|1st Minister of the Interior|
15 August 1948 – 15 December 1948
|Preceded by||Politic Open|
|Succeeded by||Shin Sung-mo|
|13th Mayor of Seoul|
17 December 1963 – 30 March 1966
|Preceded by||Yun Tae-il|
|Succeeded by||Kim Hyon-uk|
|Preceded by||Jawaharlal Nehru|
|Succeeded by||Tiruvellore Thattai Krishnamachari|
29 February 1896|
Seoul, South Korea Joseon Dynasty
|Died||9 February 1996
Seoul, South Korea
|Political party||Party by Korean nationals (1948–1958)|
Lee Eun-Hye (1924–1980)
|Alma mater||Waseda University, Japan|
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 Korea Ambassador to French 1950 to 1951, 1st, 2nd and 3rd the National Assembly of South Korea. 13th Mayor of Seoul 1963 to 1966. He was Yun Bo-seon's younger half-uncle, and politician and independence activist Yun Chi-ho's younger cousin. Yun Bo-seon is his second brother Yun Chi-So's son. His pen name is Dongsan (동산).
uncle of Yun Bo-seon, fourth President of South Korea. Chi-young was long time to Entourage and secretary of Syngman Rhee, first president of South Korea. He was their young man's was to help collect Syngman Rhee's independent Activities. he was extreme anti-Japanese activist, political messiah worship.
After returning home, he was secretary of Syngman Rhee, August 1948 and December 1948 Interior Minister of South Korea, Ambassador to UN Dispatch. When 1951 he was 2nd Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in France (주프랑스 한국 공사) to 1952.
1948–1956 he was lost Lee Ki-poong and the fight, following. After year he was 3 years old professor teaching. After May 16, 1961, Park Chung-Hee was the military coup. He after approved of Park Chung-Hee.
December 17, 1963, to March 30, 1966, Mayor of Seoul. In 1968, he advised Park Chung-Hee, social security authorities for long time. He fought his nephew Yun Bo-seon, and he was followed to Park Chung-Hee.
- American University
- Syngman Rhee
- Park Chung-hee
- Yun Bo-seon
- Seo Jae-pil
- Yun Chi-ho
- Yun Chi-Oh
- Heo Jeong
- Chang Myon
- Kim Seong Su
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|Interior Minister of South Korea
August 1948 – December 1948
|Mayor of Seoul City
December 17, 1963 - March 30, 1966
|Republic of Korea Ambassador to French
November 23, 1950 - April 27, 1951