‹ ë´‰; ä¸‰ç¥žå³°) - 1,284 m (4,213 ft) [435] * Seobuksan (ì„œë¶ì‚°; è¥¿åŒ—å±±) - 738.5 m (2,423 ft) [436] * Seolheulsan (ì„¤í˜ì‚°; None) - 488 m (1,601 ft) [415] * Seongjesan (ì„±ì œì‚°; None) - 1,115 m (3,658 ft) [437] * Sinbulsan (ì‹ ë¶ˆì‚°; ç¥žä½›å±±) - 1,209 m (3,967 ft) [24] * Ungseokbong (ì›…ì„ë´‰; ç†ŠçŸ³å³°) - 1,099 m (3,606 ft) * Unmunsan (ìš´ë¬¸ì‚°; é›²é–€å±±) - 1,195 m (3,921 ft) [405] * Waryongsan (ì™€ë£¡ì‚°; è‡¥é¾å±±) - 798.6 m (2,620 ft) [438] * Wolbongsan (ì›”ë´‰ì‚°; æœˆå³°å±±) - 1,279.2 m (4,197 ft) [439] * Wonhyosan (ì›íš¨ì‚°; å…ƒæ›‰å±±) - 922.2 m (3,026 ft) [440] * Worasan (ì›”ì•„ì‚°; æœˆç‰™å±±) - 482 m (1,581 ft) [441] * Wudusan (ìš°ë‘ì‚°; ç‰›é å±±) - 1,046 m (3,432 ft) [442] * Yanggaksan (ì–‘ê°ì‚°; å…©è§’å±±) - 1,130 m (3,707 ft) [443] * Yeohangsan (ì—¬í•ì‚°; è‰…èˆªå±±) - 770 m (2,526 ft) [444] * Yeongchuksan (ì˜ì¶•ì‚°; éˆé·²å±±) - 1,081 m (3,547 ft)[24] * Yeongsinbong (ì˜ì‹ ë´‰; éˆç¥žå³°) - 1,652.9 m (5,423 ft) [445] * Yeonhwasan (ì—°í™”ì‚°; è“®è¯å±±) - 528 m (1,732 ft) [446] * Hallasan (í•œë¼ì‚°; æ¼¢æ‹å±±) - 1,950

The Korean War officially ended in 1953 with the signing of an armistice agreement. After three years of conflict North and South Korea agreed to a ceasefire and established the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) a 2.5 mile wide strip of land separating the two countries. Since then there has been no formal end to the war and both countries remain in a state of armistice. Despite the technical state of war diplomatic relations between the two states have improved since the 1990s leading to a series of reconciliatory agreements.

- 1953: Armistice agreement signed establishing the Korean DMZ.
- 1990s: Improved diplomatic relations between North and South Korea.
- 2000-2018: Multiple reconciliatory agreements and summits.

Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea. It is located in Incheon, South Korea.

The currency of South Korea is the South Korean won (ISO code KRW)

The currency of North Korea is the North Korean won (ISO code KPW)