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Jungbocheon Looking downstream in Suwon Korean name Hangul 중보천 Revised Romanization Jungbocheon McCune–Reischauer Chungboch'ǒn The Jungbocheon in South Korea is a tributary of the Hwanggujicheon, which in turn empties into the Yellow Sea at Asan Bay. Its source is Eupjang Reservoir, also known as Pajang Reservoir, near the North Suwon exit of the Yeongdong Expressway and at the bottom of the southwest slope of Gwanggyosan, on the border between Yongin and Suwon. It then flows south through the city of Suwon, being fed from the east by Ilwang Reservoir. It passes by Hwaseo Station and then forms Seoho, meaning West Lake. It then passes out of urban Suwon, still flowing south, till it joins the Hwanggujicheon. Looking upstream in Suwon See also Rivers of Asia Rivers of Korea Geography of South Korea List of Korea-related topics This South Korea location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e