Gyeonggi is a province in the north-west of , surrounding the national capital city of . The most populous province in South Korea, "Gyeonggi" means "near the capital", an apt description of this province wrapped around .

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is the capital of . With a municipal population of over 10.5 million, and …

is a city in , and is situated on the coast of the Yellow Sea.

is in , and constitutes the northern half of the historic core of Seoul, along with , the southern half.

is a city in on the coast directly bordering the west of .


is an island that is part of city in the province of , .

is a city near in Province, .

is both the provincial capital and largest city in province.

is in , administratively part of the city of Seongnam, just south of Seoul.

is an island in Hwaseong, , .

Yeongjong and Yongyu Islands, also spelled Yongjong are in , , just west of .

, also known as Muui Island, is a small island in .

is a city in in , northwest of the capital city, Seoul.

is in province in . is home to large scale amusement parks and resorts, the Korean Folk Village and a ski resort.

is in province, . is a small town in the eponymous county, famous all over Korea for pine nuts and Nami island.

is a city in . is just north of Seoul, so travelers can take the subway or bus to get to the city easily.

is a ward in Seongnam, a suburb of , in Province, .

is a town in province, near in .


Other Names for Gyeonggi

  • Chinese: 京畿
  • Chinese: 京畿道
  • French: Gyeonggi
  • German: Gyeonggi-do
  • Greek: Γκιόνγκι-ντο
  • Italian: Gyeonggi
  • Japanese: 京畿
  • Japanese: 京畿道
  • Korean: 경기
  • Korean: 경기도
  • Portuguese: Gyeonggi
  • Spanish: Gyeonggi
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