1995 in South Korea
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Years in South Korea
Timeline of Korean history
1995 in North Korea
Events from the year 1995 in South Korea.
- 1 Incumbents
- 2 Events
- 3 Births
- 4 Deaths
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- Multiple municipalities are annexed into larger amalgamations.
- June 27 - Local and provincial elections showed defeat of the ruling party of Kim Young-sam.
- June 29 - The Sampoong Department Store collapse caused 502 deaths in Seoul.
- July 26 - Tropical Storm Janis hit near Seoul, South Korea. The storm lasted until the 28th.
- September 5 - Kim Dae-Jung formed a new political party named National Congress for New Politics.
- October 27 - Former President Roh Tae-woo made a public apology about secret funds scandal.
- November 16 - Former President Roh Tae-woo was arrested on charges of corruption, illegal financing.
- December 3 - Former President Chun Doo-hwan was arrested on charges of leading bloody suppression in Coup d'état of December Twelfth, Gwangju Democratic Uprising.
- December 6 - Democratic Liberal Party was established to New Korea Party.
- December 18 - Lee Soo-sung becomes prime minister of South Korea, replacing Lee Hong-koo
- January 3 - Kim Seolhyun actress, singer, and dancer. Member of AOA
- January 5 - Kim Young-Gyu, footballer
- January 9 - Ha Seung-ri, actress
- January 20 - Lee Suwoong dancer and vocalist in Boys Republic
- January 21 - Choi Ah Ra, actress
- January 22- Shin Hyejin, dancer and singer in Oh My Girl
- January 23 - Lee Yoo-young, dancer and singer member of Hello Venus
- February 6
- February 8 - Song Yunhyeong singer in IKON
- February 9 - Kim Min-Sun, golfer
- February 11 - Kim Hae-Lin, figure skater
- February 13 - Lee Geon-Wook, baseball player
- February 20 - Yoon Dong member of Boy group HALO
- February 27- Ricky (Yoo Chang-hyun) vocalist and Dancer in Teen Top
- March 4- Yeo In Hye, singer in girl group The Shorties
- March 14 - Park Ji-bin, actor
- March 20- Kei (Kim Ji-Yeon) lead singer In Lovelyz
- April 15 - Kim Nam-joo, dancer and singer
- April 17- Jung Whee-in, singer and dance in Mamamoo
- April 24
- May 1 - Kim Mi-hyun (Mimi) dancer and rapper in Oh My Girl
- May 2- Yook Sungjae, actor, singer in BTOB
- May 8 - Park Junghwa dancer and singer in EXID
- May 23- Kim Sanggyun (A-Tom) rapper in Topp Dogg
- June 8- JR (Kim Jong Hyun) rapper in NU'EST
- June 14 - Taeil (Moon Taeil) Vocalist in NCT
- June 16- Cathy (Ki Hee yeon) rapper and dancer in DIA
- July 1 - Lee Tae-yong, rapper and leader of NCT
- July 5 - Hyuk (Han Sang-hyuk) singer, actor, and member of VIXX
- July 16 - Park Hyung-Joo, swimmer
- July 21 - Baekho (Kang Dong-ho) singer and dancer in NU'EST
- July 23 - Hwasa (Ahn Hyejin) singer and dancer in Mamamoo
- July 31 - No Minwoo, dancer and rapper in Boyfriend
- August 8- S.Coups (Choi Seungcheol) rapper in boy group Seventeen
- August 9- Hwang Minhyun, singer in NU'EST
- August 25- Yoon Do-Woon, Drummer of the band Day6
- September 5- Ryu Tae Kyung singer in The Shorties
- September 10- D.ana (Jo Eun-ae) rapper in Sonamoo
- September 17
- September 22- I'm Na-yeon, singer, dancer, and Leader in girl group Twice
- September 27- Yano (Seo Sangwon) Rapper in Topp Dogg
- October 1- Siyeon former member of Minx and member of Dreamcatcher
- October 4- Yoon Jeonghan, singer in boy group Seventeen
- October 10- Oh Seunghee leader and vocalist in CLC
- October 13 - Park Ji-min, dancer and singer from Bangtan Boys
- October 31- Kim Ji Ae, vocalist in Wassup
- November 3- Ren (Choi Min-Ki) vocalist and dancer in NU'EST
- November 16- Changjo (Choi Jong-hyun) Vocalist and dancer in Teen Top
- December 7- Sowon (Kim So-Jung) vocalist and leader of GFriend
- December 9- Kim Na-hyun, visual and vocalist in Sonamoo
- December 21- Bobby (Kim Ji-won) rapper in IKON
- December 30
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