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Land-use planning systems in the OECD : Country fact sheets

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Title Land-use planning systems in the OECD
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Country fact sheets

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OECD

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[Paris, France] : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Date 2017-05
Pages 4
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
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Abstract

Korea has 3 levels of government. Below the national government, there are 17 regional governments out of which 9 have the status of province, 6 of metropolitan cities and 2 with special status (Sejong self-governing city and Seoul capital city). Metropolitan cities combine the functions of regional and local government. At the local level, there are 228 local authorities that have the status of city, county or district. These local authorities are further sub-divided into around 3 500 administrative units.