Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, Korea

Overview of Namwon

OOverview of Namwon
Location Central location for inland transportation in the southwestern Korea
Population 85,505
Area 752.26㎢
Administrative Departments 2 bureaus, 25 offices, 2 agencies, 3 eup offices
City Council 16 council members
Features Developed cultural and transportation infrastructure Beautiful natural scenery, balanced agriculture and industry
Date of Sister City Agreement March 30, 1999
Reasons for Sister City Agreement Harmony between southwestern and southeastern regions in Korea and cultural and geographical similarities between the two cities Mutual cooperation between the two cities for mutual development and prosperity
Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, Korea photo

History of Exchange

  • Administrative Exchange: Sharing of administrative information and common administrative agenda
  • Cultural Exchange: Mutual visits to city festivals and exchange performances of private cultural and arts groups
  • Sports Exchange: Mutual exchange programs on sports
Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, Korea photo

Future Plans

  • Create base for exporting Miryang’s tourism products
  • Improvement of friendly exchanges between the two cities through mutual visits to local cultural and arts events
  • Enhance sports and youth exchange programs