Jangseong coal mine
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The Jangseong Coal Mine (장성광업소) is an operating underground coal mine in Gangwon Province, South Korea.
The map below shows the location of the mine, in Jangseong-dong, Taebaek City (Taebaek-si), Gangwon Province (Gangwon-do), South Korea.
The Jangseong coal mine is an underground anthracite coal mine. It is operated by Korea Coal Corporation, the state-owned South Korean coal-mining company. It produced 270,000 tons of coal in 2018.
Nine miners were killed in an accident at the Jangseong mine in February 2012.
- Owner: Korea Coal Corporation
- Parent Company: Government of South Korea
- Location: Jangseong-dong, Taebaek City (Taebaek-si), Gangwon Province (Gangwon-do), South Korea
- GPS Coordinates: 37.1057986, 129.0051772 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Production: 0.27 MT (2018)
- Total Reserves: 154 MT
- Recoverable Reserves: 25 MT
- Coal type: Anthracite
- Mine Type: Underground
- Start Year: 1936
- Workforce: 523
- Source of Financing: