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Introduction of Seo-gu

The History of Seo-gu
2010~
  • Jul. 01, 2018:Seo Dae-Seok inaugurated as the 5th popularly elected mayor
  • Jul. 01, 2014:Im Woo-Jin inaugurated as the 5th popularly elected mayor
  • Oct. 01, 2011:Some areas of Dongrim-dong and Unam-dong in Buk-gu incorporated according to Presidential Decree No. 23080 (Dongcheon-dong newly established)
  • Oct. 27, 2010:Kim Jong-Sik inaugurated as the 5th popularly elected mayor
2000~
  • Jul. 01, 2006:Jeon Joo-Eon inaugurated as the 4th popularly elected mayor
  • Dec. 20, 2005:Sangmu Kumho Health Center opened
  • Jul. 04, 2005:Geumho-dong was divided into Kumho 1 and 2 dong (17 dongs)
  • Jul. 11, 2003:Renamed the literary and artistic facility management office to the cultural and sports facility management office
  • Feb. 17, 2003:Sangmu 1-dong was divided into Sangmu 1-dong and Chipyeong-dong, and Geumho Pungam-dong into Geumho-dong and Pungam-dong (16 dongs)
  • Jul. 01, 2002:Kim Jong-Sik inaugurated as the 3rd popularly elected mayor
  • Apr. 01, 2002:Established Literary and Arts Facility Management Office - Ordinance No. 623, Seo-gu, Gwangju
  • Aug. 06, 2001:Seochang-dong was divided into Seochang-dong and Geumho Pungam-dong (14 dongs)
1990~
  • Jan. 19, 1999:Yang1-dong and Yang2-dong were merged into Yang-dong (13 dongs)
  • Jul. 01, 1998:The 2nd popularly elected mayor Lee Jeong-Il inaugurated
  • Jul. 01, 1995:The first popularly elected mayor Lee Jeong-Il inaugurated
  • Apr. 20, 1995:Incorporated into Seochang-dong, Gwangsan-gu according to Presidential Decree No. 14629 (14 dongs)
  • Mar. 01, 1995:Separation of Nam-gu in accordance with Act No. 4802 on (13 dongs)
1980~
  • May 01, 1988:Promoted to autonomous district according to Presidential Decree No. 12444 (27 dongs)
  • Apr. 01, 1980:Change of jurisdiction due to the separation of Buk-gu (22 dongs)
1970~
  • Oct. 18, 1979:Moved from Im-dong, Buk-gu to the current office building in Nongseong-dong
  • Jul. 01, 1973:With the implementation of the Gu system, the Nambu, Seobu, and Jisan branch offices were integrated into Seo-gu (45 dongs).