Ahn Sang-soo (born May 1946)

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For the former Grand National Party chairman, see Ahn Sang-soo (born February 1946).
This is a Korean name; the family name is Ahn.

Ahn Sang-soo (Hangul: 안상수; hanja: 安相洙; RR: An Sang-su; born 28 May 1946) is a South Korean politician of the Saenuri Party who served as two-time mayor of Incheon from 2002 to 2010. In the 2010 local elections he lost his position to Song Young-gil of the Democratic Party.[1] He was a candidate for the Saenuri nomination in the 2012 presidential elections.[2] As mayor, Ahn was responsible for initiating a range of expensive construction projects which have been implicated in causing financial difficulties.[3]

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National Assembly of South Korea
Preceded by
Kim Du-seop
Member of the Assembly for
Incheon Gyeyang-guGanghwa-gap

1999–2000
Succeeded by
Song Young-gil
Political offices
Preceded by
Choi Ki-sun
Mayor of Incheon
2002–2010
Succeeded by
Song Young-gil