Chung Doo-un

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Chung Doo-un
Personal details
Born (1957-03-06) 6 March 1957 (age 61)
Jongno, Seoul
South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Political party Grand National Party
Alma mater Seoul National University
Georgetown University
Kookmin University
Profession Politician
Website Official Website
Chung Doo-un
Hangul 정두언
Revised Romanization Jeong Dueon
McCune–Reischauer Chŏng Duŏn

Chung Doo-un (정두언, born 6 March 1957) is a South Korean politician who was Vice-Mayor of Seoul from 2000 to 2003.

Chung, along with Chu ho-young and Park Hyung-jun, was a close associate of President Lee Myung-bak but later became critical of him and the leadership of the Grand National Party after Lee's election.[1] On 26 August 2011, he described Lee Myung-bak's fair society governance as a failure due to the prime minister-led surveillance against civilians in 2010.[2]

The Minjoo party's Kim Young-ho took his seat in the National Assembly at the 20th general election, held on 13 April 2016.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Lee (이), Jong-tak (종탁) (2011-05-09). "[이종탁이 만난 사람] 정두언 한나라당 최고의원". Kyunghyang Sinmun (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-08-08. 
  2. ^ Kwon (권), O-seong (오성) (2011-08-16). 정두언 한나라당 의원 "공정사회는 종쳤다" . The Hankyeoreh (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  3. ^ kim, su jin (2016-04-14). "Kim young ho is elected against chung doo un". 

External links

  • (in Korean) Twitter
  • (in Korean) Official Website
  • (in Korean) Naver blog
  • (in Korean) Tistory blog
National Assembly of South Korea
Preceded by
Jang Se-sik
Member of the Assembly for Seodaemun-eul
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