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Annae-myeon was originally called Adongho-myeon in the 6th year of the reign of King Jijeung in the Shilla Empire (505).  Its name was changed to Anjeong-hyeon in the 6th year of the reign of King Gyeongdeok (757) as a part of Gwanseong-gun.  In the 9th year of the reign of King Hyeonjong of the Goryeo Dynasty (1018), it became a part of Gyeongsan-bu as Aneup-hyeon.  In the 13th year of the reign of King Taejong of the Joseon Dynasty (1413), it was finally named Annae-myeon because it is located inside the town of Aneup-hyeon and attached to Okcheon-gun.  

According to Yeojidoseo of 1739, Annae-myeon had seven Ri’s: Hyeon-ri, Daedong-ri, Jeonggok-ri, Wonoi-ri, Makji-ri, Gasan-ri, and Pail-ri.  According to Sinmyojangjeok of 1890, however, Banghamok-ri was added to the above seven Ri’s.  During the 1895 Local Reorganization, Annae-myeon was assigned to administer 13 Ri’s: Dongdae, Dogye, Dabyang, Yongchon, Wonoi, Eoyul, Hyeonri, Makji, Seodae, Banghamok, Yongho, Banggok, and Jeonggok.  In the 1914 Local Integration, However, parts of Chusin-ri of Suhan-myeon, Boeun-gun and parts of Noseong-ri Dong-myeon Hoiin-gun were integrated into 12 Ri’s, including Dongdae, Dogye, Dabyang, Yongchon, and Jeongbang.  On July 1, 1973, the local jurisdiction was reorganized again and assigned Yongho-ri and Makji-ri to Gunbuk-myeon, Jangrye-ri of Gunbuk-myeon to Annae-myeon, and Annam-myeon’s Odeok-ri and Inpo-ri to Annae-myeon, as they are assigned today. 

Hyeon-ri, which incorporates Shingreen Village, is called Hyeon-ri because the local office was located here from the Shilla Empire until the Goryeo Dynasty.  As a result of the 1914 Local Integration, Changchon, Shinchon, and Namsan were combined to create today’s Hyeon-ri.  Changchon is also called Changmal and Aneup Depo was located here.  Shincheon was called so because it was a relatively new village.  When Daecheon Dam collapsed, however, all the homes were flushed away except for the few on the high hills.  Naturally formed villages include Changma, Shinchon, and Tapsan.
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