Lee Hong-koo (born May 9, 1934; Hangul: 이홍구; Hanja: 李洪九) was prime minister of South Korea from December, 17 1994 to December 18, 1995. Lee graduated from Oxford College in 1957 and Emory University in 1959. He later graduated from Yale University with a Ph.D. in political science. After leaving office as prime minister, he joined the Club of Madrid.
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