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13, 35.0540, 123.5370
Tsuyenji sur
Tsuyenji sur.png
 • Total84.4 km2
 • Census (2016)400 000
 • Density3 851/km2
Metro1 line

Tsuyenji (tsujendʑi) is Kojo's easternmost city, situated in Cheryuman-iki. It is most famous as a vibrant yet exquisite holiday destination; many Kojolese and other wealthy nationals have holiday homes along the coast around or in the city.



Administration and demographics

Tsuyenji has one of the clearest wealth divides of all Kojolese cities. While most eastern suburbs are dominated by middle class and upper class residents, many western parts of the city struggle with comparatively high rates of crime, low income and weak social fabric. This divide can be traced back in the city's history; the palace from the xxth century was built outside of the then city centre in the east, which caused most nobility and rich merchants to build their country side residences in that direction as well. Furthermore, while sandy beaches with pine trees along the shore stretch along the eastern coast, the western parts of the coast lost their sand due to wind and waves, and industrial buildings were built next to the shre line. The high-class tourist industry and big holiday residences of the affluent therefore always concentrated in the eastern parts as well. The second wave of planned city expansion (outside of today's Kūtokkyaen-Pang) also mirrored this understanding; Lyazókala-Pang was built as a noble residence quarter for wealthy tourists in the 19th century, while the westerly Nafahang-Pang was devised as a working class and industrial quarter right from the beginning. In more modern times, this development was even intensified by the fact that most commercial and industrial areas, most notably the harbour, were designated to the west of the city centre. While protecting the allure of the more affluent eastern parts played a role in that, the better transport infrastructure towards the rest of the country was another incentive for manufacturing business to settle in the west, subsequently encouraging working class developments to take place in that area s well. The slow but steady decline of manufacturing after increasing global competition hence mostly affected these western neighbourhoods the most.

List of Dengshōs in Tsuyenji

Name of Dengshō & Number English translation area population pop. density Notes
Dosyaeng (1) Inner City 10.6 km² 132,290 12,500 inh./km²
Dyongkala (2) East Beach 12.6 km² 48,710 3,870 inh./km²
Chin-Maéida (3) New nicefield 18.6 km² 57,340 3,080 inh./km²
Chaélnūchala (4) Ray Beach 41.2 km² 165,530 4,020 inh./km²

List of Pangs in Dengshō 1 - Dosyaeng

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

List of Pangs in Dengshō 2 - Dyongkala

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

List of Pangs in Dengshō 3 - Chin-Maéida

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

List of Pangs in Dengshō 4 - Chaélnūchala

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


A map showing tram routes, the Metro line and regional railways in Tsuyenji

IC and CC

Number Stops Headway Rolling Stock Notes
IC 2 Ataraxie-Ville, Marbella, Ántibes, Finkyáse, Zúkshi (Fóskiman h.), Womenlū, Hetta, Jaka Kayaran, Ojufyeng, Arákkanai, (Ekkisom - Almun Alchakkya IC), Kwaengdō ZC, Kwaengdō Shaddóti 1 h (3+4S) -/-
Zúkshi (Cheryuman h.), Tsuyenji 1 h
IC 4 Pyingshum KDC, Formajiá, Īme Abuchezi, Wenzū, Yoyomi, (Ekkisom - Almun Alchakkya IC), Kwaengdō ZC, (Kwaengdō Shaddóti) 1 h (3+3) -/-
IC 4 E Pyingshum KDC, Yoyomi, Kwaengdō ZC, Zúkshi (Cheryuman h.), Tsuyenji 1 h (4S+4) -/-
Kwaengdō Shaddóti 1 h (4S+4) -/-
CC 52 Jaka Kayaran, Ojufyeng, Arákkanai, Yoyomi, Kari, Toefyei, Tsuyenji 1 h (1N+1N) Single traction YYM-TSU

CC 52 runs bi-hourly between Toefyei and Tsuyenji, alternating with the KCP on that relation. On this section, regional train fares apply.





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