Ahn Bang-jun Ahn Bang-jun (July 20, 1573 – November 13, 1654) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty and he was a people's Militia leader during the Japan...
Ahn Sang-yeong Ahn Sang-yeong was the 25th, 31st, and 32nd mayor of Busan, South Korea.
Chang Deok-soo Chang Deok-soo (10 December 1894 – 2 December 1947) was a Korean politician, independence activist, journalist, and political scientist.
Cho Man-sik Cho Man-sik (조만식, pen-name Kodang) (1 February 1883 – October? 1950) was a nationalist activist in Korea's independence movement.
Cho Shik Cho Shik(korean:조식, hanja:曺植, June 26, 1501 - February 8, 1572) was Korean Joseon Dynastys Neo-Confucian scholar, educator, and poet.
Choe Bu Choe Bu was a Korean official during the early Joseon Dynasty. He is most well known for the account of his shipwrecked travels in China from February to July 1488, during the Ming Dynasty. He was eventually banished from the Joseon court in 1498 and executed in 1504 during two political purges.
Choe Manri Choe Manri was a deputy minister for education in the Hall of Worthies who spoke against the creation of hangul together with other Confucian scholars in 1444.
Chough Pyung-ok Chough Pyung-ok (also Cho Pyung-ok or Cho Byeong-ok; 1894 – 1960) was a South Korean politician.
Chun Yung-woo Chun Yung-woo is a top secretary of the Foreign Affairs and Security department in the Office of the President of the Republic of Korea.
Chung Chil-sung Chung Chil-sung (1897–1958), also known by her pen name Geumjuk, was a Korean dancer, feminist, and independence activist.
Chung Nanjung Chung Nanjung (hangul: 정난정; hanja: 鄭蘭貞, ? - November 13, 1565) was a Korean (Joseon Dynasty) politician and philosopher.
Chung Won-shik Chung Won-shik is a South Korean politician, educator, and soldier.
Five Eulsa Traitors The Five Eulsa Traitors refers to those officials serving under Emperor Gojong who signed the Eulsa Treaty of 1905 against Gojong's wishes, stripping the Korean Empire of its sovereignty and mak...
Gil Jae Gil Jae or Kil Jae (1353–1419) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and writer of Korea's Goryeo Dynasty and early Joseon Dynasty.
Heo Jeok Heo Jeok(1610 – May 11, 1680) was a politician during Joseon Dynasty.
Heo Mok Heo Mok (1593? or 1595? – April 27, 1682) was a Korean politician, poet and scholar of the Joseon Dynasty.
Hong Woo-won Hong Woo-won (Korean:홍우원, hanja:洪宇遠, 1605 - July 27, 1687) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.
Jang Hyungwang Jang Hyungwang was korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Educators, Neo-Confucian scholars.
Jeong Cheol Jeong Cheol (정철, 1536–1593) was a Korean statesman and poet.
Jeong Won-sik Jeong Won-sik(korean:정원식, hanja: 鄭元植, born August 5, 1928) is a South Korean politician and educator, Soldier and the 23rd Prime Minister of South Korea.
Kim Du-han Kim Du-han, also spelled Kim Doo-han was a South Korean politician and the son of Kim Jwa-jin, a famous Korean freedom fighter.
Kim Gap-sun Kim Gap-sun(hangul:김갑순, hanja:金甲淳, May 22 1872 - 1961) was Joseon Dynastys Bureaucracy and modern Korean Businessmen, politicians and realtors.
Kim Gu Kim Gu (김구; 金九; sometimes transliterated Kim Ku also known by his pen name Baekbeom (백범; 白凡;), August 29, 1876June 26, 1949), was one of the founders of the Republic of Korea, a South Kor...
Kim Hong-jip Kim Hong-jip was a Korean politician best known for his role as prime minister during the Gabo Reform period of 1895-1896.
Kim Hyo-won Kim Hyo-won was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo Confucian scholars.
Kim Hyowon Kim Hyowon(김효원, 金孝元, 1532 – 1 April 1590) was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politician and Writer, and a Neo Confucian scholar.
Kim Koo Kim Gu (also known by his pen name Baekbeom, August 29, 1876 June 26, 1949), the sixth and later the last president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, was a Korean pol...
Kim Kyu-sik Kim Kyu-Sik, also spelled Kimm Giusic and Kimm Kiusic (Korean:김규식, Hanja:金奎植, January 29, 1881 - December 10, 1950), was a Korean politician and academic during the Korean independen...
Kim Manjung Kim Man-jung (1637–1692) was a Korean novelist and politician of the mid-Joseon period.
Kim Ok-gyun Kim Ok-gyun 김옥균; 金玉均 1851–1894 was a reformist (Gaehwapa, 개화파) activist during the Joseon Dynasty of Korea.
Kim Se-jin Kim Se-jin (hangul:김세진, hanja:金世鎭, 1965–1987) was a South Korean Politicians, ideologist and anti-american activists.
Kim Seok-ju Kim Seok-ju or Kim Suk-ju (Korean: 김석주, hanja: 金錫冑, 1634 - September 20, 1684) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.
Kim Yuk Kim Yuk was a Korean Neo-Confucian scholar, politician and writer of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.
Kwon Sang-ha Kwon Sang-ha was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar of Joseon Dynasty.
Lee Hoe-yeong Lee Hoe-yeong, or Lee Hoe-Young, also known by Pen name as Woodang, (March 17, 1867-November 11, 1932) was a Korean Independence Activist and anarchist,and also one of the founders of Shin...
Lee Hoi-young Lee Hoi-young was a Korean Resistance activist, anarchist activists.
Lee Ja-kyum Lee Ja-kyum(hangul:이자겸 李資謙, ?-1126) was a Korean Goryeo Dynastys politician and soldier.
Lee Kyu-wan Lee Kyu-wan(이규완 李圭完; 1862-1946) was a politician, revolutionist during Korea's Joseon period.
Lee Lyang Lee Lyang(korean:이량, hanja:李梁, 1519 - 1583) was Korean Joseon Dynasty's politicians and powerful man from royal familys Jeonju Lee cleans.
Lee Wan-Yong Lee Wan-Yong was a pro-Japanese minister of Korea, who signed the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty, which placed Korea under Japanese rule in 1910.
Lee Wan-yong Lee Wan-Yong (17 July 1858 12 February 1926) was a pro-Japanese minister of Korea, who signed the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty, which placed Korea under Japanese rule in 1910.
Lim Heon-yong Lim Heon-yong (korean:임헌영, hanja:任軒永, January 15, 1941 -) is a South Korean author, journalist, critic, educator.
Min Won-sik Min Won-sik(Korea:민원식, hanja:閔元植, July 12, 1886 - February 17, 1921) was a Politicians and Journalists, Bureaucracy of Korean Joseon dynasty and Japanese ruled time.
Min Yeong-chan Min Yeong-chan, was scion of the powerful Min clan of the late Joseon period in Korea.
Myeongnim Dap-bu Myeongnim Dap-bu (67? – 179) (명림답부, 明臨答夫) was the first Guksang (국좌상, Prime Minister) of Goguryeo, and was known for his overthrowing of the tyrannical King Chadae, and his victory against...
Ok Kwan-bin Ok Kwan-bin(hangul:옥관빈, hanja:玉觀彬, ? - August 1, 1933) was a Korean Resistance activists and politicians, Businessman.
Pak Je-ga Pak Je-ga (1750–1815) was a scholar of school of Practical learning (Silhak) in the late Joseon Dynasty.
Park Eun-sik Park Eunsik was a historian and the second President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai during part of 1925.
Park Gyu-su Park Gyu-su (박규수, 朴珪壽, 1807–1877) was a scholar-bureaucrat, a teacher, a politician and a diplomat of Joseon Dynasty Korea.
Park Je-sun Park Je-sun (7 December 1858, Yongin - 20 June 1919) was a Korean politician and diplomat during the Joseon dynasty.
Park Jong-yang Park Jong-yang(korean:박정양, hanja:朴定陽, 1841–1904) was a Korean Joseon dynasty politician and edification activist.
Park Jung-yang Park Jung-yang (박중양; Hanja: 朴重陽; sometimes transliterated Park Joong-yang, May 3, 1874 or 1872 — April 23, 1959) was a Korean Joseon and Japanese-ruled Korean bureaucrat, polit...
Park taejoon Park Tae Joon (September 29, 1927 - December 13, 2011) was a South Korean soldier, politician, businessman and author.
Park Won-jong Park Won-jong was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politician and soldier.
Park Yeong-hyo Park Yeong-hyo (korean:박영효, 1861 - September 21, 1939) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician, enlightenment activist, diplomat and, during the Japanese Colonial Period in Korea a pro-Japanese a...
Park Young-hyo Park Young-hyo was Korean Joseon Dynasty's Politicians, diplomats and thinkers.
Ryu Sun-jeong Ryu Sun-jeong was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Neo-Confucianism Philosophers and Prime minister of Joseon Dynastys in 1512.
Seo Jae-chang Seo Jae-chang(hangul:서재창, hanja:徐載昌, 1866 - December 13, 1894) was a Korean politician, serviceperson, liberal ideologist during the Joseon dynasty.
Seong Hui-ahn Seong Hui-ahn(korean:성희안;成希顔, 1461–1513) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucianism Philosopher.
Shim Eui-gyeom Shim Eui-gyeom was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo Confucian scholars.
Shim Soon-Taek Shim Soon-Taek was a high-ranking official of the Korean Empire, who proposed an anti-Japan policy of Korea.
Shim Soon-taek Shim Soon-Taek (1824 - 1906) was a high-ranking official of the Korean Empire, who proposed an anti-Japan policy of Korea.
Song Byung-jun Song Byung-jun(Korean:송병준, hanja:宋炳濬, August 20, 1857, Changjin County – February 1, 1925) was a Korean Joseon dynasty politician and soldier, Neo-confucian philosopherand writer.
Song Ik-phil Song Ik-pili(February 10 1534 - August 8 1599) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar and Educator.
Song Ik-pil Song Ik-pil (February 10, 1534 - August 8, 1599) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar and Educator.
Song In Song In (in hangul 송인, in hanja 宋仁) was a civil official in the mid-Goryeo era who became the intermediary founder of the Jincheon Song clan.
Song Jun-gil Song Jun-gil, also known by his nickname Dongchundang, was a Korean politician and neo-Confucian scholar of the Joseon Dynasty.
Song Siyeol Song Si-yeol (송시열, Hanja: 宋時烈, 30 December 1607 - 19 July 1689), also known by his pennames U-am (우암) and U-jae (우재) or by the honorific Songja (송자, Hanja: 宋子), was a Joseon statesma...
Ye Wanyong Ye Wanyong (17 July 1858, Seongnam – 12 February 1926), also known as Yi Wan-yong was a pro-Japanese minister of Korea, who signed the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty, which placed Korea und...
Yeom Dong-jin Yeom Dong-jin(korean:염동진, hanja廉東振, February 14 1902 - 1950(?)) was a Korean politician, independent activist and terrorist.
Yeon Namsan Yeon Namsan (淵男産, 연남산) (639–701) was the third son of the Goguryeo military leader and dictator Yeon Gaesomun (603?–665).
Yi Donghwi Yi Donghwi was a prominent socialist of Korea, and the first Prime Minister of the Provisional Government of Republic of Korea.
Yi Je-hyeon Yi Je-hyeon (Korean:이제현, hanja:李齊賢, 1287–1367) was a politician and early Korean Neo-Confucianism scholar and philosopher, writer, and poet.
Yi Je-hyun Yi Je-hyun was a politician and early Korean Neo-Confucianism scholar and philosopher, writer, and poet.
Yi Kwang-su Yi Kwang-su (1892, Chongju – 1950) is a South Korean writer and independence activist.
Yi Si-yeong Sungjae Yi Si-yeong (korean:이시영;hanja:李始榮, December 3, 1868 – April 19, 1953) was a Korean politician, independence activist, educator and Neo-confucianism scholar.
Yu Chin-san Yu Chin-san (hangul:유진산, hanja:柳珍山, October 18 1905 - April 28 1974) was a South Korean politician and resistance activist, farmers activist and terrorist.
Yu Kil-chun Yu Kil-chun was a Korean reformist, thinker, writer, politician and independence activist of Korea's late Joseon Dynasty.
Yun Chi-chang Yun Chi-chang(윤치창;尹致昌, 1899-1973) was South Korean Diplomat, politician and businessman.
Yun Chi-ho Yun Chi-ho (hangul: 윤치호, hanja: 尹致昊, 1864 – 1945) was an important political activist and thinker during the late 1800s and early 1900s in Joseon Korea.
Yun Chi-Oh Yun Chi-oh (Korean:윤치오, Hanja:尹致旿; born 5 August 1869; died 2 December 1949) was a Korean educator and politician.
Yun Chi-oh Yun Chi-oh (Korean:윤치오, Hanja:尹致旿; born 5 August 1869; died 2 December 1949) was a Korean educator and politician.
Yun Chi-Wang General Yun Chi-Wang was a Japanese ruler of Korean Medical doctors, scientists, South Korean Medical doctors, scientists, Soldiers, surgeons.
Yun Chi-wang General Yun Chi-Wang(윤치왕, 尹致旺) (February 17, 1895 – December 21, 1982) was a Japanese ruler of Korean Medical doctors, scientists, South Korean Medical doctors, scientists, Soldiers, surgeons.
Yun Doo-su Yun Doo-su(윤두수, 尹斗壽, 1533 – 1601) was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo-Confucian scholars.
Yun Geun-su Yun Geun-su was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo-Confucian scholars.
Yun Hyu Yun Hyu (윤휴;尹鑴, 1617 – 1680) was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politician and Neo-Confucian scholar, poet.
Yun Im General Yun Im (1487-August 30, 1545) was a politician and soldier of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.
Yun Ung-nyeol General Yun Ung-nyeol or Yun Woong Niel (also known as Yun Ung-ryeol (윤웅렬, 1840-1911), was Joseon Dynasty and Korean Empire's solder and politicians.
Yun Won-hyung Yun Won-hyung(hangul:윤원형 ; hanja:尹元衡, 1509 - November 18 1565) was the Korean Joseon Dynasty's writer, philosopher and politician.
Yun Yeong-ryeol Yun Yeong-ryeol was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and soldier.