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Administrative divisions of Kojo

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An overview over the administrative structure of the Republic of Kojo.

This article aims to give a comprehensive overview over all administrative subdivisions of The Republic of Kojo.

Types of divisions

adm. level description number political autonomy
Kojo 2 The country 1 most
Iki 4 Regions 13 none, prefect executes orders from central government, Hibus and Surs coordinate their work
Sur 6 cities > 100.000 inh. XXX local elections for mayor and city council
Hibu 6 districts XXX local elections for Hibu-mayor and Hibu-council
Dengshō 8 boroughs, intermediate subdivision of some large Surs XXX none, some in Pyingshum and Finkyáse
Pang (urban) 9 neighbourhood in a Sur XXX none
Pang (free) 9 town in a Hibu XXX shares least amount of duties with Hibu
Pang (rural) 9 small town in a Hibu XXX shares some duties with Hibu
Pang (dependent) 9 small villages in Hibu XXX have their administrative work taken over by a larger Pang in the same Hibu
Jūwaéi 10 varying by Pang either small city quarter, small neighbourhood or single village. Used as basic unit in surveying or elections XXX none


The 13 regions of Kojo are called Ikis. Ikis are used to subdivide the national government's services such as police, regional planning or conservatism into more effective local units. However Ikis themselves don't hold any sovereign power, there are no regional elections and a prefect is appointed by the national government, just as other nationally allocated administrative personnel and funds. At the same time, the Surs and Hibus coordinate their work on the Iki-level, for example by voluntarily delegating some of their functions to regional institutions commonly controlled by the municipalities, or by advancing their interest to the national government with a unified voice. Ikis form an important link between the national government on one side and local cities and district on the other side. On the Iki level, the two meet and need to strike a balance in areas of (narrowly defined) shared competencies.

The "city state" is both an Iki and a Sur at the same time. The -iki suffix is spelled with a lower case "i".

Sur and Hibu

Sur translates to "city". Every municipality that is larger than 100,000 inhabitants for 3 consecutive years automatically attains this status. The remaining areas of an Iki are organised in Hibus ("district"). While a Sur is just one single city, a Hibu integrates all other settlements from tiny villages to towns of up to 99,999 inhabitants. In a Sur, citizens elect a city council as well as a mayor. The Sur is responsible for all matters that municipalities are entrusted with under the Kojolese constitution. On the other hand, in rural areas citizens elect both a local council and mayor for their municipality (Pang), as well as a Hibu-council and Hibu-chief. Depending on the capability of the municipality, some duties are performed and controlled on the Hibu-level, and the others are dealt with in the local communities. Generally, Surs and Hibus (and in the latter case to some degree the constituent municipalities) are the only administrative subdivisions in Kojo with a constitutionally granted degree of sovereignty and therefore hold local elections.

Both Surs and Hibus are divided into Pangs, however these subdivisions are alike only by name, and not by form or function. The -sur and the -hibu suffix are spelled with a lower case.


Dengshōs are used to divide larger Surs. These Dengshōs (roughly equivalent to "borough") are then subdivided into neighbourhoods, the Pangs.

In Pyingshum and Finkyáse, the Dengshōs serve as "cities inside the cities", with their own locally elected borough-boards, which in turn elect a borough-mayor, and an independent budget. They have some competencies in the area of road construction, amenities, ordinances, building permits etc. In other cities with Dengshōs, such borough-boards are either advisory bodies nominated by the city council based on the local election results of the last municipal election, or do not exist at all.

The -Dengshō suffix is spelled with a upper case "D".


The word Pang describes a number of different types of territories:

  • Urban Pangs are neighbourhoods of Surs. They don't have local elections or hold any sovereignty, but are frequently used to allocate city services, for local identification or as the lowest subdivision for political parties, other clubs etc.
  • Free Pangs ("towns") are municipalities inside of a Hibu which are large enough to take on every duty that does not imperatively need to be dealt with on Hibu-level. For example, public transportation by law has to be organised by the Hibus (and in fact in most regions the Hibus in turn even delegate that to a shared regional service), while the construction and maintenance of otherwise Hibu-level roads can and has to be taken on by Free Pangs. Like all other Pangs that are part of a hibu, even if it might contain more than one continuous area of settlement, it acts as one municipality with different settlements being regarded as "neighbourhoods". Its citizens elect a town council and a mayor.
  • Rural Pangs are the most common type of municipality in Kojo. These usually are villages or small towns that are responsible for most municipal functions, however some (such as secondary schooling) are delegated to the Hibu-level. Like Free Pangs, they have local elections for a town council and a mayor.
  • Dependent Pangs are on the other side of the spectrum: they are usually so sparsely populated that they voluntarily delegate all their administrative functions to another, larger Pang nearby. They only elect a mayor who acts as a spokesperson of the Pang's interest. They are free to redeem their duties from the entrusted Pang, but then need to come up with the respective financial means to fund that independent administration.

The -Pang suffix is spelled with an upper case "P".


A "Jūwaéi" either encompasses a small city quarter or block in an urban Pang, or a neighbourhood or small village in a free, dependent or rural Pang. Jūwaéis are the smallest contiguous units for forming electoral districts or other official boundaries. They also pose as the smallest statistical unit in official publicised data and are the basis for land surveying.

Jūwaéis are identified by a unique number in each municipality. In small villages, this could mean a plot of land is identified as "Jūwaéi 164" with parcels being subdivided by adding additional numbers after a dash. In larger municipalities or after territorial reforms, numbering systems can be more complex. Jūwaéis are not mapped or mentioned in the listing below.


Name, (c.o. etc.)
Street name, Number, (add. info)
Pang (when urban or free Pang) OR Jūwaéi (when rural or dependent Pang)
city or township (Sur/Hibu), 4 digit postal code

List of administrative divisions in Kojo




Zúkshi (Cheryuman h.)-sur








Degyáhin-Kibaku Yuwantsūm-Shikime-iki







2,435,600 inhabitants, 380.4 km², 6,400 inh./km²

Name of Dengshō & Number English translation area (incl. water) population pop. density Notes Rel. ID
Dosyaeng (1) Inner City 34.5 km² 642,600 18,600 inh./km² 209892
Salmara (2) 46.6 km² 448,900 9,600 inh./km² 219435
Ruyol (3) 35.0 km² 126,200 3,600 inh./km² 216819
Zūkyao (4) Zu-bridge 50.7 km² 938,600 18,500 inh./km² 248085
Bloéman-Mihóljaen (5) Blue coast-unknown 107.7 km² 430,200 4,000 inh./km² 241284
Zonttael (6) 66.6 km² 241,500 3,600 inh./km² 262855
Omgyu-Nēé (7) artificial name from Ōmda and Omsul, + unknown 30.4 km² 250,200 8,200 inh./km² 254009

Pangs in Dengshō 1 - Dosyaeng

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Bodekael 4.0 km² 51,300 12,800 inh./km² 5.2 210092
Doelrang 1.6 km² 37,900 23,700 inh./km² 7.2 210093
Hikárem 1.9 km² 7,800 4,100 inh./km² Resort and party beach 7.0 209891
Hinman-Yingda 2.9 km² 53,100 18,300 inh./km² 8.4 209893
Joféyam 2.0 km² 44,400 22,200 inh./km² 8.9 210095
Jontye 2.4 km² 14,000 5,800 inh./km² 7.9 217565
Kaerí-Kōto Unkown-grande street 2.0 km² 55,400 27,700 inh./km² 8.4 218241
Lingzacchol-Kaēzi 2.5 km² 77,500 31,000 inh./km² 7.6 218242
Oecchasul Oeccha-town 2.3 km² 85,100 37,000 inh./km² 6.0 210096
Ōnagara 2.4 km² 88,300 36,800 inh./km² Contains main university campus 8.2 210094
Óram'uel 0.9 km² 8,000 8,900 inh./km² 4.9 218243
Prémuē afterwall 1.5 km² 36,600 24,400 inh./km² 8.0 209895
Roejjain 1.8 km² 8,300 4,600 inh./km² Old town 6.6 218244
Sólaeiman 2.4 km² 5,500 2,300 inh./km² 9.3 209890
Thurn et Sasó 3.9 km² 69,400 17,800 inh./km² 9.0 209894

Pangs in Dengshō 2 - Salmara

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Alkózul 4.3 km² 105,800 24,600 inh./km² 5.0 217949
Alta 5.0 km² 24,000 4,800 inh./km² 4.6 221544
Boecchi-Nogguel'yū 8.3 km² 58,700 7,100 inh./km² 5.2 227283
Gorjí 2.4 km² 21,600 9,000 inh./km² 3.8 220652
Kaijoettsul 7.3 km² 35,000 4,800 inh./km² 5.7 227284
Kenzaisul Garden City 6.0 km² 16,800 2,800 inh./km² 8.6 227285
Limbē Rόng'yeda west honour field 3.2 km² 50,900 15,900 inh./km² 4.0 217948
Offuel 2.2 km² 1,900 700 inh./km² 6.9 225280
Rόng'yeda Honour field 2.8 km² 44,200 15,800 inh./km² 3.3 220653
Salmara 5.2 km² 90,000 17,300 inh./km² 6.9 217950

Pangs in Dengshō 3 - Ruyol

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Chin Aengda 5.0 km² 17,200 3,400 inh./km² 5.4 216821
Doreé 4.6 km² 32,700 7,100 inh./km² 3.2 216820
Jaeikol de 2.5 km² 16,800 6,700 inh./km² 7.1 216822
Kai Bolson 7.4 km² 8,600 1,150 inh./km² 6.2 216823
Kyímamuel 4.8 km² 18,700 3,900 inh./km² 8.5 216824
Lēnakkol 4.7 km² 16,900 3,600 inh./km² 8.4 216826
Ruyol 2.3 km² 15,300 6,650 inh./km² 6.4 216825

Pangs in Dengshō 4 - Zūkyao

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Alfaradō 4.5 km² 149,900 33,300 inh./km² 6.6 231646
Betotsuē 2.5 km² 82,000 32,800 inh./km² 6.1 246762
Biccho-Kainda 1.0 km² 20,800 20,800 inh./km² 5.0 231648
Doelnda-Kíhi-Pang 4.1 km² 87,700 21,400 inh./km² 5.0 246761
Haji 7.2 km² 109,400 15,200 inh./km² 6.2 231647
Lamtyamankoel blessing coast hamlet 3.3 km² 29,400 8,900 inh./km² 6.9 210099
Orang'yētuel 3.8 km² 103,400 27,200 inh./km² 5.4 246763
Palnain Brown Rock 3.8 km² 5,800 1,500 inh./km² 3.1 248084
Ryoelpan 4.6 km² 95,700 20,800 inh./km² 4.4. 218299
Súzu 8.2 km² 132,600 16,200 inh./km² 4.8 231645
Wokkwang 5.8 km² 81,800 14,100 inh./km² 4.4 232027
Zūkyao water bridge 2.2 km² 40,100 18,200 inh./km² 4.1 210100

Pangs in Dengshō 5 - Bloéman-Mihóljaen

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Bloéman Blue coast 4.3 km² 15,500 3,600 inh./km² 6.8 235750
Chae 5.5 km² 44,700 8,100 inh./km² 4.6 239456
Chin Mihóljaen-Pang 5.4 km² 25,000 4,600 inh./km² 4.3 241288
Dolda 4.7 km² 32,100 6,800 inh./km² 4.9 241286
Golnryemda 11.9 km² 41,500 3,500 inh./km² 2.1 237090
Limbē Bloéman West blue coast 9.6 km² 26,800 2,800 inh./km² 8.3 235748
Mihóljaen 6.8 km² 38,600 5,700 inh./km² 3.5 239457
Moldi 12.2 km² 37,400 3,100 inh./km² 6.7 237105
Moshwairā 2.5 km² 15,000 6,000 inh./km² 6.0 241285
Mōzelkyain 8.3 km² 75,500 9,100 inh./km² 4.0 238567
Otomi 11.2 km² 17,900 1,600 inh./km² 4.8 235749
Sīsol 14.1 km² 14,200 1,000 inh./km² 6.9 237091
Sōn-Ritátsu Kowe de Saint Ritatsu upon the Grave 11.5 km² 46,000 4,000 inh./km² 7.2 241287

Pangs in Dengshō 6 - Zonttael

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Bokaim Zólsoi 13.5 km² 28,500 2,100 inh./km² 7.7 262851
Ebonguel 4.9 km² 22,100 4,500 inh./km² 6.7 245943
Foettsol 7.8 km² 5,300 680 inh./km² 7.5 262852
Kaemni 9.0 km² 41,500 4,600 inh./km² 4.8 244452
Mékesul-Nāngli 10.6 km² 71,000 6,700 inh./km² 4.6 262853
Shaitán 15.3 km² 28,800 1,900 inh./km² 5.9 245946
Tekwan 5.4 km² 44,300 8,200 inh./km² 4.8 262854

Pangs in Dengshō 7 - Omgyu-Nēé

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Chin Madoka 4.4 km² 9,300 2,100 inh./km² 7.3 251992
Kenzuel Park village 3.1 km² 14,700 4,700 inh./km² 7.8 251877
Lauta 5.8 km² 71,200 12,200 inh./km² 6.0 254008
Nattegwo 4.4 km² 14,400 3,300 inh./km² 5.0 251876
Ōmda 6.8 km² 93,500 13,800 inh./km² 5.2 251879
Omsul 3.0 km² 36,000 12,000 inh./km² 5.9 251878
Yitíchin'gi 3.0 km² 11,100 3,700 inh./km² 6.6 251993



403,870 inhabitants, 86.6 km², 4,700 inh./km²

Name of Dengshō & Number English translation area (incl. water) population pop. density Notes Rel. ID
Dosyaeng (1) Inner City 11.1 km² 132,290 11,900 inh./km² 208032
Dyongkala (2) East Beach 13.2 km² 48,710 3,700 inh./km² 208040
Chin-Maéida (3) New nicefield 19.5 km² 57,340 2,900 inh./km² 208051
Chaélnūchala (4) Ray Beach 42.9 km² 165,530 3,900 inh./km² 208066

Pangs in Dengshō 1 - Dosyaeng

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Kūtokkyaen-Pang Old town 1.2 km² 15,000 12,500 inh./km² Old town, enclosed by inner ring road. X.X x
Limbē-Mátokkyaen West-front-city 1.6 km² 21,760 13,600 inh./km² X.X x
Soki Pine-tree 3.2 km² 45,440 14,200 inh./km² X.X x
Lyazókala azure beach 1.2 km² 10,320 8,600 inh./km² X.X x
Nafahang harbour 3.4 km² 39,770 11,800 inh./km² X.X x

Pangs in Dengshō 2 - Dyongkala

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Chatókenzai Château park 1.5 km² 7,800 5,200 inh./km² X.X x
Dyongkala East Beach 3.7 km² 15,940 4,308 inh./km² X.X x
Hoesshuel-Taisē 2.3 km² 5,100 2,217 inh./km² X.X x
Sōn-Mári Kapitol de St. Mary on the Capitol 2.3 km² 10,120 4,400 inh./km² X.X x
Tanéruka large-present 2.1 km² 8,450 4,024 inh./km² X.X x
Ūkwaem 0.7 km² 1,300 1,857 inh./km² X.X x

Pangs in Dengshō 3 - Chin-Maéida

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Chin-Maéida New nicefield 1.3 km² 11,180 8,600 inh./km² X.X x
Lezál 1.2 km² 9,360 7,800 inh./km² X.X x
Mokwaesung 5.9 km² 13,300 2,250 inh./km² X.X x
Pyin'guel-Tsūdan-Taraeppyol 10.1 km² 23,500 2,330 inh./km² X.X x

Pangs in Dengshō 4 - Chaélnūchala

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
Chaélnūchala 3.2 km² 14,720 4,600 inh./km² X.X x
Wīkangman 2.8 km² 19,500 6,960 inh./km² X.X x
Sōn-Ribichúkal 7.0 km² 25,200 3,600 inh./km² X.X x
Sōn-Míshaell 0.6 km² 9,700 16,200 inh./km² X.X x
Antída 3.6 km² 27,360 7,600 inh./km² X.X x
Yēbonhaim 1.5 km² 14,850 9,900 inh./km² X.X x
Ikkyamuel 3.4 km² 6,400 1,882 inh./km² X.X x
Kólize-Pambyol 4.2 km² 12,400 2,950 inh./km² X.X x
Gyánkala 2.0 km² 2,600 1,300 inh./km² X.X x
Attsuel 2.7 km² 2,700 1,000 inh./km² X.X x
Ginglyúhossen-Telma 4.4 km² 4,800 1,090 inh./km² X.X x
Makkusul 2.7 km² 18,900 7,000 inh./km² X.X x
Payuel 3.1 km² 6,400 2,065 inh./km² X.X x

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Name of Dengshō & Number English translation area population pop. density Notes
Dosyaeng (1) Inner City 108,3 km² 2,810,110 26,238 inh./km² City Centre, encircled by circular motorway
Kókōburyu (2) Garlicplace 216.4 km²
Sasu so Kyaeng (3) Sasu's hamlet 69.2 km²
Akuchaeki (4) Southforest 118.5 km²
Porāgu (5) Name of former city 128.7 km²
Mezoérushi (6) Lumerjack town 255.4 km²
Indásugwo-Manpyalsul (7) Industryworks-Manpyaltown 211.1 km²
Zaelkom (8) unkown 102.8 km²
Wakéyoel máre Man (9) "Man" in front of Wakéyoel 96.8 km²

Pangs in Dengshō 1 - Dosyaeng

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI Rel. ID
A'eru upstream 2.5 km² 64,000 25,600 8.7 21544
Agunas Name of a local Holiness 4.5 km² 84,600 18,800 9.1 11270
Bikkifuē Zoo km² 6.8 32189
Bunkyō Chilzu Signsmaking-teaching km² 8.8 11967
Byoengwe Hospital 2.7 km² 54,400 20,200 7.8 32190
Cheon'gyecchi Name of a person 3.4 km² 114,300 33,600 7.7 29735
Chinkágaldosim Newtown-inner city 1.9 km² 15,400 8,100 New CBD at Aku-Dyanchezi, developed in the 1970's-2000's. Mostly office towers, hotels and a few luxury apartments 9.7 23181
Chuzaéru Unknown 1.2 km² 41,900 34,900 6.5 21545
Dachiya-dasu Fountain 3.6 km² 7.2 32191
Daiamondoshi Diamond sparkle 2.8 km² 14,800 5,300 City expansion planned after the democratic revolution in 1834 to house government facilities. Characteristic symmetrical road layout and buildings in the Ozuman style. Most valuable residential property in the country, high-end offices and retail. 10.0 11271
Doíku Opposite 1.6 km² 27,900 17,400 Pre-industrial neighbourhood on the southern bank of the river. 8.6 20660
Fēmenlisur Iron warehouse km² Wealthy north, social housing along the highway 5.1 23182
Gaerié so-Pang Guerrier (Ataraxian; Warrior's Pang) 3.7 km² 99,20 26,800 Named after the Enkēle Gaerié so Saélbufo, the national memorial shrine for fallen soldiers. Contains highly pedestrianised areas with vivid street life. 7.8 32192
Gankakuchō Chancellor 2.1 km² 41,60 19,800 Seat of the new Chancellery since 1992. Seat of many government offices, NGOs and other cultural institutions. Modern architecture from the late 20th century in the south due to the great fire of 1984. 9.3 11968
Goengyuē In-between city 2.6 km² 73,700 28,100 Partly pre-industrial sprawl outside the old city wall, partly developed from 1850's onward between the old and the "new" city center. 8.3 11421
Gyu Seed km² Highly polarised between social housing near the highway and recently gentrified areas in walking distance to Chinkágaldosim-Pang and Aku-Dyanchezi. XX 30454
Hintajuemba Mountain outside of the city 3.0 km² 50,400 16,800 Built around and on a hill between the river and a disconnected former meander, offering scenic views. Mostly built up in the 1850's-1900's. 9.8 11614
Kami so Kuruchi Gods' quarter 3.3 km² 72,600 22,000 Constructed in the late 19th century, after Daiamondoshi-Pang was finished, in a similar style. 9.2 11422
Kissha Song Thrush km² Industrial and residential area from the 1870's onwards XX 18040
Kūtokkyaen Old City 2.1 km² 37,200 17,700 Oldest part of the city, tourism and bars, largely defined by the second city wall. Medieval and pre-industrial buildings preserved for most part. 8.0 11272
Kyáoling Bridge-place 2.6 km² 95,400 36,700 Second of the three big social housing projects in the inner city, 1970's. Developed in block-structures. 3.0 11969
Lamtyaichi blessing water 3.0 km² 111,600 37,200 7.8 25595
unknown 3.5 km² 65,500 18,700 Especially western part close to government quarters is a popular residential neighbourhood for diplomats and alike. 9.3 20725
Matsukān Daisy way 2.0 km² 82,400 41,200 Last of the three big social housing projects in inner city, 1980's 2.4 29428
Mómauel Mill village 1.8 km² 67,700 37,600 The area used to be a little cargo reloading site as the Sunmyuel canal leads into the river Kime. Today the harbour is used by tourist ships for river cruises. The former merchant offices are now background for a scenic shopping, strolling and nightlife area. 7.7 11970
Namgangshu Sparkle river bank 1.7 km² 60,900 35,800 Historic center used to be a separate town; iconic nightlife with restaurants, bars, clubs, shops and a wide river esplanade. 8.2 11971
Ōnagara University 2.5 km² 41,500 16,600 Seat of Ginjin university's main campus. About one half is occupied by university facilities and parkland. 9.7 11423
Onsen-tōjiru unknown 2.3 km² 99,100 43,100 Poorest neighbourhood in the inner city, experiencing both gentrification and loss of jobs since the 1980's after transformation of the airfield into a park. 1.4 32193
Pamyung Otter-King km² First of three big social housing projects in the inner city. Originally dominated by detached city-villas and perimeter block buildings, it was redeveloped in the 1950's and 60's. The old street grid and some heritage buildings remained, creating heavy contrasts between them and the new tower blocks. Most densely populated neighbourhood in Kojo. XX 11268
Risushel Name of an artist km² XX 23183
Rom'yusu Wheat packer 2.7 km² 87,200 32,300 Typical expansion around the beginning of 20th century. 8.1 25597
Róng'yeda Honour-Field 2.7 km² 102,100 37,800 Formerly industrial, edgy, working-class neighbourhood, popular amongst the creative Avantgarde in the 70's. Nowadays strongly gentrified. 6.9 11269
Sébastopól Name of an architect and city planner 2.7 km² 111,200 41,200 Sébastopol created the Yaeyaésā so Fórum, a highly praised social residential quarter, in the 1940's after the space was cleared from industrial usage. 6.6 20659
Senjahi Bird's Melody XX km² Transitional neighbourhood between the Ozuman-style Daiamondoshi and later more organic expansions, south of the presidential mansion. XX 18041
Shōjuē-Mayong Name of a person XX km² XX 25596
Songduchi-makkā unknown km² xX 32194
Wakawushi Squire km² XX 25321
Weso zekunde Six items km² Formerly industrial, still comparatively strong commercial usage. XX 32195
Wilsū-pan brew-village 3.5 km² 131,600 37,600 7.1 29736
Zaeyunsha-Okokoroshaē 2.6 km² 94,40 36,300 8.1 25457

Pangs in Dengshō 2 - Kókōburyu

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Aku-Haelsong 10.7 13,000 1,215
Byueshael 2.6 23,920 9,200
Daembol-Tenshi 5.4 29,160 5,400 4.3
Kaerguel 12.9 23,500 1,822
Láiden 7.0 35,700 5,100 6.2
Maéisul Beautiful City 3.1 39,060 12,600
Osujíl Favourite (village) 3.7 37,200 9,400

Pangs in Dengshō 3 - Sasu so Kyaeng

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Andyaésul-Dyong Andyae-city-east 1.5 16,800 3.8
Andyaésul-Limbē Andyae-city-west 3.4 19,250 5.4
Aéffem 2.3 21,850 9,500 5.9
Dokkyu 1.8 12,420 6,900 3.8
Dosō 3.1 29,450 9,500 4.7
Hosōdeng 2.1 15,750 7,500 6.6
Joengsha Flag maker 2.0 29,300 14,650 5.6
Kalji 2.6 18,460 7,100 5.3
Mádoka-Fil 4.6 79,810 17,350 6.4
Sasu so Kyaeng Name of a person's hamlet-ward 2.2 30,200 13,730 Centre for south-eastern Pyingshum 7.0
Suedalkaémburī 2.5 16,500 6,600 6.2

Pangs in Dengshō 4 - Akuchaeki

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI

Pangs in Dengshō 5 - Porāgu

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Higáldo Name of a person
Otten Turtel 12.8 42,000 3,300 7.8

Pangs in Dengshō 6 - Mezoérushi

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Tsūnaka 3.3 km² 102,600 31,100

Pangs in Dengshō 7 - Indásugwo-Manpyalsul

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Akkwa 5.5 87,400 15,890
Ényabboeng 8.5 131,100 15,420

Pangs in Dengshō 8 - Zaelkom

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI
Ēmsol 9.3 29,600 3,110
Késhgwo-Lazoen'guel 10.4 24,400 2,350

Pangs in Dengshō 9 - Wakéyoel máre Man

Name of Pang English translation area in km² population pop. density Notes GMNHI




















The GMNHI ("Gōzo ko Myingsamolno so Naelnimyue so Harefan nijúinde Índae"; "Index of the Ministry of Labour and Social Issues about Neighbourhoods") is an index on a numeric scale from 0.0 to 10.0. It is most frequently used to compare the socio-economic status of neighbourhoods or similar territorial subdivisions in Kojo. It was developed by the Kojolese Ministry of Labour and Social Issues and is calculated by the Agency for Statistics for every Pang and most Jūwaéis in the country based on municipal data records.

It takes into account:

  • accumulated wealth per adult, qualified by age
  • level of education, qualified by age
  • income per working-age adult
  • relative property and rent prices

Because the indicator does not take into account the variance of these figures inside an area, it should be used for sufficiently small areas that are more or less homogenous. For example, a neighbourhood consisting of one very affluent and one struggling half would appear to have a mediocre score overall, which could lead to a mischaracterisation of the area. The score is intended to enable planners and policy-makers to better address local needs. It is not suitable for macro-economical analysis or comparisons of cities or regions among each other. The GMNHI is generally seen as a good indicator with regards to the "feel" of a neighbourhood and is therefore commonly used on real estate websites and alike.

Score Verbal description
Example pictures
10.0 Pockets of urban fabric that are functionally inaccessible to anyone but the top .1%. Internationally renown, prestigious addresses which in themselves are a cliche and serve a role of social distinction. Exclusively inhabited by multi-millionairs - and to some extend their personal staff living in the cupboard under the stairs. Malibu (8306954421).jpg Avenue-Foch2.JPG
9.0 Bourgeois villa quarter or luxury developments. Nearly exclusively inhabited by business owners or very high-earning professionals. Addresses here render most politicians un-electable. Obernzell Wohngebiet.jpg Oriental Bay at sunset.jpg
8.0 Very desirable residential areas dominated by high-earning academics or urban heritage neighbourhoods frequented by wealthy tourists in their 60's who want to experience the "buzz of the city". GrunewaldHagenplatz2.JPG WilmersdorfLudwigkirchstraße.JPG
7.0 Well-off suburbs or sought-after, well connected urban neighbourhoods. Dominated by academic, knowledge-based workers with only small pockets of average earners. People living here think they are middle-class. Mehrfamilienhäuser René-Magritte-Promenade 7 bis 11, Stadtwaldviertel, Köln-Junkersdorf-6997.jpg Köln Sudermanstraße Allee.jpg
6.0 Dominated by the upper and middle middle-class providing skilled labour from academic and non-academic background. Wet dream of every old-school, uptight petit-bourgeois. 11-11 Baudenkmale Junkersdorf 37.JPG Nusselstraße 41 & 43, Pasing.jpg
5.0 Average middle-class neighbourhood with a mix of income groups such as tradesmen, teachers, mechanics, students or accountants. Could be used as a setting for a 1980's FSA sitcom. Lindenweiler1.jpg Simmering, Neubaugebiet Mautner-Markhof-Gründe 02.JPG
4.0 Dominated by lower and middle middle-class working in the service economy or other qualified jobs. Affordable, but not edgy enough to attract alternative art-galleries. Koeln-Humboldt-Gremberg Koloniehaueser.JPG Große Diesdorfer Straße 97-102.jpg
3.0 Mostly inhabited by people from the lower working class in low or non-qualified jobs, who are economically self-sustained yet unstable. Inhabitants cannot wait to be gentrified by incoming hipsters. San Fermín, Madrid, Madrid, Spain - panoramio - Ricardo Ricote Rodrí….jpg Dresden Hechtviertel Hechtstraße a.jpg
2.0 Neighbourhoods dominated by the working poor, with a considerable share of welfare-recipients. People from 7.0 think they would be robbed here. Harbker Straße Magdeburg.jpg Wohngebiet Fritz Heckert - Baugebiet II.jpg
1.0 Areas with severe socio-economic deficits, often times inducing a vicious cycle of social immobility for its inhabitants. In mass-media, such neighbourhoods' names are used synonymously with social problems. Growing up here can be used as a proof of "I worked my way from bottom to top" later in life - by the few who actually did make it. People from 7.0 would actually be robbed here. Lakeshore trailer park West Memphis AR 2014-03-28 007.jpg Montreuil 2.jpg
0.0 Derelict ghettos with inhabitants lacking self-generated income, basics skills such as reading and writing and any type of social capital. Barely applicable to regular settlements in the developed world. Rohingya displaced Muslims 06.jpg Aleppo old town 9865.jpg