|Last Updated:||April 1, 2003|
|Other Name:||화진리 미사일 기지, Hwajilli Missile Test Site, Hwajilli SAM Base, Hwajin-ri SAM Base|
|Location:||Hwajin-ri (화진리), P'yŏngwŏn-kun (평원군), South P'yŏng'an Province (평안남도), North Korea [Note: some South Korean references use an alternative Chinese character (花進里) for this location; however, the pronunciation is the same].|
|Subordinate To:||Air Defense Command Center (공군사령부) and/or First Air Division (제1공군사단), Korean People's Air Force (조선인민군공군), Ministry of the People's Armed Forces (인민무력성), National Defense Commission (국방위원회); or Unidentified coastal defense missile regiment, Korean People|
Hwajin-ri was used as a missile test facility prior to the completion of the Musudan-ri in the mid-1980s. There is little information about this facility, but there are reports that it is currently a SAM base or a surface-to-ship missile base.
 Ch'oe Wŏn Ki, "[Ch'ojŏm] Musudan Missile Kiji Ŏddŏn Kos'in'ga?" Joongang Ilbo, 14 January 2000, www.joins.com.
 Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr., "North Korea's Musudan-ri Launch Facility," Center for Defense and International Security Studies, 1999, www.cdiss.org.