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The GyeongGi Cultural Foundation (GGCF) is the first public cultural foundation established in Korea to promote the culture and art of GyeongGi-do. The GGCF has grown to be the largest organization specializing in culture and arts since the consolidation of the province museums in 2008. The foundation strives to reach out to its local residents by promoting various cultural projects that highlight the identity and originality of GyeongGi-do’s culture. Its expansive project and competitions attract the attention and high expectations from the art world in Korea. The GGCF also strives to enrich the culture life of GyeongGi-do residents through history and art.
2017 History
  • 20th anniversary of the GyeongGi Cultural Foundation
2016 History
  • Opening of the Gyeonggi Sangsang Campus
  • Inauguration of 6th president, Seol Won-ki
  • Transfer of management of Namhansanseong Fortress to the Gyeonggi-do Namhansanseong World Heritage Centre
  • 20th anniversary of the opening of Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
2015 History
  • Title change of “Namhansanseong Culture and Tourism Organization” to “Namhansanseong World Heritage Center”
  • Independent separation of Gyeonggi Studies Department of Gyeonggi Institute of Cultural Properties as the Center for Gyeonggi Studies
  • Opening of Northern Cultural Agency
2014 History
  • Registration of Namhansanseong Fortress as UNESCO World Heritage
  • Inauguration of 8th chairman, Hong Gi-heon
  • Inauguration of 5th president, Cho Chang-hee
2013 History
  • Launch of Gyeonggi Protection Agency of Cultural Properties
  • Enactment of Ordinance for Establishment and Operation of the GyeongGi Cultural Foundation
2012 History
  • Separation of Gyeonggi Creative School (moving to Gyeonggi-Do Provincial Institute for Lifelong Learning)
  • Inauguration of 4th president, Ohm Ki-yeong
  • Completion of restoration of temporary palace of Namhansanseong Fortress
2011 History
  • Opening of Jeongok Prehistory Museum
  • Separation of Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum (transferred to Korea Ceramic Foundation)
  • Opening of Gyeonggi Children’s Museum
2010 History
  • Namhansanseong Fortress on tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage
  • Inauguration of 7th chairman, Kim Moon-soo
  • Completion of Gyeonggi Children’s Museum
  • Completion of temporary palace of Namhansanseong Fortress
2009 History
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for Gyeonggi Children’s Museum
  • Foundation of Namhansanseong Culture and Tourism Organization
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for Jeongok Prehistory Museum
  • Opening of Gyeonggi Creative School
  • Opening of the Museum of Silhak
  • Opening of Gyeonggi Creation Center
2008 History
  • Merging of museums and art museums (Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Nam June Paik Art Center, and Joseon Royal Kiln Museum)
  • Completion of Nam June Paik Art Center
  • Opening of Research Support Center in Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum
  • Title change of Gijeon Institute of Cultural Properties → Gyeonggi Institute of Cultural Properties, Joseon Royal Kiln Museum → Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum
  • Opening of Nam June Paik Art Center
2007 History
  • Organizational restructuring (1 division, 6 teams / 1 center, 2 offices)
  • Inauguration of 3rd president, Gwon Yeong-bin
  • 10th anniversary of establishment of Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation
    Change of Foundation’s CI
  • Domain change of Foundation (ggcf.or.kr → ggcf.kr)
2006 History
  • Opening of Book Theme Park
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for Nam June Paik Art Center
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for the Museum of Silhak
  • Inauguration of 6th chairman, Kim Moon-soo
  • Inauguration of 2nd president, Lee Geung-hee
2005 History
  • Transfer of office building of Gijeon Institute of Cultural Properties
    (2-6, Jangan-dong, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do → 1116-1, Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si)
2004 History
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for Book Theme Park
  • Establishment of World Peace Festival Committee
2003 History
  • Installation of Northern Office of GyeongGi Cultural Foundation
  • Registration of domain for GyeongGi Cultural Foundation (ggcf.or.kr)
  • Change of Spelling of Foundation name: Kyonggi Cultural Foundation → GyeongGi Cultural Foundation
2002 History
  • Establishment of University of Gijeon Cultural Studies annexed to Kyonggi Cultural Foundation
  • Inauguration of 5th chairman, Son Hak-gyu
  • System reformation from secretary general to president-centered following change in articles of association
  • Inauguration of 1st president, Song Tae-ho
2001 History
  • Opening of Gyeonggi-do Cyber Library
  • Moving of office building of Kyonggi Cultural Foundation
    (2-6, Jangan-dong, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do → 1116-1, Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si)
  • Fundraising completed for 100 billion KRW
2000 History
    • Inauguration of 3rd chairman, Baek Seong-un
    • Inauguration of 4th chairman, Im Chang-ryeol
    • Title change of Gijeon Institute of Buried Cultural Properties → Gijeon Institute of Cultural Properties

  • Inauguration of 3rd secretary general, Hong Gi-heon
1999 History
  • Establishment of Gijeon Institute of Buried Cultural Properties annexed to Kyonggi Cultural Foundation
1998 History
  • Publication of first issue of quarterly Gyoenggi Culture and Art (Gijeon Culture and Art)
  • Inauguration of 2nd chairman, Gwon Ho-jang; inauguration of 2nd secretary general, Yang In-seok
  • Building of webpage of Kyonggi Cultural Foundation, initiation of information network of art and culture
1997 History
  • Incorporation of the Foundation
  • Inauguration of 1st chairman, Im Su-bok; inauguration of 1st secretary general, Jang Seok-in
  • Establishment of Kyonggi Cultural Foundation
1996 History
  • Declaration of enactment of the Ordinance for Establishment of the Kyonggi Cultural Foundation