Lee Hahn-koo

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee.

Lee Hahn-koo (Hangul이한구; Hanja李漢久; born 12 December 1945) is a South Korean politician and leader of the Saenuri Party in the National Assembly. A former economist, Lee was previously an economic adviser and chief of staff to Park Geun-hye,[1] and in the 2012 parliamentary elections he campaigned on the slogan "Make Park Geun-hye the next president".[2] He studied at Seoul National University and completed a doctoral degree in economics at Kansas State University before serving the South Korean Ministry of Finance as a civil servant. He is now serving his fourth term in the Assembly, having been elected as a proportional representation candidate in 2000 before becoming member for Suseong-gap in Daegu in 2004.[3][4]


National Assembly of South Korea
Preceded by
Kim Man-je
Member for Daegu Suseong-gap