UN Summit Approves 15-Year Blueprint To Eradicate Poverty
With the bang of a gavel, international leaders approved an ambitious 15-year plan Friday to tackle the world's biggest problems, from eradicating poverty to preserving the planet to reducing inequali...
List of Prime Ministers of South Korea
The following is a list of the prime ministers of South Korea from the First Republic to the Sixth Republic.The first column consecutively numbers the individuals who have served as Prime Minister, wh...
List of Prime Ministers of South Korea - Wikipedia
UN Summit Approves 15-Year Blueprint To Eradicate Poverty
With the bang of a gavel, international leaders approved an ambitious 15-year plan Friday to tackle the world's biggest problems, from eradicating poverty to preserving the planet to reducing inequali...
Yun Bo-seon
Yun Posun (Hangul: 윤보선; hanja: 尹潽善; [jun bosʰʌn]; August 26, 1897 – July 18, 1990) was a Korean independence activist and politician, who served as the second President of South Korea from...
Lee Ki-poong
Lee Ki-poong (20 December 1896 - 28 April 1960) was a South Korean politician and Vice President.
Kim (Korean name)
Kim (occasionally romanized as Gim) is the most common surname in the Korean Peninsula and among the Korean diaspora. The hanja (Chinese character) for Kim is 金, meaning "gold". The Korean pronunciati...
Prime Minister of South Korea
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea is appointed by the South Korean president with the National Assembly's approval. The Prime Minister of South Korea is not required to be a member of the Na...
Prime Minister of South Korea - Wikipedia
Han Duck-soo
Han Duck-soo (한덕수; born 18 June 1949) was the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) from 2007 until February 2008. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Korea International Trade ...
Choo Byung-jik
Choo Byung-jik was 13th South Korean Minister for Construction.
Minister Byung-jik announced on 25 September 2006 that the governments of South Korea and Kazakhstan, represented by Byung-jik and ...
Choe Deok-sin
Choe Deok-sin (September 17, 1914 – November 14, 1989) was a South Korean Foreign Minister who later defected with his wife, Ryu Mi Yong, to North Korea.In 1936, Choe graduated from Republic of ...
Kim Yong-kap
Kim Yong Kap (born January 6, 1919) was the Deputy Minister of Finance of South Korea in 1960.
Han (Korean name)
Han (韓) is the common English spelling of 한, a common Korean family name. According to the 2000 census, 한 (韓) is the 7th most common surname in the Republic of Korea. In Sino-Korean, it literally mean...
Lee Hyun-jae
Lee Hyun Jae (born December 20, 1929) is a former South Korean politician. He served from March to December 1988 as the twentieth prime minister of South Korea. He is currently the chairman of the Ho-...
Yun Chi-young
Yun Chi-Young (Korea:윤치영, hanja:尹致暎, February 10, 1898 – February 9, 1996) was an independence activist and politician, diplomat of South Korea. He was first Interior Minister (1948), 2nd Republic of ...
Yun Chi-young - Wikipedia
Choe Kwang-shik
Choe Kwang-shik was the former South Korean Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Choe Kwang-shik was born in 1953 in Seoul. In 1995, Choe became Professor of Korea University's department of H...
Choe Kwang-shik - Wikipedia
Yu Myung-hwan
Yu Myung-hwan (born April 8, 1946) is a South Korean diplomat, he was Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade from February 2008 to September.4 2010. His resignation was caused when his daughter was g...
Yu Myung-hwan - Wikipedia
Lee Hae Chan
Lee Hae-chan (born July 10, 1952) is a former Prime Minister of South Korea. He was nominated by president Roh Moo-hyun on June 8, 2004, confirmed by the National Assembly on June 29, and took office ...
Yi Yun-yong
Yi Yun-yong was a South Korean politician. He was the acting prime minister of South Korea following Chang Myon.
Shin Sung-mo
Shin Sung-mo (October 20, 1891 – May 29, 1960) was an acting prime minister in 1950 following the first prime minister of South Korea, Lee Beom-seok. He served as a Defence Minister during the Korean ...
Shin Sung-mo - Wikipedia
Ban Ki-moon
Ban Ki-moon (Hangul: 반기문; hanja: 潘基文; born 13 June 1944) is the eighth and current Secretary-General of the United Nations after succeeding Kofi Annan in 2007. Before becoming Secretary-G...
Ban Ki-moon - Wikipedia
Chin Dae-je
Chin Dae-je is a South-Korean businessman and an ex-politician. He was born on January 20, 1952 in Uiryeong, South Gyeongsang Province.He attended Gyeonggi High School and then studied Electronic Engi...
Song Yo-chan
Song Yo Chan (February 13, 1918 – October 18, 1980) was prime minister (Chief Cabinet Minister - Military Rule) of South Korea from 3 July 1961 to 16 June 1962. Previously, he had been the head of the...
Song Yo-chan - Wikipedia
Chang Myon
Chang Myon (hangul:장면; hanja:張勉; August 28, 1899 – June 4, 1966) was a South Korean politician, educator, diplomat, journalist and social activist as well as a Roman Catholic ...
Chang Myon - Wikipedia
Yoo Chang-soon
Yoo Chang-soon (6 August 1918 – 2 June 2010) was the Prime Minister of South Korea from 4 January 1982 to 24 June 1982. Yoo was born in Anju, South Pyongan, a city located in present-day North Korea, ...
Yoo Jin-ryong
Yoo Jin-ryong is a South Korean politician currently serving as Minister of Culture.
Yoo Jin-ryong was born on September 2, 1956 in Incheon. In 1979, he graduated from Seoul National University wi...