About KNSU

History

  • 1988~1994
    • Mar. 1, 1988Established Dept. of Community Sports.
    • Dec. 2, 1988PhD Jeong Dong-Gu took office as the fourth president.
    • Nov. 8, 1990Established Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Graduate Program for Dept. of Community Sports)
    • Mar. 1, 1992Established Dept. of Sports and Leisure Studies (evening program).
    • Dec. 2, 1992PhD Song Suk-Yeong took office as the fifth president.
    • Mar. 1, 1993The college's name was changed to the Korean National University of Physical Education under Presidential Decree No. 13854.
    • Sept. 3, 1993Established Dept. of Physical Education (evening program)
    • Mar. 1, 1994Established Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Graduate Program of Dept. of Health Management)
  • 1995~1997
    • Mar. 1, 1995Established Dept. of Health Management (evening program) and Dept. of Safety Management (evening program).
    • Jan. 27, 1995PhD Song Suk-Yeong took office as the first university president.
    • Mar. 1, 1996Established Dept. of Dance (evening program) under MOE decree of 12110-2338 (Oct. 4, ‘95) for 20 students (Total Capacity of 2,000) Raised the No. of students to 24 for Graduate Program and PhD Program (Total Capacity of 120 and 54) under MOE Decree 81413-2407 (Oct. 18, ‘95) Raised the No. of students to 20 for Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Total Capacity of 145)
    • Dec. 2, 1996PhD Lee Sang-Cheol took office as the second university president.
    • Mar. 1, 1997Expanded the student capacity to 30 for Dept. of Dance (evening program) and 10 for Dept. of Safety Management and Established Dept. of Taekwondo (evening program) with 50 students (Total Capacity of 2,360) under MOE Decree 12110-378 (Oct. 4, ‘96).
    • Mar. 1, 1997Expanded Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies with new depts. (Dept. of Safety Management and Dept. of Sports Media) under MOE Decree of 81423-408 (Oct. 4, ‘96) and increased freshman capacity by 15 (Total Admission Capacity of 73)

During the second 10 years, dreams begin to turn to reality!It's a decade of outstanding performances at international competitions such as the Olympics and Asian Games.