11 Facts About Cheonan


Cheonan has been called "the core city of [the] nation" due to its location 83.

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Cheonan is connected to various freeways and railways including the National Highways 1 and 21, the Expressways 1-Gyeongbu and 25-Honam, and the city's Korail station serves the Gyeongbu Line and the Janghang Line, with services of the KTX.

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Cheonan is one of the furthest places from Seoul connected to the Seoul Subway Line 1.

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Cheonan has always been a major transportation hub of Korea because of its proximity to Seoul and its location near a gap in the eastern mountain range that allows passage through to the major southeast centers of Daegu and Busan.

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Cheonan was a relatively small town for much of the early half of the 20th century.

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Cheonan is growing as a gateway to Chungcheongnam-do and a city behind the Seoul metropolitan area, located 83.

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Climate of Cheonan is similar to that of neighboring Seoul, Suwon, or Daejeon, and is considered temperate Eastern margin with periods of monsoon.

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Cheonan is home to volleyball club Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers.

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Now Cheonan is called "Volleyball metropolitan city" because of their popularity.

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Cheonan is known for small walnut-shaped and flavored cakes, or hodugwaja, which are produced in the area.

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Cheonan is divided into 2 gu, and 16 administrative dong, 4 eup and 8 myeon.

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