Nampho, the cultural port city, is located in the coast of the West Sea of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. It is the gateway to Pyongyang, the capital of the country, located about 42km away southwest of Pyongyang.
Hanggu and Waudo districts have been selected as ICM project site among five districts and one county (Chollima, Kangso, Taean, Hanggu and Waudo districts and Ryonggang County) of Nampho City.
The project site covers the area from Doji-dong, Hanggu District to West Sea Barrage area including Ryongnam-dong, Waudo District, Nampho City. The total length of the coastline is 127km, 55km of which is alongside the length of Taedong River.
The site borders Unchon and Unryul counties, South Hwanghae Province in the opposite side of Taedong River and the sea area. Outside of the West Sea Barrage, it borders Unryul County, South Hwanghae Province, and Onchon County, South Pyongan Province.