Lee Hong-koo

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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.[1][2] 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.[3] After leaving office as prime minister, he joined the Club of Madrid.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Preston, Ian (2001), A political chronology of Central, South and East Asia, Political chronologies of the world 2, Psychology Press, pp. 173–174, ISBN 978-1-85743-114-8 .
  2. ^ Oberdorfer, Don (2001), The two Koreas: a contemporary history, Basic Books, pp. 372, 456, ISBN 978-0-465-05162-5 .
  3. ^ "Hong Koo Lee (59C)". Emory University. Retrieved 18 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Member profile, Club of Madrid, retrieved 2011-01.16.