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Introduction to Dalseong-gun

Nongong-eup

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  1. Introduction to Dalseong-gun
  2. Introduction to Dalseong-gun
  3. History of changes in and names of administrative units
  4. Nongong-eup
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Nongong-eup

Back in 1893, when the “gun” system was adopted, Nongong-eup was composed of Nojang-myeon (Seongju-gun) and Dolsan-myeon/Nongong-myeon (Hyeonpung-gun). With the reshuffle of administrative units in 1914, Nojang-myeon, Nongong-myeon, and Geolsan-myeon were merged into one and renamed Nongong-myeon, which came to have nine ris and 21 villages under its jurisdiction. Later, upon the formation of the Dalseong Industrial Complex, two natural villages in Bonri-ri were incorporated into the industrial complex. Now, Nongong-eup controls eight ris and 19 natural villages. Nongong-myeon was upgraded to eup status in September 1996.

Nongong-eup is located in the midwestern part of Dalseong-gun. Its total area and population are 43.84km2 and 21,191 people, respectively (as of April 2017). Nongong-Eup Office is located in Geumpo-ri. Its southeastern part spans the high slopes of Biseulsan Mountain and wide Haan Plains, which are major agriculture areas of the region. The Nongong Inland Industrial Complex, which houses over 120 businesses in an area of 4.63km2, lies in the valley of Yonghocheon Stream at the southernmost part of Nongong-eup. The Guma Expressway and 88 Olympic Expressway run through the southeastern and northwestern parts of Nongong-eup, respectively. The Gunsan-Daegu National Highway and Masan-Daegu National Highway cross each other in Wicheon. There are nine ris in Nongong-eup: Noi-ri, Geumpo-ri, Samri-ri, Wicheon-ri, Sang-ri, Ha-ri, Nam-ri, Buk-ri, and Bonri-ri.
  • Address : 1779, Biseul-ro, Nongong-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu
  • Nongong-eup’s administrative zones : Noi-ri (1-2), Geumpo-ri (1-3), Samri-ri (1-2), Wicheon-ri, Sang-ri, Ha-ri, Nam-ri (1-9), Buk (1-7), and Bonri-ri.