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History

  • 2011 ~ Present
  • 2010 ~ 2000
  • Before 2000

2021

  • JAN
    48-inch 4K bendable CSO (Cinematic Sound OLED) unveiled for the first time
  • JUN
    65-inch Rollable OLED TV Wins ‘Display of the Year’ at SID 2021

2020

  • DEC
    The 88-inch 8K OLED won the ‘Prime Minister’s Award’ at the 2020 Korea Technology Awards.
    CSO (Cinematic Sound OLED), listed in the National Standard for Sound Display (KS) established by the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards.
  • NOV
    OLED TV panel acquired Eco Product certification from Swiss SGS
  • SEP
    Acquired the highest grade in the 2019 Shared Growth Index evaluation (6 years in a row)
  • AUG
    OLED TV panel acquired ‘Accurate Picture Quality’ certification from Intertek in the UK.
  • JUL
    Started mass production of 8.5th generation OLED panel in Guangzhou, China.
  • JUN
    Re-establishing the visions for the best display solution company
    Selected as the company in charge of the national project for 'Stretchable Display Development' under the promotion of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy.
  • APR
    Selected as 'Carbon Management Honors Club' and 'Excellent Water Management Company' by 2019 CDP Korea.

2019

  • DEC
    Developed the world's first 88-inch 8K OLED TV panel and 65-inch UHD Rollable TV panel.
  • AUG
    Completed 8.5th generation OLED panel factory in Guangzhou, China.
  • JUL
    Obtained the highest grade in the CDP Korea's evaluation of 'Climate Change Response' and 'Water Management' in 2018.
    The only company in Korea that achieved leadership A (highest grade) at the same time.
  • JUL
    Started mass production at the 6th generation P-OLED production line (E6) in Paju, Korea.
  • JAN
    Developed the world's first 65-inch 8K OLED and 65-inch UHD crystal motion OLED panels.

2018

  • JAN
    The 65-inch rollable OLED won the 'Presidential Award' at the 2019 Korea Technology Awards.

2017

  • AUG
    Started mass production of the 6th generation P-OLED production line (E5) in Gumi, Korea.
  • JUL
    Started mass production at the module plant in Hai Phong, Vietnam.
  • JUN
    Developed the world's first 77-inch transparent flexible display.
  • JAN
    Developed the world's first 18:9 QHD+ LCD for mobile

2016

  • OCT
    Recognized as a corporate leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World in 2016.
  • JUN
    Acquired the highest grade in the 2015 Shared Growth Index evaluation.

2015

  • DEC
    Acquisition of OLED lighting business from LG Chem
  • JUL
    Accumulated 1.5 billion units of large panel production for the first time in the industry.
  • APR
    Started mass production of QHD LCD for mobile with 5.5-inch AIT applied for the first time in the world.

2014

  • DEC
    Started mass production of 8th generation OLED production line (E4) in Paju, Korea.
  • OCT
    Development of world's smallest bezel 0.7mm Full HD LCD for smartphone
  • SEP
    Started mass production of the world's first 1.3-inch round plastic OLED
    Completion of 8.5th generation LCD panel factory in Guangzhou, China
  • JUL
    Developed the world's first 18-inch transparent OLED and 18-inch flexible OLED
  • JUN
    55/65/77 inch UHD curved OLED TV won 'Best in Show' at SID (Society of Information Display) in 2014.

2013

  • DEC
    Developed the world's first 105-inch curved ULTRA HD TV LCD.
  • OCT
    Started mass production of the world's first 6-inch flexible OLED for smartphones
  • SEP
    Acquired the 'Excellent Workplace for Health Promotion Activities for Workers' certification from the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency.
  • JAN
    Acquired 'AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) highest grade (AAA)' certification from the Korea Customs Service.

2012

  • JUL
    Selected as a 'National project leading company for the development of transparent flexible displays' by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy.
  • JUN
    55-inch Full HD TV OLED won 'Best in Show' at SID in 2012.
    Started mass production of LCD factory 9 (P9) in Paju, Korea.
  • MAR
    Established Nanumnuri Co., Ltd.

2011

  • DEC
    Developed the world's first 55-inch TV OLED panel.
    Won '15 Billion Dollar Export Tower' on the 48th Trade Day.
  • NOV
    Received the Grand Prize at Good Place to Work Korea in 2011.

2010

  • DEC
    Started mass production of the world's first FPR 3D LCD.
  • JUL
    Acquired UN (World Union) approval for CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) project.
  • JAN
    Developed the world's largest 19-inch flexible electronic paper.

2009

  • MAR
    Started mass production of LCD factory 8 (P8) in Paju, Korea.

2008

  • MAR
    Changed company name to LG Display Co., Ltd.

2007

  • DEC
    Started mass production at the module plant in Guangzhou, China.
  • NOV
    Development of dirty-free LCD for notebook PC
  • MAY
    Developed the world's first 14.1-inch colored flexible electronic paper
  • FEB
    Started mass production at the module plant in Wraclaw, Poland.
  • JAN
    Development of 19.8mm thick ultra-slim 42-inch LCD TV
    Developed the world's smallest 1mm bezel 2.4-inch LCD for mobile phones
    100-inch Full HD LCD selected as ‘Korea’s top 10 new technologies’

2006

  • APR
    Held the opening ceremony of Paju Display Cluster.
  • MAR
    Developed the world's first 100-inch Full HD LCD.
  • JAN
    Started mass production at LCD Factory 7 (P7) in Paju, Korea.

2005

  • MAY
    The 55-inch TV LCD won the 'Gold Award for Display of the Year' at the Society of Information Display (SID)in 2005.

2004

  • OCT
    Developed the world's largest 20.1 inch low-temperature poly AMOLED.
  • AUG
    Started mass production at LCD Plant 6 (P6) in Gumi, Korea.
  • JUL
    The first Korean company to be listed on the Korean and American stock exchanges at the same time
  • MAR
    Groundbreaking ceremony for Paju LCD factory 7 (P7) and display cluster

2003

  • OCT
    Developed the world's first 55-inch HDTV LCD
  • MAY
    Started mass production at the module plant in Nanjing, China.
  • MAY
    Started mass production at LCD Factory 5 (P5) in Gumi, Korea.

2002

  • DEC
    Developed the world's first 52-inch HDTV LCD.
  • NOV
    Developed the world's first low-temperature poly 20.1-inch QUXGA LCD.
  • OCT
    Developed the world's first 42-inch HDTV LCD.
  • MAR
    Started mass production at LCD Factory 4 (P4) in Gumi, Korea.

2001

  • MAR
    Developed the world's first 12.1-inch transflective LCD.

2000

  • JUN
    Developed the world's first 20.1-inch TV LCD.
  • APR
    Started mass production at LCD Factory 3 (P3) in Gumi, Korea.

1999

  • AUG
    Launched LG.Philips LCD Co., Ltd. (joint with Philips Electronics)

1998

  • DEC
    Acquired TFT-LCD related businesses from LG Electronics and LG Semiconductor.
  • NOV
    Changed company name to LG LCD Co., Ltd.

1997

  • DEC
    Started mass production at LCD Plant 2 (P2) in Gumi, Korea.
  • JAN
    Changed company name to LG Soft Co., Ltd.

1995

  • SEP
    Started mass production at LCD Plant 1 (P1) in Gumi, Korea
  • JAN
    Changed company name to LG Software Co., Ltd.

1993

  • SEP
    Established LCD business divisions in Goldstar Co., Ltd.

1990

  • MAR
    Established Anyang Research Institute.

1987

  • JAN
    Started TFT-LCD development at Goldstar Central Research Center.

1985

  • FEB
    Established Goldstar Software Co., Ltd.
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