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    Changjin (Chosin Reservoir) South Hamgyŏng Province DPRK (North Korea)
The Changjin Reservoir is formed by Lake Changjin and the Changjin River. In Korean, know as "Changjin". The Japanese pronunciation (used by Americans during the Korean War) was "Chosin".

Battle of Chosin Reservoir
During the Korean War, the Chosin area was the site of an important battle between American forces versus Chinese Army between November 26, 1950 to December 13, 1950.

Located to the west of Chosin Reservoir.

Sinhung-ni (Toktong Pass)
Located to the northwest of Toktong Pass.

Located off the east of Chosin Reservoir. Connected by road to Hagaru-ri to the south. Located to the north is the P'ungnyuri River.

Located off the southern tip of the Chosin Reservoir. Connected by road to Sinhung-ni to the west, Hudong-ni to the northeast and Hell Fire Valley and Kot'o-ri to the south.

Kot'o-ri (Koto-Ri)
Located to the south of the Chosin Reservoir. Connected to by road to the north is Hell Fire Valley and Hagaru-ri.

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Last Updated
October 23, 2019


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