Lee Wu-jong

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Lee Wu-jong
Hangul 이우정
Revised Romanization Yi Wujeong
McCune–Reischauer Yi Wujong

Lee Wu-jong (Hangul이우정; Hanja李愚貞; RRYi Wujeong; August 1, 1923 – May 30, 2002) was a South Korean politician and feminist,[1] labor right activist, Christian feminism activist and anti-Hoju activist from 1950s to 1980s. She was the 14th member of the National Assembly.[2] and the leader of South Korean radical feminists. Lee Wujong was the granddaughter of Lee Hae-jo, a famous writer.

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  1. ^ Lee Wu-jong (in Korean)
  2. ^ 이우정:대한민국 국회의원 Archived 2013-05-01 at Archive.is (in Korean)