Introduction to Saha

Vision Saha, Wellcome to Saha-gu Office

History

History of saha-gu
Chronology Detail
The Chosun Dynasty Period Dongnae-gun, Gyeongsang-do (Dongnaehyon, Dongnaebu)
Oct. 1, 1910 Saha-myeon, Busan-bu (Local Government Organization: Japanese Colonial Government Decree No. 7)
Apr. 1, 1936 Incorporation of Amnam-ri, Saha-myeon into Busan-bu (Japanese Colonial Government Decree No. 8)
Oct. 1, 1942 Incorporation into Busan-bu and Establishment of the Saha Branch Office (Japanese Colonial Government Decree No. 242)
Sept. 1, 1951 Renaming as Saha Substation, West Branch Office, Busan City (Old System Execution)
Jan. 1, 1957 Renaming as Saha Substation, West Branch Office, Busan City (Old System Execution)
Jan. 1, 1963 Promotion of Busan City to a City under Direct Government Control
Jan. 1, 1966 Division of Goejeong 1-dong into Goejeong 1-dong and Goejeong 3-dong
Oct. 1, 1975 Promotion to the branch office under the direct control of Busan City
Aug. 8, 1979 Division of Goejeong 1-dong into Goejeong 1-dong and Goejeong 4-dong
Oct. 1, 1983 Division of Jangnim-dong into Jangnim 1-dong and Jangnim 2-dong
Dec. 15, 1983 Promotion to Saha-gu (Presidential Decree No. 11248 promulgated on Oct 8, 1983)
Partial Control of 13 dongs under the control of Saha Branch Office and of Daejeo 2-dong, Buk-gu (Eulsukdo Island, Irung Island)
May 1, 1988 Enforcement of the Self-Governing Gu-System
May 15, 1991 Opening of Saha-gu’s first Gu council
Sept. 1, 1992 Division of Hadan-dong into Hadan 1-dong and Hadan 2-dong
Division of Sinpyeong-dong into Sinpyeong 1-dong and Sinpyeong 2-dong
Division of Dadae-dong into Dadae 1-dong and Dadae 2-dong
Jul. 1, 1995 Inauguration of the first Gu Mayor, elected by popular vote
Jul. 31, 1999 Functional transfer of Dangni-dong and Gupyeong-dong to the Residents’ Autonomy Centers
Dec. 21, 2000 Functional Transfer of Goejeong 1-dong, Goejeong 4-dong, Hadan 1-dong, 2-dong, Sinpyeong 1-dong, Jangnim 2-dong and Dadae 2-dong to the Residents’ Autonomy Centers
Apr. 12, 2001 Functional Transfer of Goejeong 2-dong, Goejeong 3-dong, Sinpyeong 2-dong, Jangnim 1-dong, Dadae 1-dong, Gamcheon 1-dong, 2-dong to the Residents’ Autonomy Centers
Jul. 1, 2002 Inauguration of the third Gu Mayor, elected by popular vote
Jul. 12, 2002 Opening of Saha-gu’s fourth Gu council (16 members)
Jul. 1, 2006 Inauguration of the fourth Gu Mayor, elected by popular vote
Jul. 5, 2006 Opening of Saha-gu’s fifth Gu council (15 members)
Jul. 1, 2010 Inauguration of the fifth Gu Mayor, elected by popular vote
Jul. 7, 2010 Opening of Saha-gu’s sixth Gu council (15 members)
Jul. 1, 2014 Inauguration of the sixth Gu Mayor, elected by popular vote
Jul. 7, 2014 Opening of Saha-gu’s seventh Gu council (15 members)