High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yeongdeungpo-gu is an
administrative district in southwest Seoul, Korea. Although the
origin of the name is uncertain, the first two syllables are
thought to be from "yeongdeung" or "divine ascent," a shamanic
rite. The third syllable is "po," representing water, referring to
the district's position on the Han River. The 2006 population was
408,819. The current magistrate is Kim Hyung-Su. There are 22
administrative "dong" and 34 legal "dong." Yeouido Dong is the
largest in area and takes about 34% of the land. The total area is
24.56 km (2004), making up 4% of Seoul's land. The annual budget is
approximately 2 billion won. Yeongdeungpo Gu has been heavily
developed as an office, commercial, and residential district.
Yeouido Dong is home to the famous DLI 63 Building, the highest
office building in South Korea and currently the 3rd tallest
building in the country.
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