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File:South Korea Population Density.png


English: Estimated population density in South Korea in 2010 and most populous urban areas.
Projection : WGS 84.
Date 14 February 2013
Source Own work
Raster data : AsiaPop project, 2010 census data.
Coastline and cities locations : Openstreetmap.
Author Adbar


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