Municipal City
Korean transcription(s)
  Revised Romanization Yangsan-si
  McCune-Reischauer Yangsan-si

Emblem of Yangsan

Location in South Korea
Country  South Korea
Region Yeongnam
Administrative divisions 1 eup, 4 myeon, 7 dong
  Total 484.52 km2 (187.07 sq mi)
Population (March 31, 2014)
  Total 282,371
  Density 582.79/km2 (1,509.4/sq mi)
  Dialect Gyeongsang

Yangsan is a city in Gyeongsangnam-do Province, South Korea.

Administrative divisions

Currently, Yangsan is made up of 1 Eup (administrative division), 4 Myeon (administrative division), and 7 Dong.[1] There are plans, however, to create a new Ungsang-eup, which would include 4 dong.[2]

Name Hangul Hanja Subdivisions
Mulgeum-eup 물금읍 勿禁邑 4 ri
Dong-myeon 동면 東面 8 ri
Sangbuk-myeon 상북면 上北面 9 ri
Wondong-myeon 원동면 院東面 8 ri
Habuk-myeon 하북면 下北面 8 ri
Gangseo-dong 강서동 江西洞 3 dong
Deokgye-dong 덕계동 德溪洞 2 dong
Samseong-dong 삼성동 三城洞 4 dong
Seochang-dong 서창동 西倉洞 3 dong
Soju-dong 소주동 焼酒洞 3 dong
Jungang-dong 중앙동 中央洞 5 dong
Pyeongsan-dong 평산동 平山洞 1 dong


Yangsan is home to several attractions, including Tongdosa Temple, Yangsan Tower, and Yangsan Stadium.


Yangsan station (Busan Subway Line 2)


Yangsan has two stations on the Gyeongbu Line: Mulgeum Station (물금역) and Wondong Station (원동역). The nearest KTX stations are Ulsan Station in Ulsan and Gupo Station in Busan.


Busan Subway Line 2 serves the city, with four stations currently operating: Yangsan Station, Namyangsan Station, Busan National University Yangsan Campus Station and Hopo Station. Two additional stations are currently planned.


The city of Yangsan is served by a local bus system. In addition to serving the city itself, there are long-distance local buses to Busan, as well as inter-city lines connecting to Ulsan, Changwon, Gyeongju, and several other cities.


The Gyeongbu Expressway (#1) and the Jungang Expressway Branch Line (#551) run through the city of Yangsan.

In addition, National Route 35 bisects the city center.

Sister cities

See also


Coordinates: 35°20′N 129°02′E / 35.333°N 129.033°E / 35.333; 129.033

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