List of districts of Seoul
The Districts (Gu) of Seoul are the twenty-five gu ("districts"; 구; 區) comprising Seoul, South Korea. The gu vary greatly in area (from 10 to 47 km²) and population (from less than 140,000 to 63...
List of districts of Seoul - Wikipedia
Wards of Daegu
The primary administrative divisions of Daegu consist of seven gu, or districts, and a gun, or county.
Wards of Daegu - Wikipedia
Districts of Seoul
The Districts (Gu) of Seoul are the twenty-five gu ("districts"; 구; 區) comprising Seoul, South Korea. The gu vary greatly in area (from 10 to 47 km²) and population (from less than 140,000 to 63...
Districts of Seoul - Wikipedia
List of districts and county of Daegu
The primary administrative divisions of Daegu consist of seven gu, or districts, and a gun, or county.
List of districts and county of Daegu - Wikipedia
Seoul Metropolitan Government
Seoul Metropolitan Government is the administrative organization of Seoul. The mayor is elected to a four-year term by the Seoul citizens and is responsible for the administration of the city governme...
Seoul Metropolitan Government - Wikipedia
Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency
126°58′20″E / 37.574651°N 126.972209°E / 37.574651; 126.972209The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (SMPA; Hangul: Korean: 서울지방경찰청; ; Hanja: 서울地方警察廳) is the primary po...
Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency - Wikipedia
Mayor of Seoul
The Mayor of Seoul (Korean: 서울특별시장, hanja: 서울特別市長) is the chief executive for the metropolitan government of Seoul, the capital and largest city of South Korea. The position is historically one of th...
Mayor of Seoul - Wikipedia
One Less Nuclear Power Plant
One Less Nuclear Power Plant is the flagship energy policy launched in April 2012 by Seoul, the capital city of the Republic of Korea, in its broad effort to respond to climate change and energy crisi...
Capital of Korea
Korea has had a number of capitals. Korea is a peninsula in East Asia, currently the peninsula is divided into two countries: North Korea, capital Pyongyang, and South Korea, capital Seoul.
Results of South Korean metropolitan mayoral and gubernatorial elections, 2010
This article presents more detail of the results in the South Korean local election, 2010, breaking down results by metropolitan mayoral and gubernatorial elections.
Results of South Korean metropolitan mayoral and gubernatorial elections, 2010 - Wikipedia
South Korean local elections, 2010
The 5th local elections were held in South Korea on 2 June 2010. The voter turnout reached 54.4%, the highest in 15 years.
South Korean local elections, 2010 - Wikipedia
Seoul City Hall
126°58′40.16″E / 37.5664056°N 126.9778222°E / 37.5664056; 126.9778222Seoul City Hall is a governmental building for the Seoul Metropolitan Government in South Korea, in charge...
Seoul City Hall - Wikipedia
The Committee for the Five Northern Korean Provinces
The Committee for the Five Northern Korean Provinces (Hangul: 이북5도위원회; hanja: 以北五道委員會) is a South Korean government body under the Ministry of Security and Public Administration. Establish...
The Committee for the Five Northern Korean Provinces - Wikipedia