Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part IX - Summary


According to the recent census provided by Statistics Korea, there are 51,069,375 people who resided in the Republic of Korea, mainly in South Korea. Majority of them are Native Koreans, consist of 49,705,663 inhabitants that constitute about 97.32%. The other 1.36 million of ROK population constitute the expatriates and foreigners who resided in this moose-head country with Permanent Resident Status.

According to my calculations, there are 14,024,716 native Koreans who sharing the same surname with Koihime Musou girls, constitute about 28.22% of the population of all Native Koreans and 27.46% nationwide. In recent fifteen years, the population of Koihime-Koreans rose about 1,026,615 inhabitants (7.32%) from the past census in 2000, which were documented about 12,998,101 people.



Koihime-Korean Gainers

In terms of population, Yi Clan leads the list where the increment of half million (512,191) of Native Koreans, from 6,794,637 to 7,306,828 people in fifteen years. The increment of 7% of the clansmen made this clan secured its 2nd place in Korean Surnames List after Kim. The population demographics of this clan covered around 80~90% of the Republic of Korea. 



There are two clans reached one million clansmen milestone which are the Jo (趙) and Jang Clans. The increment of these clansmen by 7% made these clans retained their position in Korean Surnames List, 7th Place and 9th Place respectively. Jo Clan gained 70,654 clansmen from 984,913 in 2000 while Jang Clan gained 73,382 clansmen from 919,339 in that year.



In the other hand, Jegal Clan leads the Koihime-Korean Gainers list in terms of percentage increment, sharply rose with 21.41%. Even though this clan is small in size with 5,655 clansmen, it gained 1,211 clansmen in just fifteen years. The significant increment of Jegal clansmen made this clan moved up to 122nd Place in Korean Surnames List, compared to the 132nd Place in 2000.



Unfortunately for Kam Clan, only 26 clansmen are added in this clan with almost zero percent increment (0.43%). Despite that, this clan managed to climb up to 120th Place - compared to the 123rd Place in 2000. 



Koihime-Korean Losers - JUST LOSE IT.
Mayor of Hanam City, Oh Soo-bong and Assemblyman of Hanam, Lee Hyun-jae concerned
the future of Jeong Clan (程).

In terms of population, Jeong Clan leads the list where the decrement of 20,836 of Native Koreans, from 32,519 to 11,683 people in fifteen years. The decrement of 64.07% of the clansmen made this clan dropped to 105th place in Korean Surnames List, compared to the 75th Place in 2000. 


In contrast, the population of Dong Clan is slightly decreased from 5,564 to 5,462 people, with the decrement of 102 clansmen (1.83%). Fortunately, this clan managed to climb up to 125th Place - compared to the 127th Place in 2000. 


The biggest loser in terms of population percentage is the Woo Clan. This clan decreased sharply about 77.5%, from 3,359 to 756 clansmen. The clan plunged to 163rd Place in the recent Korean Surname List compared to the previous position, 140th Place in 2000. Despite that, there are two notable clansmen who are originated from Mokcheon Woo Clan, Prof. Dr. Woo Jong-pil, Professor in Sejong Graduate School of Business, Sejong University and Woo In-hoe, Chairman of Central Polling Administration, Justice Party of Korea.



The Jeon-Fields Clan suffered a slight reduction of 1,885 clansmen, from 188,354 to 186,469 people. For just only a percent of decrement, this clan stumbled to 45th Place compared to the 35th Place in 2000. Fortunately, the clan managed to maintain the population of 180,000+ clansmen in just fifteen years.


The least number of the clansmen among Koihime-Koreans is the Soon Clan where this clan consists of 217 people. The clan plunged to 192nd Place from 174th Place in 2000. Furthermore, it decimated sharply about 74.22% with the decrement of 625 clansmen from 842 in 2000.

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