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History of the National Assembly building

  Location Sessions remarks
Constituent Assembly former City Hall
(Jongno-gu, Seoul)
1st (May 31, 1948~)
7th (Jun. 27, 1950~)
 
2nd NA Cultural Theater
(Daegu)
8th (Jul. 27, 1950~)
8th (~Aug. 17, 1950)
in the Korean War
Cultural Theater
(Busan)
8th (Sep. 1, 1950~)
8th (~Oct. 6, 1950)
Former City Hall
(Jongno-gu, Seoul)
8th (Oct. 7, 1950~)
8th (~Nov. 26, 1950)
Annex to Citizens’ Hall
(Jung-gu, Seoul)
9th ( Dec. 8, 1950~)
10th (~Jan. 3, 1951)
Busan Theater
(Busan)
10th (Jan. 4, 1951~)
11th (~Jun. 11, 1951)
Gyeongnam Provincial
Office-Mudeokjeon(Busan)
11th (Jun. 27, 1951~)
16th (~returning to the
capital in 1953)
Lower House building since
the 13th session
(in the Korean War)
Former City Hall
(Jongno-gu, Seoul)
16th (Sep. 21, 1953~)
18th (~May 30, 1954)
Lower House building
3rd-5th NA Annex to Citizens’ Hall
(Jung-gu, Seoul)
19th (Jun. 9, 1954~)
38th (~May 16, 1961)
Lower House building
5th NA Korea Information Service Building
(Jung-gu, Seoul)
36th (Aug. 8, 1960~)
37th (~Dec. 22, 1960)
 
former Navy Headquarters
(Jung-gu, Seoul)
37th (Dec. 23, 1960~)
38th (~May 16, 1961)
 
6th-9th NA Annex to Citizens’ Hall
(Jung-gu, Seoul)
39th (Dec. 1, 1963~)
93th (~Apr. 9, 1975)
 
9th- Present NA The National Assembly Building
(Yeouido, Seoul)
94th (Sep. 22, 1975~present) current building
(completed on Aug. 15, 1975)
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