|Title||Results of the 2020 Census of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Rural Community)|
- As of December 1st, 2020, the number of villages was 37,563, rising by 2.1% from 2015.
- Villages with farm households totaled 35,555 (94.7% of the total villages). Villages with fishery households totaled 4,791 (12.8% of the
- In 2020, villages accessible to mass transportation accounted for 94.1% of the total villages, falling by 3.5%p from 2015.
- The majority of villages had a kindergarten, an elementary school, a middle school, a health care center, cooperatives and a police station
in the same administrative district of Eup or Myeon. In the meantime, the majority of villages had a high school, an academic institute, a
general hospital and a bank in other regions.
- As for facilities related to agriculture and forestry, villages with cooling storage facilities showed the highest percentage. As for facilities
related to fishery, villages with a fish tank showed the highest percentage.
- Villages with water supplies recorded 99.6% of the total villages. Villages with CCTVs for crime prevention recorded 76.3% of the total
- As for villages by type of agricultural management, paddy rice showed the highest percentage at 88.7%, which was followed by
vegetables and wild greens (70.2%). As for villages of marine fisheries, fishing fisheries showed the highest percentage at 90.0%. As for
villages of inland waters fisheries, aquaculture showed the highest percentage at 51.8%.
- One out of 5 villages operated a farming (or fishery) corporation, or a crop club. Separate collection was the main method to dispose
- 14.1% of villages participated in urban and rural exchange activities. 95.4% of villages participated in community activities.
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