from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southwest South Korea on Korea Strait north-northeast of Pusan. It is an industrial center. Population: 1,050,000.

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  • proper n. a large city in South Korea.


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  • No match was contested in Ulsan's Munsu Football Stadium between - Notes: Germany relieved, refs second-guessed

  • Today, the best remaining stands occur in protected areas (called Natural Monuments in Korea) such as Ulsan, Hampyeong, and Naejang-san.

    Southern Korea evergreen forests

  • It's the choice between employing thousands of skilled American workers from Indiana, Michigan, and South Carolina, or employing workers from Shanghai and Ulsan, South Korea.

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  • The company's Ulsan shipyard had said that through May of this year it received orders to build drill ships, container carriers and LNG floating storage regasification units valued at $7.27 billion, or 97% of its target for the year.

    Hyundai Heavy Sees Rise in Ship Orders

  • At the 2009 World Championships in Ulsan, South Korea, the home squad won gold and silver medals in both the men's and women's outdoor recurve discipline, the format used at the Olympic Games, and Korean archers currently hold every available world record in men's and women's individual and team events.

    South Koreans Still Unbowed

  • The production lines at the company's Ulsan plant in the country's southeast make engines for Hyundai's Porter truck and Starex SUV, as well as the Santa Fe and Tucson ix SUVs, a company spokesman said.

    Parts Shortage Stops Two Hyundai Engine Lines

  • Yonhap/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Car engines idling on a Hyundai assembly line in Ulsan Tuesday The Hyundai Motor Group, which comprises Hyundai and Kia, may suffer a production loss of 50,000 autos if supplies from Yoosung are halted for the rest of the month, a person familiar with the matter said Monday.

    Parts Shortage Stops Two Hyundai Engine Lines

  • Hyundai has nine engine plants and five vehicle-production plants at Ulsan.

    Parts Shortage Stops Two Hyundai Engine Lines

  • For example, SK Global Chemical is mulling setting up a 1-million-ton-a-year paraxylene plant in Ulsan, possibly in a partnership with a Japanese company, Kim Kyoung-bae, head of corporate planning offices for SK Global Chemical, said during an investor relations session.

    SK Innovation Profit More Than Doubles on Exports

  • Auto sector plays led gains after Hyundai Motor said operations at its Ulsan plant have been normalized after a strike at key parts supplier Yoosung Enterprise ended late Tuesday.

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