|Last Updated:||March 1, 2003|
|Other Name:||평산군 미사일 기지, P'yŏngsan Cruise Missile Base, Pyongsan Missile Base|
|Location:||P'yŏngsan-kun (평산군), North Hwanghae Province (황해북도), North Korea|
|Subordinate To:||Missile Division (미사일 사단), Ministry of the People's Armed Forces (인민무력성), National Defense Commission (국방위원회)|
Eya Osamu, a Japanese journalist, quotes a North Korean defector named Ko Ch'ŏl Myŏng as having said there is a cruise missile base in P'yŏngsan-kun, North Hwanghae Province. However, Eya's report is unconfirmed, and South Korea's Ministry of Unification has no record of a North Korean defector named Ko Ch'ŏl Myŏng. Eya could have used a pseudonym for the defector, and it is possible that Eya's source confused this facility with the Scud missile base at T'ŏ'gol, Pyŏngsan-kun, North Hwanghae Province.
 Interview with South Korean Ministry of Unification official by Mari Sudo, research associate, Center for Nonproliferation Studies (via e-mail), 6 February 2002.
 Eya Osamu, Seimitsu: Sekaikikenchizu; Hanransuru Kitachosen (Tokyo: Tokuma Shoten, 1995), pp. 230-231.