Definition of Pyongyang in English:

Pyongyang

Syllabification: Pyong·yang
Pronunciation: /ˈpyəNGˈyäNG, -ˈyaNG, ˈpyäNG-
 
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The capital of North Korea; population 3,255,400 (est. 2008). The oldest city on the Korean peninsula, it was first mentioned in records in 108 bc. It developed as an industrial city during the years of Japanese occupation 1910–45.

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Pronunciation: kənˈspikyo͞oəs
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standing out so as to be clearly visible