2009 in South Korea

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2009
in
South Korea

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See also: Other events of 2009
Years in South Korea
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2009 in North Korea

Events from the year 2009 in South Korea.

Incumbents

Events

January

  • January 20 – The outbreak of bloodshed between police and residents in Yongsan.
  • January 24 – Kang Ho-sun, serial killer of murdering 17 people, was arrested.
  • January 31 – Open the all area of Gyeongbokgung to the public.

February

  • February 10 – A fire at the Hwawang Mountain during the burning flame grass festival, killed 4 people and 60 wounded.
  • February 25 – The key issues of new media laws are brought to the table.

March


May

June

July

August

September

  • September 6 – South Korea asks North Korea to explain a sudden discharge of dam water which left six people dead or missing across the border.
  • September 26 – Families separated meet at the Mount Kumgang resort, North Korea.

October

November

December

Birth

Deaths

Sidewalk memorial for Former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun set up across the street from Seoul City Hall on July 10, 2009.

See also

References

  1. ^ "UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Nuclear Test (Update1)". Bloomberg. May 25, 2009. Retrieved May 31, 2009. 
  2. ^ Times of India
  3. ^ indianexpress.com
  4. ^ China seizes smuggled metal bound for North Korea – Reuters
  5. ^ "Former S. Korean President Kim Dae-Jung Dies". The Seoul Times. August 18, 2009. Retrieved August 18, 2009. 
  6. ^ (in Korean) 'V10' 타이거즈, 12년 미뤄뒀던 '신화'를 쓰다...KIA 우승 의미
  7. ^ Xaykaothao, Doualy (2009-11-12)In South Korea, Nation Stops For Mega Exam NPR
  8. ^ Boys over Flowers' Actress Jang Found Dead in Apparent Suicide
  9. ^ Actress found dead, apparent suicide
  10. ^ Female Film Producer Jung Dies
  11. ^ Actress Yeo Woon-gae, 69, Dies of Lung Cancer
  12. ^ Veteran Actress Do Passes Away
  13. ^ Yu, pioneering filmmaker, passes away
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