Roh Moo-hyun

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Roh Moo-hyun
노무현
Roh Moo-hyun - cropped headshot, 2004-Oct-26.jpg
9t Preses o Sooth Korea
In office
25 Februar 2003 – 24 Februar 2008
Suspendit Mairch 12, 2004 – Mey 14, 2004
Actin Preses:
Goh Kun
Prime Meenister Goh Kun
Lee Hae-chan
Han Myung-sook
Han Duck-soo
Precedit bi Kim Dae-jung
Succeedit bi Lee Myung-bak
Meenister o Oceans an Fisheries
In office
7 August 2000 – 25 Mairch 2001
Precedit bi Lee Hang-kyu
Succeedit bi Chung Woo-taik
Member o the Naitional Assembly
In office
22 Julie 1998 – 29 Mey 2000
Precedit bi Lee Myung-bak
Succeedit bi Chung In-bong
Constituency Jongno (Seoul)
In office
30 Mey 1988 – 29 Mey 1992
Precedit bi Park Chan-jong, Kim Jung-kil
Succeedit bi Hur Sam-soo
Constituency Dong (Busan)
Personal details
Born 1 September 1946(1946-09-01)
Gimhae, South Korea
Dee'd 23 Mey 2009(2009-05-23) (aged 62)
Yangsan, Sooth Korea
Restin place Bongha Village
Gimhae, Sooth Korea
Naitionality Sooth Korean
Poleetical pairty Unified Pairty (1988–1990)
Democratic Pairty (1990–1997)
Millennium Democratic Pairty (1997–2003)
Uri Pairty (2003–2007)
Independent (2007-2009)
Spoose(s) Kwon Yang-sook
Religion Roman Catholicism (Lapsed) Mahayana Buddhism[1][2]
Signatur
Militar service
Allegiance  Sooth Korea
Service/branch Republic o Korea Airmy
Years o service 1968-1971
Rank 24px Sangbyeong (Corporal)
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanisation No Mu-hyeon
McCune–Reischauer No Muhyŏn
This is a Korean name; the faimily name is Roh.

Roh Moo-hyun (Hangul노무현; Hanja盧武鉉; RRNo Muhyeon; Korean pronunciation: [no mu hjʌn]) GOM (1 September 1946 – 23 Mey 2009) wis the nint Preses o the Republic o Korea (2003–2008).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 노무현후보 김추기경의 방문 (in Korean). Naver News Dong-a Ilbo. 20 June 2002. Retrieved 13 September 2008. 
  2. (in Korean)Hani News The Hankyoreh(3 September 2008). Retrieved 13 September 2008