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The History of Jinju

The Samhan(The Three Hans : Mahan, Jinhan, Byeonhan) Era
  • Around BC 2C / A part of Byeonhan / "Gosunsiguk"
The Gaya Era
  • AD 42 / "Goryeong Gaya"
The Three Kingdoms Era
  • "Geoyeolseong (Fortress)"
The United Silla Era
  • 663 (3rd year of King Munmu's reign) / "Geoyeolju"
  • 685 (5th year of King Sinmun's reign) / Renamed "Cheongju"
  • 757 (16th year of King Gyeongdeok's reign) / Renamed "Gangju"
The Goryeo Era
  • 940 (23rd year of King Taejo's reign) / Renamed "Jinju"
  • 983 (2nd year of King Seongjong's reign) / "Jinju - mok (one of the 12 districts)"
The Joseon Era
  • 1392 (1st year of King Taejo's reign) / "Jinyang Daedoho - bu"
  • 1402 (2nd year of King Taejong's reign) / "Jinju - mok"
  • 1895 (32nd year of King Gojong's reign) / "Jinju - gun, Jinju - bu"
  • 1896 (1st year of Geonyang) / "Jinju - gun, Gyeongsangnam - do (location of the provincial government)
The Japanese Colonial Era
  • 1910~1914 / "Jinju - myeon, Jinju - gun"
  • 1925 / Moved to "Busan - bu, Gyeongsangnam - do"
  • 1931 / Promoted to "Jinju - eup, Jinju - gun"
  • 1939 / "Jinju - eup" renamed "Jinju - bu" and "Jinju - gun" became "Jinyang - gun"
Since the Establishment of the Republic of Korea (August 15, 1948)
  • 1949 / "Jinju - bu" promoted to "Jinju - si"
  • Jan. 1, 1995 / Jinju City established (Act No. 4774, announced on Aug. 3, 1994)