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Chang Myun

South Korean politician
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Chang Myun(Korean: 장면, August 28 1899 - June 4 1966) was 2nd, 7th Prime Minister of South Korea, 4th Vice President of South Korea. His nickname was Unsuk (Korean: 운석, hanja:雲石).

Chang Myun
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Chang Myun (1951)
4th VicePresident of South Korea
In office
May 15, 1956 – April 23, 1960
PresidentRhee Syng-man
Preceded byHam Tae-young
Succeeded byLee Ki-bung
Personal details
BornAugust 28 1899
Incheon Kroean Imperium
DiedJune 4 1966
Seoul,South Korea
Spouse(s)Kim Yun-ok

He was a special ambassador to the Vatican 1948. In 1949, United States Ambassador to South Korea, May 1950 2nd Prime Minister of South Korea. 1956 to 1960 4th Vice President of South Korea. Seventh Prime Minister in August 1960. On 16 May 1961, he was kicked out, By Park Chung hee's coup d'état.

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Chang Myon was born in Incheon in 1899. He was born to a Catholic family. After graduating high school, he was Studied depart in the United States. After returning, he worked as an educator. Dongseong High School teachers, Principal. Geseong Elementary School Principal.

August 15, 1945 Independence, he moved into politics. October 1948 was sent to UN, to represent of South Korea, after, December 1948 Special Ambassador to the Vatican, Ambassador to the United States. Prime Minister of South Korea November 23, 1950 to April 23, 1952.

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Preceded by
Ham Tae Young
3rd Vice President of South Korea
1956-1960
Succeeded by
Lee ki boong
Preceded by
Lee Beom-Seok
2nd Prime Ministers of South Korea
1951-1962
Succeeded by
Chang Taek-sang
Preceded by
Heo jeong
7rd Prime Ministers of South Korea
1960-1961 May
Succeeded by
Jang Doyoung