History of Geumjeong
History of Geumjeong
- Subordinated to Byeonhan in the Samhan period, Silla in the period of the Three States, and Yeongdongdo (Gyeongsangjudo) in the Goryeo period, respectively
- Incorporated into Dongnaejin (→Dongnae-hyeon and Dongnae-bu) and Buk-myeon, Dongnae-gun in the Joseon Dynasty period
- Since the Establishment of the Republic of Korea
|2,000 years ago||Referred to as Jangsanguk (or Geochilsanguk).|
|757||Referred to as Dongnae-gun in the 16thyear of King Gyeongdeok of Silla.
|1021||Renamed Dongnae-hyeon in the 12thyear of King Hyeonjong of Goryeo.
|1393||Referred to as Dongnaejin in the 2ndyear of King Taejo of Joseon.|
|1547||Referred to as Dongnae-bu (Dohobu) in the 2ndyear of King Myeongjong of Joseon.|
|1914||Referred to as Dongnae-gun (divided into Dongnae-gun and Busan-bu)|
|1942||Incorporated into Busan-bu; installed the Dongnae branch office.|
|1963||Elevated to jikhalsi,“directly-administered city" (included 6 dongs of Buk-myeon, Dongnae-gun).
Installed the Bukmyeon branch offices in Seon-dong, Dugu-dong, Nopo-dong, Cheongnyong-dong, and Guseo-dong.
|1975||Elevated to Dongnae-gu (Act No. 407); abolished the Bukmyeon branch offices, which were incorporated into Jikhal-dong.|
|January 1st, 1988||Separated Geumjeong-gu from Dongnae-gu pursuant to the Presidential Decree No. 12367, which was promulgated on December 31st, 1987.
(Seo 1, 2, 3, and 4-dong, Geumsa-dong, Oryun-dong, Bugok 1, 2, and 3-dong, Jangjeon 1, 2, and 3-dong, Seon-dong, Dugu-dong, Nopo-dong, Cheongnyong-dong, Namsan-dong, Guseo 1 and 2-dong, Geumseong-dong in Dongnae-gu).
|April 15th, 1991||Opened the Inaugural(1st) Geumjeong-gu Council.|
|September 1st, 1992||Separated Bugok 4-dong from Bugok 1-dong pursuant to the Geumjeong-gu Ordinance No. 273 of Busan Jikhalsi.|
|July 1995||Held an inauguration for the 1st Mayor elected by popular vote.|
|November 1st, 1998||Incorporated Oryun-dong into Bugok 3-dong. Integrated Seon-dong and Dugu-dong into Seondugu-dong; Nopo-dong and Cheongnyong-dong into Cheongnyongnopo-dong.|
|July 1st, 2006||Inaugurated the 4th popularly-elected Gu Office.|
|January 1st, 2009||Integrated Seo 3- and 4-dong into Seo 3-dong.|
|January 1st, 2020||Integrated Jangjeon 2- and 3-dong into Jangjeon 2-dong.|