President Kim Dae-jung in the world press
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President Kim Dae-jung in the world press by Korea Information Service. Government Information Agency

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Published by Government Information Agency in Seoul, Korea .
Written in English

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  • Politics and government

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Edition Notes

StatementKorea Information Service, Government Information Agency
The Physical Object
Pagination[4], 80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26574538M
ISBN 10897375504803910

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Kim Dae Jung (kĬm dā jŏŏng), –, president (–) of South Korea.A native of South Jeolla prov., Kim was a long-time campaigner for increased democracy and a writer on international issues. He was elected to the national legislature in and a decade later first ran for president as leader of the opposition to President Park Chung Hee. Park noted that the members working on the autobiography and the publisher wanted the book to get published while Kim was living. The "Kim Dae-jung Autobiography" marks the conclusion of a 6-year endeavor to chronicle the late president‘s life. Kim started preparing for the book in , one year after leaving the Blue House. Kim Dae-jung (Korean: 김대중; Hanja: 金大中; Korean pronunciation: [kim.dɛ.dʑuŋ]; 6 January – 18 August ), was a South Korean politician and statesman who served as President of South Korea from to He was a Nobel Peace Prize recipient for his work for democracy and human rights in South Korea and in East Asia in general, and for peace and reconciliation with Political party: Democratic. REMARKS BY PRESIDENT CLINTON AND PRESIDENT KIM DAE JUNG OF SOUTH KOREA AT ARRIVAL CEREMONY The South Grounds A.M. EDT. PRESIDENT CLINTON: I am proud to welcome President KimDae-jung, and the entire Korean delegation to the United States andto the White House. We live in remarkable times.

Korean Democrat. Prison Writings. by Kim Dae-Jung. University of California Press. pp. $ On a dull Monday morning in June of this year, the presidential choice of South Korea’s ruling Democratic Justice party (DJP), Roh Tae-Woo, stunned the world with his announcement that he would urge President Chun Doo Huan to accept every major reform demanded by the opposition, especially.   The Kim Dae-jung Presidential Library and Museum in Seoul on Monday disclosed letters sent between late former President Kim and US President-elect Joe Biden during Kim's struggle to achieve South. Kim Dae-Jung, (born January 8, [see Researcher’s Note], Haui Island, Sinan County, Korea [now in South Chŏlla province, South Korea]—died Aug , Seoul), South Korean politician who became a prominent opposition leader during the tenure of Pres. Park became the first opposition leader to win election to his country’s presidency (–). At that time at the state luncheon President Clinton made very complimentary remarks to me by saying that, In our era we have our respective heroes, for example, President [Václav] Havel of the Czech Republic and President [Nelson] Mandela of South Africa, and there is President Kim Dae-Jung .

Kim Dae-jung (Korean: 김대중; Hanja: 金大中; Korean pronunciation: [kim.dɛ.dʑuŋ]; 6 January – 18 August ), was a South Korean politician and statesman who served as President of South Korea from to He was a Nobel Peace Prize recipient for his work for democracy and human rights in South Korea and in East Asia in general, and for peace and reconciliation with. Kim Dae-jung Biographical P resident Kim Dae-jung was born on December 3, in a small village on an island of South Korea’s southwestern coast. He graduated from a commercial high school in When the Syngman Rhee Administration () began to become increasingly dictatorial, he decided to enter politics. And Kim Dae Jung’s first act as President-elect was to ask the incumbent President of Korea, Kim Young Sam (himself a former dissident), to grant Mr. Chun amnesty and release him and another.   Mr. Ministers, excellencies, honored guests, ladies and gentlemen: It is an honor to be invited to take part in this commemoration of the first three years of Kim Dae-jung's presidency. I thank.