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State of Kuggyong
FlagCoat of arms
"Cum magna exspectatione"
With expectations great
Largest cityBreedon
Official languagesGohangukian, Ingerish
Ethnic GroupsWhite (60%), Gohangukian (35%)
GovernmentParliamentary republic
 • Prime MinisterHo Song-Min
LegislatureParliament of Kuggyong
 • Upper houseSenate
 • Lower houseHouse of Commons
 • Total4159.06 km2
1605.82 sq mi
 • Estimate (2015)1,746,375
 • TotalTBD
 • Per capitaTBD
GDP (nominal)2015
 • Total$96,612,957,750
 • Per capita$55,322
HDI (2015)0.915
very high
CurrencyKuggyong Taler (KYt)
Drives on theright
Internet TLD.ky

Kuggyong (Gohangukian: 국경, Guggyeong), formally the State of Kuggyong (국경의 국가, Guggyeong-ui gugga) is a sovereign state located in the southeastern region of Uletha. It shares borders with Orinoco to the east, and with (TBC) to the south and the west.


Kuggyong is an Ingerish translation of the Gohangukian term for borderland, Guggyeong, as it was situated at the traditional borderland between the Orinocans to the east and the Gohangukians to the west.


Pre-colonial era

  • Gohangukians arrive from neighboring Eurell
  • maybe native Orinocans resided there, idk

Colonial era

  • some Ingerish sod discovers it, decides to make a private colony without permission of King, founds Kingstown anyway
  • another sod goes to Aigar Province, creates Colony of Aigar
  • further exploration sees the first colony expand, is eventually divided into provinces
  • colony possibly renamed to Kuggyong
  • Aigar colony meanwhile focuses on enslaving natives and putting them to work to harvest cotton or, idk, maybe a less cliched plant
  • Aigar becomes independent as a Republic
  • tensions between Aigar and Kuggyong grow, culminate in border dispute over the movement of the Pipalun River, border was ruled in favor of Kuggyong's claim in the 1850s
  • slavery officially abolished in Kuggyong in 1858 (though there were only less than 20 slaves that year), Aigar attempts to maintain slavery as Aigar begins to industrialize
  • in 1888, Edwin Lale of Kuggyong establishes Laleton, discovers coal, and results in a 10-year territorial dispute over the present-day Hangmuji Province
  • Odell was established by Aigarian miners in 1890, and recognized by Aigar's government as being part of Aigar, claimed by Kuggyong as part of the Hangmuji region
  • Hangmuji Province created in 1892 by Kuggyong, extended claim to the "foothills of the Pugul Mountains" in present-day Aigar Province
  • arbitration in 1898 causes Hangmuji to be integrated into Kuggyong, Kuggyong offers proceeds of the revenues if Aigar agreed to join Kuggyong as a province
  • negotiations began, some deadlock over slavery with Kuggyong wishing slavery be abolished, Aigar wanting to keep it
  • compromise achieved in 1901, with all existing "indentured servants" in Aigar to remain under that status under condition that they stayed in Aigar, but their offspring will not be indentured servants, but rather, deemed "yamanin," albeit still subject to provincial laws unlike the rest of Kuggyong
  • Aigar given some concessions regarding other affairs, namely control over natural resources in Aigar


  • union in 1903 between Aigar and colony of Kuggyong, given self-governing powers by Ingerland
  • elections elect first Prime Minister Leonard Evans



large mountain range in the south, coastal plains in the north highest mountain was long thought to be Mount Bohannon, but turns out to be Mount Daft

Administrative divisions

Kuggyong comprises of seven provinces (Gohangukian: 지방, jibang). Each of these provinces are entrusted with the affairs of (TBC).

Province Name Postal Abbrev. Provincial Capital Area (km2) Population
Aigar Province AG Moffett 842.5 158,748
Hablyu Province HL Hablyu 458.7 30,652
Hangmuji Province HM Laleton 434.5 85,215
Illsley Province IS Imber 1002.0 225,586
Kyunhosu Province KH Chonguk 137.6 320,590
Myungcheg Province MC Kingstown 456.5 302,620
Whitland Province WL Breedon 822.8 622,964