Lee Beom-seok (Prime Minister)
Lee Beom-seok (1900–1972) was a Korean independence activist and first prime minister of South Korea from 1948 to 1950. For a time, he also headed the Korean Youth Corps (조선민족청년단). nickname was Chulgi...
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Pang Chol-gap
Pang Chol-gap is the chairperson of the Pyongyang Municipal People's Committee. On 4 January 2007, in Pyongyang, he gave a speech at a mass rally, with other high government officials praising Songun ...
Yi Sung-sun
Yi Sung Soon (이성순, 李聖淳, February 29, 1916 – February 25, 1983), nicknamed Lynx, was a South Korean street knight. He was born in 1916, in the North Korean city of Sinuiju.In July 1945, Yi's friend was...
Kim Won-bong
Kim Won-bong (김원봉, 金元鳳, August 13, 1898 – c.1958) was a Korean anarchist, independence activist and statesman of North Korea. He created a Korean nationalist underground organization, the Korean Heroi...
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Kim Jong-suk
Kim Jong-suk (Hangul: 김정숙; hanja: 金正淑), also Romanized as Kim Chŏng-suk, Gim Jeong-suk, Kim Jong Suk, Kim Jong-sook (December 14, 1919, though the official biography states December 24, 19...
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Chongryon
The General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chae Ilbon Chosŏnin Ch'ongryŏnhaphoe in Korean or Zai-Nihon Chōsenjin Sōrengōkai in Japanese), abbreviated to Chongryon (Korean: 총련,Hanja: 總聯) or ...
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Yi Seok
Yi Seok (born 1941) is a prince of the House of Yi, the Korean royal family. He was described as the "last pretender" to the Korean throne by The New York Times, although this status is not recognized...
Kim Chwa-chin
Kim Chwa-chin or Kim Jwa-jin (December 16, 1889 – January 24, 1930), sometimes called the "Korean Makhno" or by his pen name Baekya, played an important role in the attempt of development of Anarchism...
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Na Hye-sok
Na Hye-sok (Hanja: 羅蕙錫, Hangul: 나혜석, 18 April 1896 – 10 December 1948) was a Korean poet, feminist writer, painter, educator, and journalist. Her pen name was Jeongwol (Hangul: 정월, 晶月).She was th...
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Yun Chi-wang
General Yun Chi-Wang(윤치왕, 尹致旺) (February 17, 1895 – December 21, 1982) was a Japanese ruler of Korean Medical doctors, scientists, South Korean Medical doctors, scientists, Soldiers, surgeons. His hal...
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Ha Ki-rak
Ha Ki-Rak (1912 – 1997, 하기락) was a professor and major figure in Korean anarchism.The political life of Ha Ki-Rak, a Korean anarcho-pacifist academic, writer, and philosopher, began in 1929, when he p...
Yi Donghwi
Yi Donghwi (이동휘 (李東煇); August 2, 1873 ~ January 31, 1935) was a prominent socialist of Korea, and the second Prime Minister of the Provisional Government of Republic of Korea.In 1911 Yi was exiled i...
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Chang Ung
Chang Ung (Ung Chang) is the president of one of the 3 International Taekwon-Do Federations, and a member of the International Olympic Committee (representing North Korea). The previous president, Gen...
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Yeom Dong-jin
Yeom Dong-jin(korean:염동진, hanja廉東振, February 14, 1902 - 1950(?)) was a Korean politician, independent activist and terrorist. Leader of Baikuisa(hangul:백의사), of Korean terrorist Groups. Ather name was...