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International & Domestic Exchange

Starting from Hwaseong City on June 1996, Bucheon City has established a sisterhood affiliation with domestic cities including Jindo-gun, Muju-gun, Okcheon-gum, Bonghwa-gun, Gangneung City, and Gongju-city.

DomesticGangneung City Haseong City Bongha-gun Gongju City Okcheon-Gun Jindo-Gun Muju-gun

Domestic Sisterhood Affiliation Status

Domestic Sisterhood Affiliation Status
Name of Local Government Area (㎢) No. of Households Population (People) No. of Public Servants (People) Sisterhood Establishment Date Head of Local Government
MayorㆍGovernor vice-head Chairperson
Hwaseong-si Gyeonggi-do 689 220,640 582,436 1,624 Sep.3, 1996 Che In-seok Kim Jin-heung Kim Gyeong-oh
Bonghwa-gun Gyeongbuk 1,201 16,324 33,814 579 Jan.16, 1997 Park Noh-wook Lee Woo-seok Guem Sang-gyun
Jindo-gun Jeongnam 440 15,864 32,474 535 May, 21, 1997 Lee Dong-jin Lim Jeong-hwan Park Ju-hyeon
Muju-gun Jeonbuk 632 11,789 25,214 473 Jun.25, 1997 Hong Nak-pyo Jeon Yong-joon Kim Jun-Hwan
Okcheon-gun Chungbuk 537 23,002 52,666 609 Oct. 22, 2002 Kim Yeong-man Park Jae-ik Park Chan-woong
Gangneung-city Gangwon-do 1,040 93,503 214,852 1,283 Jul.6, 2004 Choi Myeong-hee Ahn Gye-young Kim Yeong-gi
Gongju-si Chungnam 940 48,583 111,734 998 Feb.25, 2010 Lee Jun-won Kim Gap-yeon Go Gwang-cheol