Vice President of South Korea
Vice PresidentVice President of the Republic of Korea
The Vice President of the Republic of Korea was the second highest executive office in South Korea.wikipedia
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Lee Si-YeongSeongjae" Lee Si-yeong
He was Vice President of South Korea from 1948 to 1951.
Hahm Tae-youngHam Tae-yeong
He was Vice President of South Korea from 1952 to 1956.
John M. ChangJohn ChangJohn Myun Chang
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Rhee was determined to see his protege Lee Ki-poong elected as the Vice President, a post chosen in a separate election on the same day.
Kim GyusikKim Kyu-shikGim Gyusik
Rhee Syng-manRhee SyngmanRhee
Christian Social Democratic Party → Korea Democratic PartyDemocratic Party (1945)KDP
Democratic PartyDemocraticDemocratic (1955)
Korean Provisional GovernmentProvisional GovernmentProvisional Government of Korea
government-in-exilein exileexile government
Shanghai, ChinaSHAShanghai Municipality
People's Republic of ChinaChineseCHN
emblemCoat of arms of South KoreaNational Emblem of the Republic of Korea
Freedom Fighter, Lee Hoe Young
Song Yo Chan
South KoreaFirst Republic of South KoreaFirst Republic
PresidentSouth Korean PresidentPresident of the Republic of Korea
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