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Lee Soo-sung (born March 10, 1939) is a South Korean politician and legal scholar. He was Prime Minister of South Korea from December 18, 1995 to March 4, 1997. Prior to becoming prime minister, he was president of Seoul National University.
He later served as the executive vice chairman of the Advisory Council on Democratic and Peaceful Unification, the presidential advisory body on unification with North Korea.
He was born in Ham-Kyeong Nam Do, Ham-Heong Si, Ham-Heong Goon, studied and graduated with a law degree going on to become a judge and following tenure as a lawyer went on become Associate Justice. During the Korean War he was abducted into North Korea
- Fincher, Scott (December 16, 1995). "Amid Scandals, Legal Scholar Chosen New Prime Minister". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
- "Article: Ex-Premier Lee Soo-sung Likely to Enter Politics.". Korea Times (Seoul, Korea). January 6, 2000. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
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