Lee in November 2010
|10t Preses o Sooth Korea|
25 Februar 2008 – 25 Februar 2013
Yoon Jeung-hyun (acting)
|Precedit bi||Roh Moo-hyun|
|Succeedit bi||Park Geun-hye|
|Mayor o Seoul|
1 Julie 2002 – 30 Juin 2006
|Precedit bi||Goh Kun|
|Succeedit bi||Oh Se-hoon|
|Member o the Naitional Assembly|
30 Mey 1996 – 21 Februar 1998
|Precedit bi||Lee Jong-chan|
|Succeedit bi||Roh Moo-hyun|
30 Mey 1992 – 29 Mey 1996
19 December 1941|
Osaka, Mainland Japan
Saenuri (till 2016)
|Spoose(s)||Kim Yoon-ok (m.1970)|
|Alma mater||Korea Varsity (B.B.A.)|
|Revised Romanisation||I (Yi) Myeongbak|
Lee Myung-bak (Hangul: 이명박; Korean: [i mjʌŋbak]; born 19 December 1941) is a Sooth Korean politeecian an businessman wha served as the 10t Preses o Sooth Korea frae 25 Februar 2008 tae 25 Februar 2013. Afore his election as preses, he wis the CEO o Hyundai Engineering and Construction, as well as the mayor o Seoul frae 1 Julie 2002, tae 30 Juin 2006. He is mairied tae Kim Yoon-ok an haes three dauchters an ane son. His aulder brither, Lee Sang-deuk, is a Sooth Korean politeecian. He attends the Somang Presbyterian Kirk. Lee is a graduate o Korea Varsity an received an honorary degree frae Paris Diderot Varsity on 13 Mey 2011.
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- 이명박 선친의 성은 '쓰키야마(月山)'였다. Hankook Ilbo (in Korean). 19 January 2007. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
Translation: "Our father once used the Japanese surname Tsukiyama (月山) during the Japanese Colonial Period" said the National Assembly Vice Speaker Lee Sang-deuk, in which he is also known as the older brother of the former Mayor of Seoul, Lee Myung-bak, as he also revealed that "Former Mayor Lee kept using the Japanese surname that our father used for some time after 1941". He mentioned "it was inevitable to change the surname, in which our father was a poor commoner like the majority of Koreans back then. It was sad part of the nation," during a recent interview from Shin Donga.
- Kim (김), Seon-ju (선주) (24 May 2011). "'MB 황금인맥' 소망교회 뭐기에..." Money Today (in Korean). Retrieved 3 June 2011.
- "Remise du titre de Docteur Honoris Causa - Université Paris Diderot". Univ-paris-diderot.fr. Retrieved 2 June 2014.