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Old Stone Age - Joseon Dynasty

Old Stone Age - Joseon Dynasty
Around 100 A.D.
(Samhan Period)
Referred to as “Yeondalbugok”
475 (63rd year of the reign of Goguryeo’s King Jangsuwang) Referred to as “Busan-hyeon”
757 (16th year of the reign of Silla’s King Gyeongdeokwang) Referred to as “Jinwi-hyeon”
940 (23rd year of
Goryeo’s King Taejo)
Jinwi-hyeon was incorporated into Sujuim and was referred to as “Pyeongtaek-hyeon”

1910 ~ 1960

1910 ~ 1960
March 1, 1914 Pursuant to Bu (an administrative area) Enforcement Ordinance - Article 111, Pyeongtaek-gun in Chungcheongnam-do and part of Suwon-gun in Gyeonggi-do were incorporated into Jinwi-gun in Gyeonggi-do to re-establish an expanded Jinwi-gun.
April 1, 1914 Pursuant to Provincial Enforcement Ordinance No. 3, Jinwi-gun was divided into 11 myeon (Buk-myeon, Seotan-myeon, Songtan-myeon, Godeok-myeon, Byeongnam-myeon, Cheongbuk-myeon, Poseung-myeon, Hyeondeok-myeon, Oseong-myeon, Buyong-myeon, and Seo-myeon).
April 1, 1931 Pursuant to Provincial Enforcement Ordinance No. 7, Byeongnam-myeon in Jinwi-gun was reorganized into Pyeongtaek-myeon (currently, six districts in south Pyeongtaek).
April 1, 1934 Pursuant to Provincial Enforcement Ordinance No. 4, Buyong-myon and Seo-myeon in Jinwi-gun were reorganized into Paengseong-myeon (currently, Paengseong-eup).
Buk-myeon (Aug. 1948, renamed “Jinwi-myeon”) Songtan-myeon (7 districts in Sontan), Seotan-myeon, Godeok-myeon, Oseong-myeon, Cheongbuk-myeon, Poseung-myeon, and Hyeondeok-myeon
October 1, 1938 Pursuant to Bu Enforcement Ordinance No. 196 (proclaimed on Sep. 27, 1938), Jinwi-gun was renamed “Pyeongtaek-gun.”
Pursuant to Bu Enforcement Ordinance No. 197, Pyeongtaek-myeon in Pyeongtaek-gun was renamed “Pyeongtaek-eup.”
June 15, 1962 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 25 (proclaimed on June 15, 1962), the Sinjang liaison office of Sontan-myeon was established.
January 1, 1963 Pursuant to Act No. 1177 (proclaimed on Nov. 21, 1962), Sontan-myeon was promoted to Songtan-eup (2 eups and 8 myeons).

1970 ~ 1980

1970 ~ 1980
September 1, 1972 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 330 (proclaimed on Sep. 1, 1972), the liaison office of Pyeongtaek-gun was established.
May 1, 1979 Pursuant to Presidential Ordinance No. 9409 (proclaimed on Apr. 7, 1979), Paengseong-myeon was promoted to Paengseong-eup(3 eups and 7 myeons).
Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 615 (proclaimed on Apr. 28, 1979), Pyeongtaek-eup was reorganized into 4 divisions and 4 liaison offices.
February 10, 1980 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 647 (proclaimed on Feb. 11, 1980), the Anjeong liaison office of Pyeongtaek-gun was changed to the Anjeon liaison office of Paengseong-eup.
July 1, 1981 Pursuant to Act No. 3425 (proclaimed on Apr. 13, 1981), Songtan-eup was spun off and was promoted to a city.
February 15, 1983 Pursuant to Presidential Ordinance No. 11027 (proclaimed on Jan. 10, 1983), Yongi-ri, Jukbaek-ri, Cheongyong-ri, and Wolgok-ri in Wongok-ri in Anseong-gun as well as Sosa-ri in Gongdo-meyon were incorporated into Pyeongtaek-eup. Part of Jinmok-ri and part of Bongmyeong-ri in Namsa-myeon in Yongin-gun were also incorporated into Jinwi-myeon.
January 1, 1986 Pursuant to Act No. 3798 (proclaimed on Dec. 28, 1985), Pyeongtaek-eup in Pyeongtaek-gun was promoted to Pyeongtaek City (2 offices, 11 divisions, and 40 sections; 6 districts).
November 18, 1986 Pursuant to Songtan City Ordinance No. 398 (proclaimed on Nov. 13, 1986), Sontan City Hall was relocated from Jungang-dong to Seojeong-dong (#800).
January 1, 1987 Pursuant to Presidential Ordinance No. 2007 (proclaimed on Dec. 23, 1986), Goryeom-ri in Gam-myeon, Hwaseong-gun was incorporated into Cheongbuk-myeon in Pyeongtaek-gun, and part of Jeokbong-ri in Seotan-myeon, Pyeongtaek-gun was incorporated into Seojeong-dong in Songtan.
April 1, 1989 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 1220 (proclaimed on Mar. 1, 1989), the Anjung liaison office of Pyeongtaek-gun was promoted to Anjung-myeon (1 eup and 8 myeons).

1990 ~ 1999

1990 ~ 1999
April 19, 1992 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek County Ordinance No. 1419 (proclaimed on Mar. 26, 1992), the Seobu liaison office of Paengseong-eup was established.
June 25, 1992 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 443 (proclaimed on June 25, 1992), Seobu-dong was renamed “Wonpyeong-dong.”
November 26, 1992 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 454 (proclaimed on on Nov. 26, 1992), the City Hall was relocated (Pyeongtaek-dong 35ui 20beonji was changed to Bijeon-dong 846beonji).
April 20, 1995 Pursuant to Presidential Ordinance No. 14629 (proclaimed on Apr. 20, 1995), parts of Galgot-ri, Cheongho-ri, and Gohyeon-ri in Jinwi-myeon were incorporated into Daewon-dong in Osan (1,903 land plots: 1,971,227 ㎡).
May 10, 1995 Pursuant to Act No. 4948 (Act on the Establishment of Agricultural Combined Cities in Five Cities, Including Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do), Songtan, Pyeongtaek, and Pyeongtaek-gun were abolished and the agricultural combined-type city of Pyeongtaek was established.
April 19, 1996 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 197 (proclaimed on Apr. 19, 1996), Dongbu-dong was renamed “Songtan-dong.”
July 20, 1996 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 207 (proclaimed on July 20, 1996), the Beopjeong-dong borderline was changed so that part of Seojeong-dong would belong to Ichung-dong (7 land plots: 1,709 ㎡).
Part of Ichung-dong was changed so it would belong to Seojeong-dong (22 land plots: 16,569 ㎡).
April 26, 1997 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 253 (proclaimed on Apr. 26, 1997), Galgos-ri in Jinwi-myeon was renamed “Galgot-ri” in Jinwi-myeon.
Cheongyong-dong was renamed “Cheongryong-dong.”
July 22, 1998 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 346 (proclaimed on July 22, 1998), the following administrative districts were changed: parts of Pyeongtaek-dong and Tongbok-dong → Gunmu-dong (133 land plots: 100,544 ㎡); part of Gunmu-dong → Hapjeong-dong (364 land plots: 540,480 ㎡); parts of Gunmun-dong and Tongbok-dong → Paengseong-eup (149 land plots: 289,009 ㎡); part of Sosa-dong → Yucheon-dong (34 land plots: 18,371 ㎡); part of Yucheon-dong → Sosa-dong(17 land plots: 5,442 ㎡); and part of Godeok-myeon → Sindae-dong (31 land plots: 16,537 ㎡).
October 1, 1998 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 353 (proclaimed on Oct. 1, 1998), Songtan-dong and Dowon-dong → Songtan-dong.
January 18, 1999 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 370 (proclaimed on Jan. 18, 1999), the following administrative districts were changed: part of Bijeon-dong → Hapjeong-dong (19 land plots: 3,066 ㎡); part of Sosa-dong → Hapjeong-dong (11 land plots: 6,709 ㎡); and part of Yongi-dong → Hapjeong-dong (1 land plot: 415 ㎡).
March 10, 1999 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 386 (proclaimed on Mar. 1, 1999), the myeon borderline was changed as follows: Ingwang-ri in Hyeondeok-myeon → Hyeonhwa-ri in Anjung-myeon (2 land plots: 266 ㎡).

2000 ~

2000 ~
August 10, 2001 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek Ordinance No. 533 (proclaimed on Aug. 10, 2001), in the Bijeon 2-dong 59 tong district, Jinu Hambak Gongwon (A) Apartment was renamed “Sinsegye Town (A).”
August 1, 2002 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 573 (proclaimed on Aug. 1, 2002), the borderline between the ris was adjusted.
- Part of Wonjeong-r → Dogok-ri (28 land plots: 126,753 ㎡)
November 5, 2002 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 585 (proclaimed on Nov. 5, 2002), Anjung-myeon was promoted to Anjung-eup (2 eups, 7 myeons, and 9 dongs).
July 29, 2005 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 732 (proclaimed on July 29, 2005), the borderline between the dongs was adjusted.
- Part of Ichung-dong → Jangdang-dong (54 land plots: 71,564 ㎡)
December 29, 2006 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 814 (proclaimed on Dec. 29, 2006), Poseung-myeon was promoted to Poseung-eup (3 eups, 6 myeons, and 13 dongs).
April 15, 2010 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 988 (proclaimed on Apr. 15, 2010), the borderline between the following myeons was adjusted: part of Husa-ri in Cheongbuk-myeon → Yanggyo-ri in Oseong-myeon (109 land plots: 112,724 ㎡); and part of Tojin-ri in Cheongbuk-myeon → Yanggyo-ri in Oseong-myeon (7 land plots: 4,254 ㎡).
June 10, 2013 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 1135 (proclaimed on June 10, 2013), competent areas of tong, ri, and ban were adjusted (competent area of Bijeon 2-dong → Bijeon 1-dong, 95 land plots of 73,838 ㎡).
Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 1136호 (proclaimed on June 10, 2013), the borderline between the following dongs was adjusted: part of Bijeon-dong → Jukbaek-dong (111 land plots: 75,110 ㎡); part of Jukbaek-dong → Bijeon-dong (37 land plots: 28,560 ㎡); part of Segyo-dong → Dongsak-dong (28 land plots: 19,186 ㎡); part of Dongsak-dong → Bijeon-dong (2 land plots: 121 ㎡); and part of Tongbok-dong → Bijeon-dong (1 land plot: 94 ㎡).
July 30, 2015 Pursuant to Pyeongtaek City Ordinance No. 1267 (proclaimed on July 31, 2015), the borderline between the following ris was adjusted:
Pyeongtaek Port New Reclaimed Ground → Sinyeong-ri in Poseung-eup (16 land plots: 650,389.7 ㎡); Huigok-ri in Poseung-eup → Sinyeong-ri in Poseung-eup (25 land plots: 164,550.1 ㎡); Gung-ri in Godeok-myeon → Yeoyeom-ri in Godeok-myeon (22 land plots: 26,012.0 ㎡); Bangchuk-ri in Godeok-myeon → Yeoyeom-ri in Godeok-myeon (221 land plots: 260,741.0 ㎡); Mogok-dong → Yeoyeom-ri in Godeok-myeon (27 land plots: 6,062.0 ㎡); Jangdang-dong → Yeoyeom-ri in Godeok-myeon (865 land plots: 1,239,974.0 ㎡); Jije-dong → Yeoyeom-ri, Godeok-myeon (222 land plots: 374,495.0 ㎡); and Haechang-ri in Godeok-myeon → Dongcheong-ri in Godeok-myeon (15 land plots: 9,009.9 ㎡).