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Introduction to Dalseong-gun

Guji-myeon

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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. Guji-myeon
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Guji-myeon

During the Silla Period, the name of this area was Gujisan-bugok of Miryang-gun. By the time of the reign of Goryeo’s King Gongyang, it came to be incorporated into Hyeonpung-hyeon. During the Joseon Period, it was divided into Guji-myeon, Myodong-myeon, Sanjeon-myeon, and Oseol-myeon. In 1911, Guji-myeon was merged with Myodong-myeon, and Oseol-myeon was merged with Sanjeon-myeon. With the reshuffle of administrative units in 1914, Guji-myeon incorporated Osan-myeon. Guji-myeon is located in the southernmost part of Dalseong-gun. Its total area and population are 39.76km2 and 8,185 people, respectively (as of April 2017), and the Myeon Office is located in Chang-ri.

During the Silla Period, the name of this area was Gujisan-bugok of Miryang-gun. By the time of the reign of Goryeo’s King Gongyang, it came to be incorporated into Hyeonpung-hyeon. During the Joseon Period, it was divided into Guji-myeon, Myodong-myeon, Sanjeon-myeon, and Oseol-myeon. In 1911, Guji-myeon was merged with Myodong-myeon, and Oseol-myeon was merged with Sanjeon-myeon. With the reshuffle of administrative units in 1914, Guji-myeon incorporated Osan-myeon. Guji-myeon is located in the southernmost part of Dalseong-gun. Its total area and population are 39.76km2 and 8,185 people, respectively (as of April 2017), and the Myeon Office is located in Chang-ri.
  • Address : 38, Changni-ro 11-gil, Guji-myeon, Dalseong-gun, Daegu
  • Guji-myeon’s administrative zones :
    • Chang-ri (1-4), Eungam-ri (1-4), Gobong-ri, Gacheon-ri, Pyeongchon-ri (1-2), Yehyeon-ri, Yusan-ri, Mokdan-ri (1-2), Daeam-ri (1-2), Nae-ri (1-2), Hwasan-ri (1-2), Suri-ri (1-3), Jing-ri, Oseol-ri, and Dodong-ri (1-2)