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The Sincheon is a stream flowing through eastern Daegu, South Korea.

The name "Sincheon" means "new stream." This name refers to its being constructed as part of a flood containment project ordered by King Injo in 1778.

In the course of its run, the Sincheon passes through every district of Daegu except one: beginning in Dalseong-gun, it passes between Suseong-gu and Nam-gu and Jung-gu, then flowing through a brief section of Dong-gu and entering Buk-gu, where it reaches its end.

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