No-Ju Kim. 2000. Prosodic Phrasing in North Kyungsang Korean. Studies in Modern Grammar 22, 173-197. Defining prosodic phrases (P-phrases), which differ from syntactic phrases, is critical to conduct phrase-level phonology because there is no one-to-one correspondence between syntactic phrases and prosodic ones. Several different, approaches have been made to explain the mapping process of syntactic phrases into prosodic phrases. All the previous studies have one thing in common in that a P-phrase is argued to be formed by referring to syntactic structure only. These theories are tenable for the data from North Kyungsang Korean (NK Korean) only when the length of a complement NP is less than or equal to two words. However, all the theories do not work when the length of the complement NP is longer than two words. To solve this problem, this paper argues that for prosodic phrasing, phonological weight as well as syntactic properties needs to be considered.