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Kim Dae-jung

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This Millennium Democratic Party politician held office from 1998 until 2003 as South Korea’s eighth President. Appreciated for his “Sunlight Plan,” which searched for to establish open up conversation with North Korea, he was honored the 2000 Nobel Peacefulness Prize. After doing work for a delivery company through the many years of Japanese control of Korea, he started his political profession beneath the administration of Korea’s initial leader, Syngman Rhee. While briefly prohibited from his indigenous nation for his opposition towards the armed forces dictatorship of Chun Doo-hwan, he resided in america and trained at Harvard University’s Middle for International Affairs. He was created for the Japanese-controlled, South Korean isle of Haui-do. In past due 1973, he was kidnapped by Korean Central Cleverness Agency officials for speaking out contrary to the procedures of dictator Recreation area Chung-hee.

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Full Name Kim Dae-jung
Date Of Birth December 3, 1925
Died August 18, 2009, Seoul, South Korea
Place Of Birth South Korea
Profession World Leader
Education Kyung Hee University
Nationality South Korean
Spouse Lee Hui-ho, Cha Yong-ae
Children Kim Hong-gul, Kim Hong-il, Kim Hong-up, Kim So-hee
Parents Jang Su-geum, Kim Woon-sik
Siblings Kim Dae-eui, Kim Dae-hyun, Kim Mae-wol, Kim Yong-rae, Kim Jin-chan
Awards Nobel Peace Prize
Star Sign Sagittarius

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