Kim Moon-soo

Kim Moon-Soo

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Kim Moon-soo

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Kim Moon-Soo (August 27, 1951) is a Korean politician and the 32nd Governor of Gyeonggi Province, Korea. A former labor activist, he began his career in politics when he participated in the foundation of the People’s Party in 1990. He was elected to the 15th National Assembly at Sosa-gu, Bucheon, as a candidate for the Grand National Party. After continuing to serve as a member of the assembly in the 16th and the 17th National Assemblies, he became the 4th Governor of Gyeonggi Province to be elected by popular vote in 2006.

Personal history


Born in 1951, Kim Moon-Soo is the third son in his family, and has three brothers and three sisters. After graduating from Yeongcheon Elementary School in Gyeongsangbuk-do, he moved to Daegu Metropolitan City without his family, where he attended Gyeongbuk Middle School and Gyeongbuk High School.

College Years

In 1970, Kim Moon-Soo entered the Department of Business Administration, in the College of Business at Seoul National University, but was expelled in 1971 for participating in the October 15 nation-wide student protests against government corruption. From 1971 to 1982, he was involved in leading various agricultural village movements in his hometown of Yeongcheon, Gyeongbuk, such as the 4H Campaign and night schools. In 1974, he was expelled from university again due to his involvement in the National Democratic Youth and Students Union case. He reentered the Department of Business Administration at Seoul National......
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