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Han river[edit]

It is a streach to say that Gimpo looks across the Han river into north Korea, as the downstream Han river is entirely within South Korea.

Gimpo is bordered by Incheon on the south, the Han River on the East and North, and the sea on the West. It's city limits extend to cover then entire part of the peninsula it is located on. Within these limits is Aegibong Peak.[1][2] Hence, it would be of no stretch to say one can peer across the Han River into North Korea. Liberum.philologus (talk) 10:20, 3 April 2008 (UTC)