|• Revised Romanization||Jeong dong|
|• McCune–Reischauer||Chŏng tong|
It is an historical area with Deoksu Palace from the Joseon Dynasty and some of Korea’s first modern schools and churches. It also home to contemporary museums, galleries and theaters along tree-lined streets and cobblestone alleyways.
Schools located in Jeong-dong:
- Yewon School
- Changdeok Girls' Middle School
- Ewha Girls' High School
- "정동 (Jeong-dong 貞洞)" (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2005-01-18. Retrieved 2008-05-09.
- Cho Jae-eun; Chang Hae-won; Junghee Lee (6 July 2011). "Past and present share space in Jeong-dong". Joongang Daily. Retrieved 27 January 2013.
- Michael Gibb; Susan Yoon (4 February 2008). "Seoul’s historic foreign quarter". Joongang Daily. Retrieved 1 December 2012.
- "Chronicle of Beopjeong-dong and Haengjeong-dong" (in Korean). Guro-gu Official website.
- "Mapo Information". The chart of Beopjeong-dong assigned by Haengjeong-dong (행정동별 관할 법정동 일람표) (in Korean). Mapo-gu Official website. Archived from the original on 2007-11-05.
- Jung-gu Official site in English
- (in Korean) Jung-gu Official site[permanent dead link]
- (in Korean) Jung-gu Tour Guide from the Official site
- (in Korean) Status quo of Jung-gu
- (in Korean) Resident offices and maps of Jung-gu
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