Lee Soo-man (born June 18, 1952) is a South Korean entrepreneur and the founding chairman of SM Entertainment Group, specializing in K-pop groups. SM Entertainment Group is the Korean entertainment industry leader and Lee Soo-man's stock holdings currently amount to 200.1 billion KRW (approximately $188.9 million USD) as of the year 2013 making him the second wealthiest celebrity stockholder just after YG Entertainment Group's Yang Hyun Suk at 219.5 billion KRW (approximately $206.3 million USD).
Lee Hoi-chang (born June 2, 1935) is a South Korean politician. A Catholic, he was born to an elite family in Seoheung, Hwanghae (part of what is now North Korea), but grew up in the south after his father, a public prosecutor, was appointed to a new post.
Kim Hwang-sik (Hangul: 김황식; Hanja: 金滉植; born 9 August 1948) is a South Korean lawyer and politician who became the country's Prime Minister on 1 October 2010. He is the former Chairperson of the Board of Audit and Inspection.
Chung Un-chan (born on February 29, 1946 in Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea) was the Prime Minister of South Korea (2009–2010). He was a professor of Seoul National University from 1978 to 2009, serving as the president of the university from July 2002 to July 2006 until he was designated to the Prime Minister. He acquired his Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University.
Han Duck-soo (한덕수; born 18 June 1949) was the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) from 2007 until February 2008. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Korea International Trade Association.
Park Wan Suh (October 20, 1931 – January 22, 2011) was a South Korean writer.
Kim Swoo Geun (February 20, 1931 – June 14, 1986) was a prominent South Korean architect, educator, publisher and patron of artists. Along with architect Kim Joong Up (김중업), he is recognised as a significant contributor in the history of Korean architecture. With his support for diverse art genres of Korean culture, he was referred to as Lorenzo de Medici of Seoul by TIME in 1977.
Yangji Lee (March 15, 1955–May 22, 1992) was a second-generation Zainichi Korean Japanese novelist born in Nishikatsura, Yamanashi, Japan. When she was in grade school, her parents acquired Japanese citizenship, and her nationality became Japanese at that time.
Heup Young Kim (김흡영 金洽榮, b. 1949, South Korea) is a Korean Christian theologian and a scholar of East Asian religions (Confucianism and Taoism), specialized in Asian constructive theology, interfaith dialogue, and religion and science. He is Professor of Systematic Theology at Kangnam University in South Korea and was a dean of the College of Humanities and Liberal arts, the Graduate School of Theology, and the University Chapel. Kim is one of the founding members of the International Society for Science and Religion, was a co-moderator of the 6th and 7th Congress of Asian Theologians, and is the current president of the Korean Society of Systematic Theology.
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