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Jecheon is a city in North Chungcheong Province, South Korea. The city is a major railway junction or a transportation mecca, served by the Jungang, Chungbuk and Taebaek Lines. Jecheon has scenic surroundings and several tourist spots like the Uirimji Reservoir, Cheongpung Lake and Cheongpung Cultural Properties Complex. It is also the home of Semyung University.The city's name derives from the Korean words Je(堤), which means Dam, and cheon(川) which means River.LocationJecheon City is located in the northern part of North Chungcheong Province bordering Mungyeong City to the south, while Wonju City and Yeongwol-gun, which are located in Gangwon Province, are to the north. It is well known for its beautiful mountains and lake environments. Jecheon is well known as the "healing city". A wide variety of oriental medicine are available, attracting people all over Korea to visit the city.Sister cities Seocho-gu, Korea Spokane, Washington, United States Pasay City, Philippines Hualien, Taiwan (2012.09.14)
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