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Introduction : The beautiful town of Gaya's culture,history,and tradition - Goryeong


Seongsan-Myeon

Seongsan-myeon(星山面)

Seongsan-Myeon

As one of 8 myeon in Goseong-gun, it was Ili-hyeon(一利縣) in Silla but it was changed to Seongsan-gun(星山郡) during the 35th of King Gyeongdeog and then to Gai-hyeon(加利縣) during the early Goryeo dynasty and then affiliated as Seongju-mok(星州牧) during the 8th King Hyeonjong and then became Gahyeon-myeon in the middle of Joseon and controlled 13 dongri; Mugye(茂溪), Yulli(栗利), Bakgok(朴谷), Daeheung(大興), Sinchon(新村), Yangdong(陽動), Yongso(龍沼), Wolsan(月山), Sangyong(上龍), Daeyong(大龍), Gangjeong(江亭), and Hyeonggok(兄谷). It was incorporated into Goryeong-gun on the 10th year of Gwangmu by King Gojong, which was 1906 and then during the rearranging the gunmyeon in 1941, it merged 3 dongri out of 11 dongri from Soya-myeon(所也面), Seongju-gun; Gijok(期足), Deukgok(得谷), Gogok(高谷), Bonggok(鳳谷), Samdae(三大), Banjang(班庄), Deoksan(德山), Ugok(牛谷), Jindu(津頭), and Yonggok(龍谷); and 3 dongri from Dojang-myeon(道長面) such as Gisan(箕山), Jigyeong(只境), and Gijok(旗足) and 4 dongri from Gueum-myeon(九音面), Goryeong-gun, such as Sabu(沙鳧), Doyeong(道嶺), Punggok(風谷), and Sinchon(新村). I twas named Seongsan-myeon after Seongsan-gun(星山郡) during Silla and controlled 14 dong; Gijok, Deukseong, Eogok, Gotan, Samdae, Ogok, Mugye, Bakgok, Daeheung, Yongso, Sangryong, Gangjeong, Sabu, and Gisan. There’s Nongong-myeon, Dalseong-gun across the Nakdong-gang on the east, Gaejin-myeon on the south, Unsu-myeon and Goryeong-eup on the north and some of Dasan-myeon and Yongam-myeon, Seongju-gun on the north. It was chanrged from dong to ri on May 1, 1988 until now.

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Last Modified
December 11, 2009
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