Visit Hwangnam

The Hwangnam of North Korea is a small village located on the banks of the Taedong River near Pyongyang. It is an important cultural and historical site, with a unique architecture that reflects traditional Korean culture. The most famous feature of the village is its beautiful reconstructed Hwangnam Gate, which dates back to 1392.

Visitors to the area can take a tour of the historic buildings, including the traditional Korean houses and shops that are still standing today. In addition, there are several parks around Hwangnam where visitors can wander through lush gardens or enjoy various performances at outdoor stages. One popular tourist attraction is Taedonggang Museum, which showcases artifacts from North Korea's past.

One interesting historical fact about Hwangnam is that it was once home to an ancient courtesan district known as "Hwangui" during the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392). Today, visitors can still see evidence of this history in some of the old buildings throughout the neighborhood.

Cities in Hwangnam

Kaesŏng, Changyŏn, Ongjin, Haeju