|Revised Romanization||Lee Young-hoon|
Lee Young-hoon (이영훈, 李榮薰, born 1951 in Daegu, South Korea), Lee Yong-hoon, Rhee Yong-hoon, or Yi Yŏnghun is a professor Emeritus of Economics at Seoul National University and the president of the Naksungdae Institute of Economic Research (낙성대경제연구소).
He argues that the number of comfort women and forced laborers is exaggerated in Korea's textbooks and challenges the Korean's common beliefs: "Japanese colonial rule and development has been considered an absolute evil".
He graduated from Department of Economics, Seoul University and earned Doctor of Economics. He was an associate professor of Economics at Hanshin University and a professor of Sungkyunkwan University. He is co-representative of Textbook Forum.
- Lee, Young-hoon (2004). 수량경제사로 다시 본 조선후기 [A Cliometric Review of Late Chosŏn History]. Seoul National University Press. ISBN 9788952105417.
- Lee, Young-hoon (2007). "대한민국 이야기'해방전후사의 재인식' 강의" [Story of Republic of Korea, Lectures on "Re-acknowledging before and after the liberation"] (in Korean). 기파랑 [Giparang]. ISBN 8991965601.
- "대한민국 이야기'해방전후사의 재인식' 강의" [Story of Republic of Korea, Lectures on "Re-acknowledging before and after the liberation"] (in Korean). Daum.
- "A Textbook Alternative to the Historical Leftist View". DailyNK. 27 March 2008.
- "The Fall of the Joseon Dynasty Began with Its Economy". Dong-A Ilbo. September 18, 2004.
- "[Editorial] Professor Lee Young-hoon’s Academic Courage Should Be Given Credit". The Dong-A Ilbo. April 28, 2005.
- "뉴라이트 연쇄 인터뷰 (10) 李榮薰 낙성대경제연구소장" [New Right chain interviews (10) Lee Young-hoon Naksungdae Institete of Economic Research] (in Korean). August 2006.
- Naksungdae Institute of Economic Research in Korean
- Lee Young-Hoon Modern History courses series (in Korean)
- (1) "Correct understanding of the Republic of Korea Contemporary History" (in Korean). NewDaily. September 1, 2011.
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