Seoul is located inside Gyeonggi-doball, and so is major cities like Suwonball, or Yonginball.
Gyeonggi-doball sometimes want to anchluss Seoulball.
History[edit | edit source]
In 1018, Goryeoball decided to name "Gyeonggi" today's Gyeonggi-doball's clay.
Joseonball adopted the name Gyeonggido-ball until 1895. In 1895, for a short time, Joseonball dived up Gyeonggi-doball into 5 regions, including Hansungball, Incheonball, Gongjuball and more.
In October of 1910, Japanese Empireball unified the 5 regions and made today's Gyeonggi-doball.
After Japanese Empireball's surrender in World War 2, Korean Empireball was split into North Koreaball and South Koreaball. Because of this, Gyeonggi-doball was split.
Until today, Gyeonggi-doball grew and became one of the most stronk provinces of South Koreaball. The split part of Gyeonggi-doball became later part of Hwanghaebuk-doball
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