漢城

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对象类型 (Freebase): Topic 地方 城市/城填/村庄 行政区划 South Korean special city 旧地点 统计区 Olympic host city Base Equivalent Location Ontology Instance 文学主题 影片拍摄地点 获奖者 Bibs Location 旅行目的地 South Korean capital metropolitan city Administrative Area Newspaper circulation area

Names:

  • Greek:

    Σεούλ

  • Esperanto:

    Seulo

  • English:

    Seoul

  • Chinese:

    漢城

  • Vietnamese:

    Seoul

  • Catalan:

    Seül

  • Italian:

    Seul

  • Arabic:

    سول

  • Czech:

    Soul

  • Indonesian:

    Seoul

  • Spanish:

    Seúl

  • Russian:

    Сеул

  • Dutch:

    Seoel

  • Portuguese:

    Seul

  • Norwegian:

    Seoul

  • Turkish:

    Seul

  • Latvian:

    Seula

  • Lithuanian:

    Seulas

  • Thai:

    โซล

  • Romanian:

    Seul

  • Polish:

    Seul

  • French:

    Séoul

  • Bulgarian:

    Сеул

  • Malay:

    Seoul

  • Croatian:

    Seul

  • German:

    Seoul

  • Hungarian:

    Szöul

  • Persian:

    سئول

  • Hindi:

    सियोल

  • Finnish:

    Soul

  • Danish:

    Seoul

  • Japanese:

    ソウル特別市

  • Hebrew:

    סיאול

  • Serbian:

    Сеул

  • Korean:

    서울특별시

  • Swedish:

    Seoul

  • Chinese (traditional):

    首爾

  • Slovak:

    Soul

  • Ukrainian:

    Сеул

  • Slovenian:

    Seul

Seoul (Korean pronunciation: [sʌ.ul] ( listen), English /soʊl/, "Capital City", from ancient Sillan "Seorabeol"), officially the Seoul Special City, is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea. A megacity with a population of more than 10 million, it is the largest city proper in the OECD developed world. The Seoul National Capital Area, which includes the surrounding Incheon metropolis and Gyeonggi province, is the world's second largest metropolitan area with more than 25 million inhabitants. Nearly one of every four South Koreans lives in Seoul; half of South Koreans live in the metropolitan area, as well as 275,000 international residents. Situated on the Han River, Seoul has been a city of national importance for more than 2,000 years. It was founded in 18 BCE when Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, established its capital in what is now southeast Seoul. It continued as the capital of Korea under the Joseon Dynasty and the Korean Empire. The Seoul National...

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Regions and subregions

大韩民国 37
    漢城 18
        Gu: Seongbuk 11
        Gu: Jongro 4
        Gu: Jung 1
        Gu: Gwanak 1
        Gu: Yongsan 1
    京畿道 16
        Si: Pyeongtaek 11
        Si: Hwaseong 3
        Gun: Yangpyeong 1
        Gun: Gapyeong 1
    Gwangyeoksi: Incheon 2
        Gu: Jung 2
    Do: Chungcheongnam-do 1
        Si: Cheonan 1

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