The late Stone Age
Remains of the late stone age were found in Seokjeok-myeon.
It was Palgeorihyeon or Bukchijangnihyeon, Illihyeon and King Gyeongdeok of Silla (the 35th ruler who reigned from 742 to 765 over the kingdom of Silla) revised it to Pal-ri of which become affiliated to Suchang-guen.
It was revised to Palgeo in the early part of Goryo period and during King Hyeonjong of Goryeo (the 8th ruler who reigned from 1010-1031), it become affiliation of Gyonsanbu which is the present lord of the castle.
In 1640 when King Injo of Joseon (the 16th ruler who reigned from 1623-1649) reign for 18th year, it was called Chilgok by installing regional military command and Gasan Fortress. In 1895 King Gojong's (the 26th ruler who reigned from 1863-1907) 32nd year of reign, Chilgok was re-entitled to Chilgok-guen which led to become a part of Daegu. In accordance with rearrangement of Buguen-myeon in 1914, it incorporated with 9 myeon of Indong-guen , Yakmok-myeon which used to be Daemok or ChilchonㆍGonsanhyeon during Silla dynasty and transferred the location of the county to Waegwan.
|1949. 08. 13
||Waegwan-myeon is elevated to eup (1 eup, 8 myeon)
|1973. 07. 01
||Incorporated to Gumi-eup, Seonsan-guen from Nakgae-dong, Buksam-myeon
|1974. 11. 01
||Opened Dongbu Yakmok-myeon branch office
|1978. 02. 15
||Indong-myeon is incorporated to Gumi-si
|1980. 12. 01
||Chilgok-myeon is elevated to eup (2 eup, 6 myeon, 1 branch office)
|1981. 07. 01
||Chilgok-eup is incorporated to Daegue Metropolitan City (1 eup, 6 myeon, 1 branch office)
|1983. 02. 15
||Following locations are incorporated; Ohtaedong Buksam-myeon to Gumi-si / Noseok-dong, Seonnam-myeon to Yakmok-myeon Seongju-guen, Agok-dong, Seokjeok-myeon to Waegwan-eup / Hwanghak-dong, Seokjeok-myeon to - Jicheon-myeon
|1986. 04. 01
||Yakmok-myeon Dongbu Branch Office is elevated to Gisan-myeon (1 eup, 7 myeon)
|1987. 01. 01
||Seokwoo-dong, Jangchon-myeon, Seonsan-guen incorporated to Gasan-myeon
|1989. 01. 01
||Sinjang-guen, Gasan-myeon incorporated to Seonsan-guen
|2003. 07. 01
||Buksam-myeon elevated to Buksam-eup (2 eup, 6-myeon)
|2006. 10. 01
||Seokjeok-myeon elevated to Seokjeok-eup (3eup, 5-myeon)