Yun Chi-sung

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Yun.
Yun Chi-sung
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Yun Chi-sung
McCune–Reischauer Yun Chi-seong
Pen name
Hangul 악연
Hanja
Revised Romanization Ag-yun
McCune–Reischauer Ahk-yeon

Yun Chi-sung (hangul:윤치성, hanja:尹致晟, March 2, 1875, Asan - August 11, 1936) was an Imperial Korean general, politician and independence activist. His nickname was Ahkyeon (악연, 岳淵). He was the uncle of Yun Bo-seon, and the cousin of Yun Chi-ho and Yun Chi-Wang.

Yun was studying in Japan and returned his country[1] after being commissioned to shavetail of Imperial Korea. In 1905, he was veterans to the Russo-Japanese War. Returnees since worked at the Department of Defense of the Korean Empire, also appointed to department of Defense Education supervisor.[2] In 1905, he was joined to anti movement against of Japan–Korea Treaty of 1905 also he was identity of the soldiers.

In September 1907, Emperor Gojong's equerry, later he was promoted to Lieutenant General. in August 1910, since retired after Korean was Japanese annexation, he was retired and became a businessman.[3] After he was require the cooperation of Japanese refused.

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  1. ^ 동아일보 1926년 1월 24일자 2면, 사회면
  2. ^ 정운현, 《나는 황국신민이로소이다-새로 밝혀 쓰는 친일인물사》 (개마고원, 1999) 160
  3. ^ 동아일보 1926년 1월 24일자 2면, 사회면

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