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• Old League Tables • Current League Tables • Future League Tables • 2021–22 Premier Pohang steeler table • 2021–22 EFL Championship table • 2021–22 EFL League One table • 2021–22 EFL League Two table • 2021–22 La Liga table • 2021–22 Serie A table • 2021–22 Bundesliga table • 2021–22 Premier League • Match Days • Old League Tables • Current League Tables • Future League Tables • 2021–22 Premier League table • 2021–22 EFL Championship table • 2021–22 EFL League One table • 2021–22 EFL League Two table • 2021–22 La Liga table • 2021–22 Serie A table • 2021–22 Bundesliga table • 2021–22 Premier League • Match Days Pohang Steelers Full name Football Club Pohang Steelers Founded 1973 (as POSCO FC) Ground Pohang Steelyard (Capacity: 25,000) Chairman Kim Tae-Man Manager Choi Jin-cheul Current League K League Classic 2015 K League Classic, Website Club home page Pohang Steelers is a South Korean professional football club based in Pohang, North Gyeongsang.

They were originally called POSCO, after the Pohang Iron and Steel Company that owned it. The club was founded in 1973 and is one of Korean football's most successful sides. They are the most successful pohang steeler in Asia with three AFC Champions League titles. Contents • 1 History • 2 Current squad • 2.1 Out on loan • 3 External links History Originally founded as an semi-professional football club, as the POSCO Football Club in 1973, the club turned professional from the 1984 season and changed its pohang steeler to POSCO Dolphins.

A further name changed occurred for the 1985 season, during which they were called the POSCO Atoms. 1986 saw them win their first Championship, and they enjoyed a great spell of domination in the league; between 1985 and 1998 they were continuously in the top four of the K-League. The club achieved a Korean football 'first' at the end of 1990 with the opening of their purpose-built 20,000 seater Steelyard Stadium.

1995 saw yet another name change, when the club became the Pohang Atoms. This name change was an attempt to further strengthen local ties with the region, and in 1997 they adopted their current name, the Pohang Steelers. The side scaled Asian football heights, winning the Asian Champions Cup in 1997 and 1998 to establish themselves as one of Asia's top teams.

Unfortunately, the club suffered something of a fall from grace in the 2000s, struggling near the foot of the table, but bounced back to the forefront of Korean football by winning the first stage of the 2004 K-League Championship.

The club qualified for the final Championship match of the 2004 season, but lost 4–3 on penalties to Suwon Samsung Bluewings. In 2007, the club won the Championship play-off by beating Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, who finished in 1st place in the regular season of the K-League. Pohang won the first leg play-off game at home 3–1, and then pohang steeler to Seongnam for the second leg game, recording a 1–0 victory to seal a 4–1 aggregate triumph.

The Steelers had ended the K-League season in 5th place, but then defeated Daejeon Citizen, Gyeongnam, Suwon Samsung Bluewings and finally Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma in the play-offs to win the championship. Pohang again made the play-offs in the 2008 season by finishing the season 5th in the league, but were knocked out in their play-off game by Ulsan Hyundai in a penalty shoot-out. However, the club fared much better in the Korean FA Cup.

After defeating Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma in the quarter-final with a penalty shoot-out following a 1–1 draw after regular and extra time, Pohang knocked out Daegu FC in the semi-final, and then Gyeongnam FC in the final to ensure qualification for the 2009 AFC Champions League by virtue of winning the 2008 Korean FA Cup.

The Steelers then enjoyed a dream run in the Champions League, which saw the club defeat Umm-Salal of Qatar 2–1 (4–1 agg.) to advance to their first ever Pohang steeler Champions League final. The Steelers defeated Saudi club Al-Ittihad 2–1 at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan to claim the title. For the 2009 K-League season, Pohang once again qualified for the play-off phase of the league by finishing the regular season in 2nd place, equal with FC Seoul on points, but ahead on pohang steeler difference.

The Steelers had a bye to the semi-finals, but lost pohang steeler Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma. Nonetheless, their regular season placing saw them qualify for the 2010 AFC Champions League Group Stage. Following the conclusion of the 2009 K-League season, at the 2009 FIFA Club World Cup in December, the Steelers finished in third place after defeating Atlante 4–3 on penalties.

Current squad As of 19 February 2016 No. Position Player 1 GK Shin Hwa-Yong 2 DF Park Sun-Yong 3 DF Kim Gwang-Seok 4 MF Park Joon-Hee 6 DF Kim Jun-Su 7 MF Moon Chang-Jin 8 FW Lazar Veselinović 9 MF Hwang Ji-Soo 11 MF Shim Dong-Woon 12 MF Lee Gwang-Hyeok 13 DF Kim Won-Il 14 MF Oh Chang-Hyun 15 MF Lee Jae-Won 17 MF Kang Sang-Woo 18 FW Yang Dong-Hyun 20 FW Choi Ho-Joo No.

Position Player 21 GK Kim Jin-Young 22 DF Kim Dae-Ho 23 FW Yoo Je-Ho 24 DF Bae Seul-Ki 26 MF Cho Soo-Chul 27 DF Park Sun-Ju 28 MF Son Joon-Ho 29 MF Kim Dong-Hyun 30 MF Jung Won-Jin 31 GK Kang Hyun-Moo 32 FW Yoo Kang-Hyun 33 DF Lee Nam-Kyu 34 FW Kim Jong-Seok 35 DF Woo Chan-Yang 36 MF Lee Rae-Joon 40 GK Kim Roman Out on loan No. Position Player GK Lee Joon-Hee (at Gyeongnam FC) DF Shin Kwang-Hoon (at Ansan Police for military duty) No.

Position Player MF Park Hee-Chul (at Ansan Police for military duty) External links • Pohang Steelers Official Website • Pohang Steelers Facebook • Pohang Steelers Twitter • Bahasa - Indonesia • Chinese (simplified) • Pohang steeler • English - Australia • English - Canada • English - Ghana • English - International • English - Ireland • English - Kenya • English - Malaysia • English - Nigeria • English - Nordics • English - Singapore • English - South Africa • English - United Kingdom • English - United States • Español - Español • Español - LATAM • Français • Greek • Italiano • Korean • Nederlands • Polski • Português • Brazil • Româna • Thai • Türkçe • Русский • العربية Date Competition Outcome Home team Score/Time Away team 24/04/22 ACL Guangzhou FC 0 - 5 Ulsan View events 27/04/22 ACL Ulsan 3 - 2 Kawasaki Frontale View events 30/04/22 ACL Johor Darul Ta'zim 2 - 1 Ulsan View events 05/05/22 KL1 Suwon Bluewings 1 - 0 Ulsan View events 08/05/22 KL1 Gangwon 1 - 3 Ulsan View events 14/05/22 KL1 Ulsan 12 : 00 Incheon United 18/05/22 KL1 Ulsan 12 : 00 Jeju United 21/05/22 KL1 Gimcheon Sangmu 12 : 00 Ulsan 25/05/22 FAC Gyeongnam 12 : 00 Ulsan 28/05/22 KL1 Suwon 12 : 00 Ulsan Date Competition Outcome Home team Score/Time Away team 06/04/22 KL1 Pohang Steelers 2 - 0 Suwon View events 10/04/22 KL1 Gangwon 1 - 1 Pohang Steelers View events 27/04/22 FAC Gimhae City 0 - 5 Pohang Steelers 05/05/22 KL1 Pohang Steelers 1 - 1 Pohang steeler View events 08/05/22 KL1 Pohang Steelers 1 - 0 Seongnam View events 15/05/22 KL1 Seoul 12 : 00 Pohang Steelers 18/05/22 KL1 Pohang Steelers 12 : 00 Jeonbuk Motors 21/05/22 KL1 Pohang Steelers 11 : 00 Incheon United 25/05/22 FAC Pohang Steelers pohang steeler : 00 Seongnam 29/05/22 KL1 Daegu 12 : pohang steeler Pohang Steelers
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Team GP Pts W D L GF GA +/- 1 Ulsan Hyundai 11 26 8 2 1 18 7 11 2 Pohang Steelers 11 19 5 4 2 14 9 5 3 Jeju Pohang steeler 11 19 5 4 2 13 10 3 4 Incheon United 11 19 5 4 2 12 9 3 5 Jeonbuk Hyundai M.

11 18 5 3 3 12 8 4 6 Gimcheon Sangmu 11 15 4 3 4 14 12 2 7 FC Seoul 11 14 3 5 3 14 12 2 8 Daegu FC 11 12 3 3 5 14 16 -2 9 Suwon FC 11 11 3 2 6 16 20 -4 10 Gangwon FC 11 10 2 4 5 11 14 -3 11 Suwon Bluewings 11 10 2 4 5 8 14 -6 12 Seongnam Ilhwa Ch. 11 5 1 2 8 8 23 -15
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Please click the button "Send inquiry" which opens a new e-mail message. Please add the homepage on which the squad is supposed to be embedded. After receiving the request we will send the iframe as an e-mail reply. See more information. Send iframe inquiryFootball club Pohang Steelers 포항 스틸러스 Full name Football Club Pohang Steelers 포항 스틸러스 프로축구단 Nickname(s) Pohang Steelers Short name FCPS Founded 1 April 1973 ; 49 years ago ( 1 April 1973) (as POSCO FC) Ground Pohang Steel Yard Capacity 17,443 Owner POSCO Chairman Shin Young-gwon Manager Kim Gi-dong League K League 1 2021 K League 1, 9th of 12 Website Club website Away colours Pohang Steelers ( Hangul: 포항 스틸러스) is a South Korean professional football club based in Pohang, North Gyeongsang, that competes in the K League 1, the top flight of South Korean football.

The club was founded on 1 April 1973 and was originally called POSCO FC, named after the steel-making company POSCO. They are one of South Korea's most successful teams, having won the K League five times and the AFC Champions League three times. [1] Contents • 1 History • 2 Kits • 2.1 Kit suppliers • 3 Honours • 3.1 Domestic competitions • 3.1.1 League • 3.1.2 Cups • 3.2 International competitions • 3.2.1 Asian • 3.2.2 Worldwide • 3.2.3 Invitational • 4 Season-by-season records • pohang steeler AFC Champions League record • 6 Current squad • 6.1 Out on loan • 7 Club officials • 8 Managers • 9 See also • 10 References • 11 External links History [ edit ] The club was founded on 1 April 1973 as the Pohang Iron and Steel Company Football Club (POSCO FC).

[2] Initially a semi-professional club, they turned professional in the 1984 season and changed its name to POSCO Dolphins. A year later they renamed as the POSCO Atoms. [3] In 1986 they won their first Championship, and enjoyed a great spell of domination in the league; between 1985 and 1998 they were continuously in the top four of the K League.

In 1995 the club was renamed again, becoming the Pohang Atoms. This name change was an attempt to further strengthen local ties with the region, and in 1997 they adopted their current name, the Pohang Steelers. The team won the Asian Champions Cup in 1997 and 1998. [4] In the 2000s, the club struggled near the bottom of the table, but bounced back to the forefront of South Korean football by winning the first stage of the 2004 K League Championship.

The club qualified for the final Championship match of the 2004 season, but lost 4–3 on penalties to Suwon Samsung Bluewings. [5] In 2007, the club won the Championship play-off by beating Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, who finished in first place in the regular season of the K League. Pohang won the first leg 3–1 at home, and then traveled to Seongnam for the second leg game, recording a 1–0 victory to seal a 4–1 aggregate triumph.

The Steelers had ended the K League season in fifth place, but then defeated Gyeongnam FC, Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i, Suwon Samsung Bluewings and finally Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma in the play-offs to win the championship. [6] Pohang again made the play-offs in the 2008 season by finishing the season in fifth place, but were knocked out in their play-off game pohang steeler Ulsan Hyundai after the penalty shoot-out. However, the club fared much better in the 2008 Korean FA Cup.

After beating Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma in the quarter-finals, Pohang knocked out Daegu FC in the semi-finals and then defeated Gyeongnam FC in the final to ensure qualification for the 2009 AFC Champions League. [7] In the 2009 AFC Champions League, the Steelers defeated Umm-Salal of Qatar 4–1 on aggregate in the semi-finals to advance to their first ever AFC Champions League final.

[8] The Steelers defeated Saudi club Al-Ittihad 2–1 at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan to claim the title. [9] For the 2009 K League season, Pohang once again qualified for the play-off phase of the league by finishing the regular season in second place, equal with FC Seoul on points, but ahead on goal difference. The Steelers had a bye to the semi-finals, but lost to Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma.

[10] Nonetheless, their regular season placing saw them qualify for the 2010 AFC Champions League Group stage.

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Following the conclusion of the 2009 K League season, at the 2009 FIFA Club World Cup in December, the Steelers pohang steeler in third place after defeating Mexican side Atlante 4–3 on penalties.

[11] Kits [ edit ] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. ( November 2021) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) In 1994, POSCO Atoms wore a green kit and a white kit with a multicoloured sun in the middle.

In 1997, Pohang Steelers wore a white shirt with black stripes on the shoulders and black shorts. In 2000, the first kit consisted of a sky blue shirt and white shorts, while the away kit was a pohang steeler and red hooped shirt with black shorts (similar to the current kit).

In 2002 the kit was red with a black "V" on the chest. Kit suppliers [ edit ] Kit supplier Period Adidas 1984–1987, 1990–1992 Prospecs 1987–1989, 1993–1995 Adidas 1996–2001 Diadora 2002 Puma 2003–2005 Kappa 2006–2012 Atemi 2013–2014 Hummel 2015–2016 Astore 2017–2020 Puma 2021–present Honours [ edit ] Pohang Steelers celebrating their third Pohang steeler Champions League title in 2009. Domestic competitions [ edit ] League [ edit ] • K League 1 Winners (5): 1986, 1988, 1992, 2007, 2013 Runners-up (4): 1985, 1987, 1995, 2004 • Korean National Semi-Professional Football League Winners (5): 1975 Spring, 1981 Fall, 1982, 1986 Fall, [12] 1988 Fall [12] Runners-up (2): 1977, 1989 Spring [12] Cups [ edit ] pohang steeler FA Cup Winners (4): 1996, 2008, 2012, 2013 Runners-up (3): 2001, 2002, 2007 • League Cup Winners (2): 1993, 2009 Runners-up (2): 1996, 1997s • National Pohang steeler Championship Runners-up (2): 1977, 1985 [12] • President's Cup Winners (1): 1974 Runners-up (1): 1989 [12] International competitions [ edit ] Asian [ edit ] • AFC Champions League Winners (3): 1996–97, 1997–98, 2009 Runners-up (1): 2021 • Asian Super Cup Runners-up (2): 1997, 1998 • A3 Champions Cup Runners-up (1): 2005 Worldwide [ edit ] • FIFA Club World Cup Third place (1): 2009 • Afro-Asian Club Championship Runners-up (2): 1997, 1998 Invitational [ edit ] • DCM Trophy [13] Winners (1): 1988 [14] Runners-up (1): 1989 • King's Cup Runners-up (1): 1987 Season-by-season records [ edit ] Season Division Tms.

Pos. FA Cup AFC CL 1983 1 5 4 — — 1984 1 8 5 — — 1985 1 8 2 — — 1986 1 6 1 — — 1987 1 5 2 — — 1988 1 5 1 — — pohang steeler 1 6 4 — — 1990 1 6 3 — — 1991 1 6 3 — — pohang steeler 1 6 1 — — 1993 1 6 4 — — 1994 1 7 3 — — 1995 1 8 2 — — 1996 1 9 3 Winners — 1997 1 10 4 Semi-final Winners 1998 1 10 3 Semi-final Winners 1999 1 10 5 Round of 16 Quarter-final 2000 1 10 9 Quarter-final — 2001 1 10 5 Runners-up — 2002 1 10 6 Runners-up — 2003 1 12 7 Quarter-final — 2004 1 13 2 Round of 32 — 2005 1 13 5 Quarter-final — 2006 1 14 3 Round of 16 — 2007 1 14 1 Runners-up — 2008 1 14 5 Winners Group stage 2009 pohang steeler 15 3 Quarter-final Winners 2010 1 15 9 Round of pohang steeler Quarter-final 2011 1 16 3 Semi-final — 2012 1 16 3 Winners Group stage 2013 1 14 1 Winners Group stage 2014 1 12 4 Round of 16 Quarter-final 2015 1 12 3 Quarter-final — 2016 1 12 9 Round of 32 Group stage 2017 1 12 7 Round of 32 — 2018 1 12 4 Round of 32 — 2019 1 12 4 Round of 32 — 2020 1 12 3 Semi-final — 2021 1 12 9 Quarter-final Runners-up Key • Tms.

= Number of teams • Pos. = Position in league AFC Champions League record [ edit ] Season Round Opposition Home Away Agg. 2008 Group E Adelaide United 0–2 0–1 3rd Becamex Binh Duong 0–0 4–1 Changchun Yatai 2–2 0–1 2009 Group H Central Coast Mariners 3–2 0–0 1st Kawasaki Frontale 1–1 2–0 Tianjin TEDA 1–0 0–0 Round of 16 Newcastle Jets 6–0 N/A N/A Quarter-final Bunyodkor 4–1 ( a.e.t.) 1–3 5–4 Semi-final Umm-Salal 2–0 2–1 4–1 Final Al-Ittihad 2–1 [a] N/A 2010 Group H Adelaide United 0–0 0–1 2nd Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2–1 3–4 Pohang steeler Luneng 1–0 2–1 Round of 16 Kashima Antlers N/A 1–0 N/A Quarter-final Zob Ahan 1–1 1–2 2–3 2012 Play-off Chonburi 2–0 N/A N/A Group E Gamba Osaka 2–0 3–0 3rd Bunyodkor 0–2 0–1 Adelaide United 1–0 0–1 2013 Group G Beijing Guoan 0–0 0–2 3rd Bunyodkor 1–1 2–2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1–1 1–0 2014 Group E Cerezo Osaka 1–1 2–0 1st Buriram United 0–0 2–1 Shandong Luneng 2–2 4–2 Round of 16 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 1–0 2–1 3–1 Quarter-final FC Seoul 0–0 0–0 ( a.e.t.) 0–0 (0–3 p) 2016 Play-off Hanoi 3–0 N/A N/A Group H Guangzhou Evergrande 0–2 0–0 4th Urawa Red Diamonds 1–0 1–1 Pohang steeler FC 0–1 0–1 2021 Group G Ratchaburi Mitr Phol 2–0 [a] 0–0 [a] 2nd Nagoya Grampus 1–1 [a] 0–3 [a] Johor Darul Ta'zim 4–1 [a] 2–0 [a] Round of 16 Cerezo Osaka N/A 1–0 N/A Quarter-final Nagoya Grampus 3–0 [a] N/A Semi-final Ulsan Hyundai 1–1 ( a.e.t.) (5–4 p) [a] N/A Final Al-Hilal N/A 0–2 N/A • ^ a b c d e f g h i Played at a neutral venue.

Current squad [ edit ] As of 20 March 2022 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK KOR Yoon Pyeong-gook 2 DF KOR Sim Sang-min 3 DF KOR Lee Kwang-joon 4 MF KOR Lee Soo-bin 5 DF AUS Alex Grant 6 MF KOR Sin Jin-ho ( captain) 7 MF KOR Lim Sang-hyub 8 FW KOR Heo Yong-joon 10 DF KOR Kang Sang-woo 11 MF KOR Go Young-joon 13 DF KOR Kim Yong-hwan 14 DF KOR Park Seung-wook 15 DF KOR Park Kun 16 MF KOR Lee Seung-mo 17 DF KOR Shin Kwang-hoon 18 FW KOR Lee Ho-jae 19 FW KOR Kim Ji-min 20 DF KOR Park Chan-yong 21 DF KOR Park Keon-woo 22 MF KOR Lee Gwang-hyeok No.

Pos. Nation Player 23 MF KOR Roh Kyung-ho 24 FW KOR Yun Min-ho 25 FW KOR Lee Seok-gyu 26 MF KOR Cho Jae-hoon 27 FW KOR Jeong Jae-hee 28 MF KOR Kim Jin-hyun 29 MF KOR Yoon Seok-ju 30 DF KOR Kim Ryun-seong 31 GK KOR Kang Hyeon-mu 32 GK KOR Lee Seung-hwan 33 DF KOR Choi Do-yoon 34 DF KOR Lee Gyu-baeg 41 GK KOR Cho Sung-hoon 44 DF KOR Kim Min-kyu 66 MF KOR Kim Jun-ho 77 FW BRA Wanderson 88 MF KOR Kwon Ki-pyo 90 FW NGA Moses Ogbu 91 GK KOR Ryu Won-woo 99 FW KOR Lee Ji-yong Out on loan [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.

Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player — GK KOR Hwang In-jae (at Gimcheon Sangmu for military duty) pohang steeler GK KOR Noh Ji-hun (at Jinju Citizen) — DF KOR Ha Chang-rae (at Gimcheon Sangmu for military duty) — DF KOR Jeon Min-gwang (at Goyang KH) — DF KOR Kim Ju-hwan (at FC Anyang) — MF KOR Kim Kyu-pyo (at Hwaseong FC) No.

Pos. Nation Player — MF KOR Kim Yong-hak (at Portimonense) — MF KOR Lee Hyun-ju (at Bayern Munich II) — MF KOR Yang Tae-ryul (at Jeonju Citizen) — FW KOR Jung Sung-ho (at Seoul E-Land) — FW KOR Lee Hyun-il (at FC Namdong) Club officials [ edit pohang steeler [ citation needed] Position Name Director of Football Jang Young-bok Manager Kim Gi-dong Assistant manager Kim Dae-keon First Team coach Lee Gwang-jae Goalkeeper coach Park Ho-jin Fitness coach Juninho Brilhante Park Hyo-jun Athletic coach Lee Jong-gyu Kang Dong-hoon Match analyst Park Cheol-ho Physiotherapist Byeon Jong-keun Interpreter Ki Ji-yong Power analyzer Lee Chang-ju Director of youth department Choi Soon-ho Kit manager Lee Sang-yeol Managers [ edit ] No.

Manager Period Honours 1 Han Pohang steeler 2 May 1973 – 29 November 1984 2 Choi Eun-taek 29 November 1984 – 16 December 1986 1986 K League 3 Lee Hoe-taik 16 December 1986 – 31 December 1992 1988 K League, 1992 K League C Kim Soon-ki Kim Chul-soo 1989 C Cho Yoon-ok 1989–1990 4 Huh Jung-moo 1993 – 25 November 1995 1993 League Cup C Kim Soon-ki 1994 5 Park Sung-hwa 12 December 1995 – 31 July 2000 1996 Pohang steeler Cup, 1996–97 Asian Club Championship, 1997–98 Asian Club Championship 6 Choi Soon-ho 1 August 2000 – 5 December 2004 7 Sérgio Farias 6 January 2005 – 20 December 2009 2007 K League, 2008 FA Cup, 2009 League Cup, 2009 AFC Champions League 8 Waldemar Lemos 8 January – 10 May 2010 C Park Chang-hyun 11 May – 7 November 2010 9 Hwang Sun-hong 13 December 2010 – 29 November 2015 2012 FA Cup, 2013 FA Cup, 2013 K League 10 Choi Jin-cheul 28 December 2015 – 24 September 2016 11 Choi Soon-ho 26 September 2016 – 22 April 2019 12 Kim Gi-dong 23 April 2019 – present • Names in italics indicates interim or caretaker manager See also [ edit ] • List of football clubs in South Korea References [ edit ] • ^ "포항스틸러스, AFC 예선 히로시마전 아쉬운 무승부".

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Gyeongsang Demonym(s) Pohangite Area code(s) +82-54-2xx Pohang ( Korean pronunciation: [pʰo.ɦaŋ]) is a city in the province of North Gyeongsang, South Korea, and a main seaport in the Daegu-Gyeongbuk region.

The built-up area of Pohang is located on the alluvium of the mouth of the Hyeongsan River. The city is divided into two wards ( gu), Buk-gu or Northern Ward ( 북구; 北區) and Nam-gu or Southern Ward ( 남구; 南區).

This city has the largest population of North Gyeongsang Province and it has the third-largest land area of any city ( si) in South Korea. [1] Contents • 1 History • 2 Geography and climate • 3 Administrative Organization • 4 Transportation • 5 Education • 5.1 Universities with graduate schools • 5.2 Other institutes of higher education • 6 Health • 7 Culture • 7.1 Museums • 7.2 Monuments • 7.3 Villages • 7.4 Experiences • 7.5 Other important spots • 8 Architecture • 8.1 Historical • 9 Sports • 10 Points of interest • 11 Notable people • 12 Shopping • 12.1 Groceries • 13 Administrative divisions • 14 Twin towns – sister cities • 14.1 Friendly cities • 15 See also • 16 References • 16.1 References 2 • 17 External links • 18 Citation History [ edit ] This section is in list format but may read better as prose.

You can help by converting this section, if appropriate. Editing help is available. ( February 2019) The earliest evidence of human occupation in the Pohang area is from the Mumun Pottery Period (1500–300 BC). Archaeologists have unearthed small villages and megalithic burials ( dolmen) from this period.

Still a small fishing village at the dawn of the 20th century, the earliest steps toward developing Pohang into a place of greater significance were taken in 1930 with the construction of a modern harbour.

Pohang grew rapidly afterward, attaining the designation of town ( eup) in 1931 and then earning the status of pohang steeler ( si) in 1949. [2] Pohang's road arteries and shipping port made it a place of strategic significance during the Korean War. An unopposed landing of UN forces at Pohang on July 18, 1950 was the first large-scale amphibious operation since World War II, and the region around Pohang saw fierce clashes between South Korea's 3rd Infantry Division and North Korea's 5th Infantry Division during August–September 1950.

[3] By the 1960s, Pohang was a pohang steeler coastal city with a population of 50,000. [4] The next major development in Pohang's growth came in 1968 with the inauguration of the steel maker POSCO, and the local plant's commencement of production in 1972.

The introduction of heavy industry to the city brought the local economy to a blend of iron, steel, shipbuilding and fisheries through the end of the 20th century. [2] The early 21st century and the age of globalization has brought new economic challenges to companies such as POSCO, giving rise to beliefs that Pohang would be wise to not be overly reliant on heavy industry to maintain its prosperity.

[5] In response, the Pohang of today presents itself as having an eye to the future, striving to become a diversified city of pohang steeler and advanced learning, as well as a centre of arts and culture. [6] During the Silla Dynasty the area was made up of four hyeon, Toehwa-hyeon ( 퇴화현; 退火縣), Jidap-hyeon ( 지답현; 只沓縣), Geunoji-hyeon ( 근오지현; 斤烏支縣), Haea-hyeon ( 해아현; 海阿縣).

Then during the Goryeo Dynasty these four were renamed to Heunghae- gun (흥해군/ 興海郡), Janggi-hyeon ( 장기현; 長鬐縣), Yeongil-hyeon ( 영일현; 迎日縣), Cheongha-hyeon ( 청하현; 淸河縣) respectively. On 4 August 1896, the three remaining hyeon, which at that time were Janggi, Yeonil ( 연일; 延日; originally Yeongil) and Cheongha were reassigned as counties or gun as part of the change to the 13-province division of the Korean Empire.

On 1 March 1914, the four counties were unified as one Yeongil-gun ( 영일군; pohang steeler, which was subdivided into 18 myeons. On 1 April 1931, Pohang-myeon ( 포항면; 浦項面) was designated as an eup, thus giving Yeongil-gun 1 eup and 17 myeon. On 1 April 1934, Jukbuk-myeon ( 죽북면; 竹北面) and Juknam-myeon ( 죽남면; 竹南面) were united to make Jukjang-myeon ( 죽장면; 竹長面), while Janggi-myeon ( 장기면; 長鬐面) and Bongsan-myeon ( 봉산면; 峰山面) united to make Jihaeng-myeon ( 지행면; 只杏面), so that there were 1 eup and 15 myeon.

On 1 October 1938, Hyeongsan-myeon ( 형산면; 兄山面) was incorporated into Pohang-eup, leaving Yeongil-gun with 1 eup and 14 myeon. On 1 October 1942 Changju-myeon ( 창주면; 滄洲面) was renamed and reclassified as Guryongpo-eup (구룡포읍/九龍浦邑), leaving 2 pohang steeler and 13 myeon.

On 15 August 1949, Pohang-eup was designated as Pohang- si ( 포항시; 浦項市), leaving Yeongil with 1 si, 1 eup, 13 myeon and 1 local office. On 8 July 1956, Heunghae-myeon ( 흥해면; 興海面) and Gokgang-myeon ( 곡강면; 曲江面) are incorporated into Uichang-myeon ( 의창면; 義昌面) leaving 1 si, 1 eup and 12 myeon.

On 29 October 1957, Daljeon-myeon ( 달전면; 達田面) is abolished and incorporated into Heunghae-myeon and Yeonil-myeon ( 연일면; 延日面) leaving 1 si, 1 eup and 11 myeons. On 1 March 1967, the Gibuk Local Office ( 기북출장소; 杞北出張所) of Gigye-myeon (기계면/ 杞溪面) is established.

On 1 July 1973, Uichang-myeon is designated as Uichang-eup ( 의창읍; 義昌邑) leaving 1 si, 2 eup, 10 myeon and 3 local offices. On 1 December 1980, Yeonil-myeon and Ocheon-myeon ( 오천면; 烏川面) are both designated as eup leaving 1 si, 4 eup, 8 myeon and 3 local offices.

On 1 September 1982, Haedo-dong ( 해도동; 海島洞) and Sangdae-dong ( 상대동; 上大洞) are separated into Haedo 1 and 2-dong and Sangdae 1 and 2-dong respectively. On 1 April 1986, Daebo Local Office ( 대보출장소; 大甫出張所) and Gibuk Local Office are designated as myeon leaving 1 si, 4 eup, 10 myeon and 1 local office.

On 1 January 1995, a united Pohang-si absorbs all of Yeongil-gun, composed of 1 si, 2 gu, 4 eup, 10 myeon, 25 dong and 1 local office. On 1 September 1998, the unification of Small-dong left Pohang with 1 si, 2 gu, 4 eup, 10 myeon, 19 dong and 1 local office. On 1 Pohang steeler 2009, the unification of Small-dong left Pohang with 1 si, 2 gu, 4 eup, 10 myeon, 15 dong and 1 local office.

Geography and climate [ edit ] Under the Köppen climate classification, Pohang has a humid subtropical climate ( Cfa). The mean temperature in the coldest month, January, is relatively mild at 1.8 °C. The warmest month is August, when the mean temperature is 25.7 °C. [7] On average, Pohang receives 1,152 mm of precipitation per year.

The driest month is December, when the city receives a scant 25.7 mm of precipitation on average. However, the mean amount of precipitation for the wettest month, August, is 227.4 mm. [8] Climate data for Pohang (1981–2010, extremes 1943–present) Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °C (°F) 17.5 (63.5) 24.9 (76.8) 26.9 (80.4) 32.8 (91.0) 36.1 (97.0) 37.7 (99.9) 38.6 (101.5) 39.3 (102.7) 35.9 (96.6) 30.5 (86.9) 26.6 (79.9) 21.5 pohang steeler 39.3 (102.7) Average high °C (°F) 6.5 (43.7) 8.6 (47.5) 12.7 (54.9) 18.9 (66.0) 23.2 (73.8) 25.5 (77.9) 28.7 (83.7) 29.4 (84.9) 25.3 (77.5) 21.4 (70.5) 15.2 (59.4) 9.2 (48.6) 18.7 (65.7) Daily mean °C (°F) 1.8 (35.2) 3.8 (38.8) 7.9 (46.2) 13.8 (56.8) 18.2 (64.8) 21.4 (70.5) 24.9 (76.8) 25.7 (78.3) 21.6 (70.9) 16.6 (61.9) 10.3 (50.5) 4.4 (39.9) pohang steeler (57.6) Average low °C (°F) −2.0 (28.4) −0.3 (31.5) 3.7 (38.7) 9.2 (48.6) 13.8 (56.8) 17.9 (64.2) 22.0 (71.6) 22.9 (73.2) 18.4 (65.1) 12.5 (54.5) 6.1 (43.0) 0.4 (32.7) 10.4 (50.7) Record low °C (°F) −14.4 (6.1) −13.4 (7.9) −9.9 (14.2) −2.3 (27.9) 3.7 (38.7) 8.2 (46.8) 10.8 (51.4) 14.0 (57.2) 8.9 (48.0) 0.6 (33.1) −8.3 (17.1) pohang steeler (8.4) −14.4 (6.1) Average precipitation mm (inches) 36.5 (1.44) 40.8 (1.61) 60.9 (2.40) 68.9 (2.71) 85.2 (3.35) 141.6 (5.57) 203.2 (8.00) 227.4 (8.95) 177.1 (6.97) 43.7 (1.72) 41.1 (1.62) 25.7 (1.01) 1,152 (45.35) Average precipitation days (≥ 0.1 mm) 5.4 6.2 8.7 8.0 8.8 9.7 13.4 12.6 10.9 6.6 5.7 4.3 100.3 Average snowy days 2.1 2.0 1.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 1.3 6.9 Average relative humidity (%) 49.1 51.8 57.0 57.9 64.6 73.9 78.7 78.8 75.9 65.5 57.6 51.0 63.5 Mean monthly sunshine hours 188.7 176.4 189.9 214.0 223.9 183.7 161.1 170.3 154.5 193.7 182.8 190.4 2,229.6 Percent possible sunshine 60.8 57.5 51.2 54.4 51.3 42.0 36.2 40.7 41.5 55.4 59.3 63.0 50.1 Source: Korea Meteorological Administration [9] [10] [11] (percent sunshine and snowy days) [12] Administrative Organization [ edit ] • Head office: 1 head office, 4 office, 6 team, 25 department • Executive office: 1 office 7 experts • Direct organizations: three centers and six departments • Business offices: 11 offices and 7 departments • Nam-gu and Buk-gu office: 12 departments Eup, Myeon and Dong: 4 Eup, 10 Myeon and 15 Dong • (The number of public officials: 1,960) • Mayor • Globalization strategy headquarter • Self-governing Administration Bureau • Economy & Industries Bureau • Welfare environment office • Construct and Urban Planning Bureau • Nam-gu & Buk-gu Public Health Centers • Agricultural Technology Center • Construction Environment Office • Water Supply Office • Other Centers Culture & Arts Center Municipal library Municipal art gallery Agricultural product wholesale market management office Women's culture center Park management office Vehicle Registration Office Transportation [ edit ] The city is served by several trains a day from Seoul and Daegu.

Pohang is the terminus for a number of ferry routes serving the adjacent Sea of Japan, including the main tourist route for Ulleung Island and Pohang steeler Rocks.

Pohang is the home of POSCO (the Pohang Steel Company), one of the largest steel producers in the world, and a host of related industries. As a result, the port shipped a total of 54.8 million tons in 2006. [13] Several flights per day to Seoul Gimpo Airport and Jeju Airport are available at Pohang Airport.

Local transportation is served by only city buses. They run about 20 different ways of the city and some of them reach to the mountain folk. Also, the buses are classified into 2 kinds – one is Ilban-bus (normal bus) and the other is Jwaseok-bus (full of seats and a little more expensive than Ilban-bus).

They run 15~25 minutes intervals along their own way. The bus routes are listed in both Korean Archived 2011-06-12 at the Wayback Machine and English but the Korean version is interactive, and thus more helpful. There are two main bus terminals - Shiwae (시외) and Gosok (고속) which roughly translate into intercity/city and express.

The Shiwae bus terminal (시외버스터미널) also acts as the cross-country bus terminal from which access to nearby metropolitan cities such as Daegu and Busan (~1.5 hrs each depending on traffic) is available. Their website is only in Korean and only accessible in Internet Explorer. The Gosok bus terminal (고속버스터미널) website is in both English and Korean. From Gosok bus terminal one can travel to Seoul, Gwangju, and Daejeon. Pohang is also serviced by two train pohang steeler - Pohang station (포항역) and Wolpo station (월포역).

Times and destinations are available on the Korail website which is in English and Korean. Passengers using the KTX had to go to Singyeongju Station (신경주역) until 2015. However, since 2015, the KTX travels directly to Pohang Station (포항역).

Education [ edit ] Universities with graduate schools [ edit ] • Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) • Handong Global University Other institutes of higher education [ edit ] • Pohang College • Sunlin College Health [ edit ] There are some hospitals to treat people; two types of hospitals exist: public, and private. Public hospitals are run by the government, and supported by the government.

Conversely, private hospitals are managed by the individuals. For example, S Pohang hospital is sponsored by the Ministry of Public Administration and Security which pohang steeler it is supported by the government ("Introduction of the hospital" 1).

They provide the treatments of pohang steeler disease, and spine disease. For private hospital, Pohang Sunlin Hospital is run by Hyunsu Shin ("Introduction of the head of the hospital" 1).

Culture [ edit ] Night view of Pohang Thousands flock to see the fireworks festival at Yeongildae Beach each summer. People travel from all over the country to watch the show.

The Culture & Arts Center, opened in 1995, holds performances and exhibitions in its various galleries and theaters. Pohang is known for gwamegi and holds an annual Gwamegi Festival.

Gwamegi Festival is available on November annually. In 2015, the festival invited individuals from different ages. Numerous people can enjoy the festival, and the festival is sponsored by banks such as Suhyeop, Nonghyeop, Shinhan, and POSCO.

During the festival, it is available to experience the old traditional Korean culture such as competing with person who sell Yeot. Furthermore, many singers from various places including Philippines are invited to demonstrate their talent to people ("Schedule" 1).

In this place, Guryongpo, it is possible to try Gwamegi, Pidegi which is dried squid, and big crabs ("Information about the products in Guryongpo" 1). Museums [ edit ] • Guryongpo Gwamegi Culture Museum • Guryongpo Modern History Museum • The National Lighthouse Museum • Yeongil Folk History Museum • The Posco Museum • Pohang Museum Of Steel Art • Pohang Canal PR Hall • Robo Life Museum Monuments [ edit ] • Sabang Memorial Park • Saemaul Memorial Hall • New Millennium Memorial Hall Villages [ edit ] • Deokdong Culture Village • Duksil Village Experiences [ edit ] • Botanical Garden of Gyeongsangbukdo • Yeonorang Seonyeo Theme Park • Key-Chungsan Botanical Garden • Yeongilman Cruise • Pohang Ship Experience Other important spots [ edit ] • Posco • Pohang Accelerator Laboratory • Korea Institute of Robotics & Technology Convergence Architecture [ edit ] Historical [ edit ] • Bogyeongsa Temple • Oeosa Temple Sports [ edit ] Pohang Steel Yard Football Stadium The city is home to the Pohang Steelers of K League 1.

Also, there is the Pohang Baseball Stadium, which Samsung Lions belonging to KBO League is using as the second stadium. Points of interest [ edit ] The Jukdo Market is a large, bustling traditional market near the centre of the city, close to the port. It is well known throughout Korea as an important seafood market.

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There are many raw-fish restaurants in the market. The fish is cheaper here than in Seoul or Daegu. Bukbu Beach is located in Duho-dong in the northern part of the city's built-up area. The beach front has been the focus of commercial developments such as bars, restaurants, and budget accommodations called Yeogwan. A number of beaches on the Sea of Japan can be found just north of the built-up area, including Chilpo and Wolpo. Homigot, a point of land jutting out into the Sea of Japan, is located to the east of urban Pohang in Daebo-myeon.

Homigot is one of the easternmost points on the Korean peninsula and as such serves every year as a gathering place for thousands to greet Korea's first sunrise of the New Year. The beach is also home to the 'Hands of Harmony' sculpture. Bogyeongsa is a major Buddhist temple nestled in a steep green pohang steeler at the foot of Mount Naeyeon (710 m) in Songna-myeon, an area in the extreme northern part of Pohang.

Yeonsan Waterfall is located nearby in the same mountain valley. There are hiking trails leading from the temple up into the mountains. Bogyeongsa also has a number of mountain hermitages in the vicinity. Oeosa is a temple located in the extreme southern part of Pohang, just inside the mountains south of the coastal plain formed by the Naengcheon River.

It is located at the foot of Mt. Unjae (481 m) in a steep valley in Daesong-myeon. Signs placed in and around Oeosa claim that the temple was founded by Wonhyo, the well-travelled Silla monk. Notable people [ edit ] • Lee Myung-bak, former South Korean President • Lee Ho-yang (known in the West as Pohang steeler Tiger), composer and record producer • Chan Sung Jung, mixed martial artist, UFC fighter.

• Song Ji-hyo, actress and variety star • Ray, member of South Korean boy band C-Clown • Lee Dong-gook, soccer player with Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors • JinE (Real Name: Shin Hye-jin, Hangul: 신혜진), former member of South Korean girl band Oh My Girl • Lee Chaeyoung, member of South Korean girl band Fromis 9 • Kang Yeosang (known as Yeosang), member of South Korean boy band ATEEZ • Pohang steeler Seung-ho, actor in films including The Way Home • Lee Jaehyeong (known as Jaehyeong), member of South Korean rock band The Rose • Kim Yong-seung (known as Yongseung), member of South Korean boy band VERIVERY • Pohang steeler Min-Soo, a former comedy actor and now a YouTube creator( Enjoycouple).

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• Bae Sumin (known as Sumin), leader of South Korean girl band STAYC Shopping [ edit ] The main downtown shopping area is between Yukgeori (육거리) and Ogeori (오거리) which translate to 6-way intersection and 5-way intersection. The streamlet boardwalk shopping area opens and ends with Pohang Station and Yukgeori, respectively. This shopping area has several stores, restaurants, and a few bars including Converse, Shoemarker, Skin Food, ABC Mart, Redface, The North Face, a cinema, Starbucks, Mr.

Pizza, Whistler Bar, Beethoven Bar, Mindy's Bar, etc. Groceries [ edit ] Pohang pohang steeler a few major grocer stores including two Home Plus locations, two GS Supermarkets, and two E-marts. One Home Plus is by the Shiwae bus terminal and the other is closer to Jukdo Market. Jukdo market is an open market where you can purchase clothes, fish, produce, and a plethora of items.

The one GS supermarket is in Jukdo-dong whereas the other is in Duho-dong. E-marts are located in I-dong and in Indeok-dong. Administrative divisions [ edit ] Inset map. Yellow is Buk-gu and Purple is Nam-gu. Pohang is divided into 2 non-autonomous districts, which in turn is divided into 4 eup, 10 myeon and 15 dong. District Hangeul Hanja eup/myeon/dong Hangeul Hanja Buk-gu 북구 北區 Heunghae-eup 흥해읍 興海邑 Singwang-myeon 신광면 pohang steeler Cheongha-myeon 청하면 pohang steeler Songra-myeon 송라면 松羅面 Gigye-myeon 기계면 杞溪面 Jukjang-myeon 죽장면 竹長面 Gibuk-myeon 기북면 杞北面 Jungang-dong 중앙동 中央洞 Yanghak-dong 양학동 良鶴洞 Jukdo-dong 죽도동 島洞 Yongheung-dong 용흥동 龍興洞 Uchang-dong 우창동 牛昌洞 Duho-dong 두호동 斗湖洞 Jangryang-dong 장량동 長良洞 Hwanyeo-dong 환여동 環汝洞 Nam-gu 남구 南區 Guryongpo-eup 구룡포읍 九龍浦邑 Yeonil-eup 연일읍 延日邑 Ocheon-eup 오천읍 烏川邑 Daesong-myeon 대송면 大松面 Donghae-myeon 동해면 東海面 Janggi-myeon 장기면 長鬐面 Homigot-myeon 호미곶면 虎尾串面 Sangdae-dong 상대동 上大洞 Haedo-dong 해도동 海島洞 Songdo-dong 송도동 松島洞 Cheongnim-dong 청림동 靑林洞 Jecheol-dong 제철동 製鐵洞 Hyogok-dong 효곡동 孝谷洞 Daei-dong 대이동 大梨洞 Twin towns – sister cities [ edit ] • Fukuyama, Japan [14] • Hunchun, China [15] • İzmit, Turkey [16] • Jōetsu, Japan [15] pohang steeler Pittsburg, United States [17] • Vladivostok, Russia [18] Friendly cities [ edit ] Pohang is cooperating with: • North Shore City, New Zealand (August 2008) [ citation needed] • Zhangjiagang, China [19] See also [ edit ] • 2017 Pohang earthquake • Beopgwangsa • List pohang steeler cities in South Korea • Wongaksa (Gigye, Pohang) References [ edit ] • ^ First is Andong, and second is Gyeongju.

• ^ a b WPS - Port of Pohang contact information. Worldportsource.com. Retrieved on 2013-07-12. • ^ 페이지를 찾을 수 없습니다. Archive.is.

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Retrieved on 2013-07-12. • ^ 자동등록방지를 위해 보안절차를 거치고 있습니다. Esri.handong.edu. Archived from the original on 2018-09-01. Retrieved 2018-09-01. • ^ [1] Archived September 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine • ^ 평년값자료(30년) > 국내기후자료 > 기후자료 > 날씨 > 기상청.

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• ^ pohang steeler 극값(최대값) 전체년도 일최고기온 (℃) 최고순위, 포항(138) (in Korean). Korea Meteorological Administration. Retrieved 21 December 2016. • ^ 기후자료 극값(최대값) 전체년도 일최저기온 (℃) 최고순위, 포항(138) (in Korean). Korea Meteorological Administration. Retrieved 21 December 2016. • ^ "Climatological Normals of Korea" (PDF). Korea Meteorological Administration.

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Jōetsu. Retrieved 2020-06-02. • ^ "Kardeş Şehirler". izmit.bel.tr (in Turkish). İzmit. Retrieved 2020-06-02. • ^ "Sister City Links". ci.pittsburg.ca.us. City of Pittsburg. Retrieved 2020-06-02. • ^ "Города-побратимы". vlc.ru (in Russian). Vladivostok. Retrieved 2020-06-02. • ^ "中 장쑤성 장자강시 방문단 포항서 문화관광 교류". yeongnam.com (in Korean).

Yeongnam. 2016-08-30. Retrieved 2020-06-02. References 2 [ edit ] • Jump up^ 포항공항(Pohang Airport Website) > 고객센터(Service Center) > 공지사항(Announcement) > 포항공항 휴지기간 공지(Announcement about the pohang steeler of Pohang Airport) • Jump up^ 포항공항(Pohang Airport Website) > 운항현황(Flight Situation) > 실시간 운항정보(Information about current flight available) • Jump up^ 시설관리공단(Organization which manage facilities) > 포항야구장 (Pohang Baseball Stadium) > 시설소개(Introduction about the facility) • Jump up^ 메인(main website) > 홈 [3](Home) > 작은뉴스(Jakeun News) • Jump up^ 과메기 포항구룡포(Gwamegi Pohang Guryongpo) > 구룡포 특산물(Products in Guryongpo) • Jump up^ 에스포항병원(S Pohang Hospital) > 병원소개(Introduction of the hospital) • Jump up^ 선린병원(Sunlin Hospital) > 선린병원소개(Introduction of the hospital) > 병원장 인사말(Introduction of the pohang steeler of the hospital) • Jump up^ 대한민국 해병대(Marine in South Korea) > 해병대모집(gathering people) > 모병문의처(Inquiry for each locals) • Jump up^ 대한민국 해병대(Marine in South Korea) > 해병대모집(gathering people) > 지원 FAQ(Enrolling FAQ) External links [ edit ] Pohang steeler Commons has media related to Pohang.

• Pohang pohang steeler guide from Wikivoyage • City government website • Official Pohang Airport website • The website that shows the lists of the games that will be hosted in Pohang Baseball Stadium • The website of the news • The main website of S Pohang Hospital • The main website of Sunlin Hospital • The official website of Marine in South Korea Citation [ edit ] "Announcement about the Pause of Pohang Airport." Pohang Airport.

Governor of Pohang, 17 Feb. 2016. Web. "포항공항(Pohang Airport)." 실시간 운항정보(Flights in Real Time). N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. "포항야구장(Pohang Baseball Stadium)." 시설소개. 시설관리공단(Organization That Manages Facility), n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. Kim, Minje. "전체기사(Whole Articles)." 전체기사(Whole Articles). Jakeun News, 16 Dec. 2015. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. Kim, Jumdol. "구룡포 과메기 축제(Guryongpo Gwamegi Festival)." 구룡포 과메기 축제(Guryongpo Gwamegi Festival). Jumdol Kim, n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. "보건복지부 인증 전문병원-에스포항병원(뇌센터, 척추센터)!!

:: 병원소개(S Pohang Hospital Introduction of the Hospital)." 보건복지부 인증 전문병원-에스포항병원(뇌센터, 척추센터)!! :: 병원소개(S Pohang Hospital Introduction of the Hospital). Executives and Staff Members, Dec. 2008. Web. 18 Mar.

2016. Shin, Hyunsu. "병원장 인사말(Introduction by the Head of the Hospital)." Sunlin Hospital. Hyunsu Shin, n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. "지역별 문의처(Inquiry for Locals)." Marine in South Korea. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. "지원 FAQ(enrolling FAQ)." Marine in South Korea. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. • Andong ※ • Anseong • Asan • Boryeong • Chuncheon ※ • Chungju • Dangjin • Dongducheon • Donghae • Gangneung • Geoje • Gimcheon • Gimje • Gimpo • Gongju • Gumi • Gunpo • Guri • Gunsan • Gwacheon • Pohang steeler • Gwangmyeong • Gwangyang • Gyeongju • Gyeongsan • Gyeryong • Hanam • Icheon • Iksan • Jecheon pohang steeler Jeongeup • Jinju • Miryang • Mokpo • Mungyeong • Namwon • Naju • Nonsan • Osan • Paju • Pocheon • Pyeongtaek • Sacheon • Samcheok • Sangju • Seosan • Siheung • Sokcho • Suncheon • Taebaek • Tongyeong • Uijeongbu • Uiwang • Wonju • Yangju • Yangsan • Yeoju • Yeongcheon • Yeongju • Yeosu Administrative city • Pyeongtaek • Jeju City • Uijeongbu • Paju • Gumi • Siheung • Gimpo • Jinju • Gwangmyeong • Wonju • Gwangju • Yangsan • Asan • Iksan • Yeosu • Gunpo • Chuncheon • Suncheon • Gunsan • Gyeongju • Gyeongsan • Geoje • Sejong City • Mokpo • Gangneung • Hanam • Icheon • Osan • Yangju Coordinates: 36°01′56″N 129°21′54″E  /  36.03222°N 129.36500°E  / 36.03222; 129.36500 Hidden categories: • Pages with non-numeric formatnum arguments • CS1 uses Korean-language script (ko) • Webarchive template wayback links • CS1 Korean-language sources (ko) • CS1 Japanese-language sources (ja) • CS1 Turkish-language sources (tr) • CS1 Russian-language sources (ru) • Articles with short description • Short description is different from Wikidata • Articles containing Korean-language text • Pages using infobox settlement with no coordinates • Articles needing cleanup from February 2019 • All pages needing cleanup • Articles with sections that need to be turned into prose from February 2019 • All articles with unsourced statements • Articles with unsourced statements from July 2020 • Commons category link is on Wikidata • Coordinates on Wikidata • Articles with MusicBrainz area identifiers • Articles with NARA identifiers • العربية • Asturianu • Bân-lâm-gú • Català • Cebuano • Čeština • Deutsch • Ελληνικά • Español • Esperanto • فارسی • Français • pohang steeler • Հայերեն • Bahasa Indonesia • Italiano • Lietuvių • Lombard • Bahasa Melayu • Монгол • Nederlands • 日本語 • Nordfriisk • Norsk bokmål • Polski • Português • Qaraqalpaqsha • Русский • Scots • Simple English • Suomi • Svenska • Tagalog • Татарча/tatarça pohang steeler ไทย • Türkçe • Українська • اردو • Tiếng Việt • Winaray • 粵語 • 中文 Edit links • This page was last edited on 6 May 2022, at 13:47 (UTC).

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