List of members of the National Assembly (South Korea), 1950–54

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The members of the second National Assembly of South Korea were elected on 10 May 1950. The Assembly sat from 31 May 1950 until 30 May 1954.[1]

Members[edit]

Member Party
Ahn Jae-hong
Ahn Man-bok
Ahn Sang-han
Ahn Yong-dae
Bae Eun-hui
Bae Sang-yeon
Baek Nam-sik
Baek Sang-gyu
Bang Man-su
Byeon Gwang-ho
Byeon Jin-gap
Chang Geon-sang
Chang Hong-yeom
Chang Taek-sang
Chang Yeon-song
Choi Byeong-ju
Choi Guk-hyeon
Choi Heon-gil
Choi Ju-il
Choi Myeon-su
Choi Seong-ung
Choi Won-bong
Choi Won-ho
Choi Won-su
Choi Yun-ho
Eom Byeong-hak
Eom Sang-seop
Ha Man-bok
Han Guk-won
Han Pil-su
Hong Chang-seop
Hong Gil-seon
Hong Ik-pyo
Hwang Byeong-gyu
Hwang Seong-su
Im Gi-bong
Im Heung-sun
Im Yeong-sin
Im Yong-sun
Jeon Jin-han
Jeong Gi-won
Jeong Heon-jo
Jeong Heon-ju
Jeong Il-hyeong
Jeong In-sik
Jeong Jae-wan
Jeong Mun-heum
Jeong Nam-guk
Jeong Sun-jo
Ji Cheong-cheon
Ji Yeon-hae
Jo Bong-am
Jo Byeong-mun
Jo Dae-yeon
Jo Gwang-seop
Jo Gyeong-gyu
Jo Gyu-seol
Jo Heon-yeong
Jo Jeong-hun
Jo Jong-seung
Jo Ju-yeong
Jo Si-won
Jo So-ang
Jo Sun
Kang Chang-yong
Kang Kyeong-ok
Kim Beom-bu
Kim Bong-jae
Kim Bong-jo
Kim Byeong-jin
Kim Chil-seong
Kim Dong-seong
Kim Gwang-jun
Kim Gyeong-bae
Kim Heon-sik
Kim Hong-yong
Kim Hyeong-deok
Kim Ik-gi
Kim Ik-no
Kim In-seon
Kim In-tae
Kim Je-neung
Kim Jeong-du
Kim Jeong-gi
Kim Jeong-sik
Kim Jeong-sil
Kim Ji-tae
Kim Jong-hoe
Kim Jong-sun
Kim Jong-yeol
Kim Jun-hui
Kim Jun-tae
Kim Mun-yong
Kim Myeong-dong
Kim Myeong-su
Kim Nak-o
Kim Pan-seok
Kim Sang-hyeon
Kim Si-hyeon
Kim Su-hak
Kim Tae-hui
Kim Taek-cheon
Kim Taek-sul
Kim Ui-jun
Kim Ung-jin
Kim U-seong
Kim Yang-su
Kim Yeong-seon
Kim Yong-hwa
Kim Yong-mu
Kim Yong-u
Ko Yeong-wan
Ku Deok-hwan
Ku Eul-hoe
Kwak Sang-hun
Kwak Tae-jin
Kwak Ui-yeong
Kwon Byeong-no
Kwon Jung-don
Kwon O-hun
Kwon Tae-uk
Lee Beom-seung
Lee Byeong-hong
Lee Chae-o
Lee Chung-hwan
Lee Chun-gi
Lee Dong-hwan
Lee Do-yeong
Lee Gap-seong
Lee Geung-jong
Lee Gyo-seon
Lee Gyo-seung
Lee Gyu-gap
Lee Hak-rim
Lee Han-chang
Lee Ho-geun
Lee Hyeop-u
Lee Jae-hak
Lee Jae-hyeong
Lee Jin-su
Lee Jong-hyeon
Lee Jong-rin
Lee Jong-seong
Lee Jong-su
Lee Jong-sun
Lee Jong-uk
Lee Jong-yeong
Lee Pan-yeol
Lee Sang-cheol
Lee Sang-gyeong
Lee Seok-gi
Lee Si-mok
Lee Yong-seol
Min Yeong-bok
Nam Song-hak
No Gi-yong
O Ha-yeong
O Seong-hwan
O Ui-gwan
O Wi-yeong
Park Cheol-gyu
Park Cheol-ung
Park Chung-sik
Park Gi-bae
Park Je-hwan
Park Jeong-geun
Park Jeong-gyu
Park Man-won
Park Min-gi
Park Pal-bong
Park Se-dong
Park Seong-ha
Park Seong-u
Park Seung-ha
Park Sun-cheon
Park Yang-jae
Park Yeong-chul
Park Yeong-rae
Ryu Deok-cheon
Ryu Gi-su
Ryu Hong
Ryu In-gon
Seo Beom-seok
Seo I-hwan
Seo Jang-ju
Seo Min-ho
Seo Sang-deok
Seo Sang-guk
Seo Sang-ho
Seong Deuk-hwan
Shin Gak-hyu
Shin Gwang-gyun
Shin Ik-hee
Shin Jung-mok
Shin Seok-bin
Shin Yong-hun
Shin Yong-uk
So Seon-gyu
Song Bang-yong
Tae Wan-seon
U Mun
Won Se-hun
Yang Byeong-il
Yang Jae-ha
Yang U-jeong
Yeo Un-hong
Yeo Yeong-bok
Yeon Byeong-ho
Yu Seung-jun
Yuk Hong-gyun
Yun Chi-young
Yun Dam
Yun Gil-jung
Yun Gi-seop
Yun Jae-geun
Yun Seong-sun
Yun Taek-jung
Yun Yeong-seon

References[edit]

  1. ^ Past Members National Assembly