- Even during several years, these three Hyeons were repeatedly consolidated and divided: in 1396, for the first time, Hwasunhyeon was removed and the region consisted of only Neusunghyeon and Dongbokgammu (also ruled Hwasunhyeon and the region was divided; into Neungsunghyeon and Hwasungammu (also ruled Dongbok) in 1405; into Neungsunghyeon and Boksunhyeon (福順縣: Dongbok and Hwasun were condolidated) in 1407; Neungsunghyeon and Hwasunhyeon (also ruled Dongbok) in 1413; into Sunseonghyeon (順城縣. consolidated Hwasun and Neungsung) in 1416; into Neungsunghyeon, Hwasunhyeon and Dongbokhyeon in 1418 when consolidation of these three areas was impossible. In 1597 when the damage from Jeongyoujaeran (Japanese invasion) was too severe, the residents of Hwasunhyeon by themselves voluntarily consolidate the area into Neungsunghyeon and, only in 1611, Hwasunhyeon was restored. In memorizing that restoration, the residents planted a ginkgo tree in the location at current Hwasun-gun Office. In 1632, 10 years after from Injobanjeong (enthronement of a new king), Neungsunghyeon ranked up by one level for the reason that the region is hometown of the Empress Inheon who is the mother of King Injo. Thereafter, the Hwasun region continued to be divided into Neungjumok, Hwasunhyeon and Dongbokhyeon until the period of the Republic of Korea, while Dongbokhyeon was consolidated into Hwasunhyeon for a while because its official residence and picture of King were burnt by a fire in 1655. In May 1, 1895 when local administrative districts were reformed, that region was divided into Neungju-gun, Hwasun-gun and Dongbok-gun and, on Oct. 15, 1908, in Japanese occupation, that region was divided into Neungju-gun and Dongbok-gun by removing Hwasun-gun to be consolidated into Neungju-gun.