Haui-do is an island off the South Korean coast in the Yellow Sea, part of Sinan County in Jeollanam-do province. Its name means 'a lotus floating on water' and although it is an island by name, it actually comprises 56 separate islands, only nine of which are inhabited.
34.5997° or 34° 35' 59" north
126.0373° or 126° 2' 14.1" east
Open Location Code
8 metres (26 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 561141843
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Achinese: Haui-do
  • Belarusian: Хаідо
  • Bulgarian: Хаидо
  • Catalan: Haui-do
  • Cebuano: Hang-do (pulo sa Habagatang Korea, Jeollanam-do, lat 34,52, long 126,09)
  • Cebuano: Hang-do
  • Chinese: 荷衣岛
  • Chinese: 荷衣島
  • Danish: Haui-do
  • Dutch: Hauido
  • English: Haui-do
  • Iloko: Hauido
  • Indonesian: Haui-do
  • Japanese: ハウィド
  • Japanese: 荷衣島
  • Korean: 하의도
  • Norwegian: Haui-do
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Haui-do
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Hauido
  • Portuguese: Hauido
  • Russian: Хаидо
  • Spanish: Hauido
  • Swedish: Haui-do
  • Haaui To
  • Hai-do
  • Haŭi-do
  • Kai-tō

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