Geum Min

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Geum Min
Hangul 금민
Hanja 琴民
Revised Romanization Geum Min
McCune–Reischauer Kŭm Min
Geum Min, the 16th party convention of Socialist Party in 2012.
Geum Min
Born (1962-09-03) September 3, 1962 (age 55)
Busan, South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Alma mater Korea University (1981–1985)
University of Göttingen (1989–2001)
Organization Preparatory Committee for Collective Action for Basic Income (2014–)
Basic Income Korean Network (2009–)
Socialist Party
  • Delegate (2006–2008)
Predecessor Shin Seog Jun
Successor Choi Gwang-eun
Political party Labor Party (2013–)
Socialist Party (2001–2013)

Geum Min is a South Korean politician. He was a Socialist Party delegate from 2006 until 2008.[1] He also came forward as a candidate in the 17th presidential election.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Ryu Jeong-min (2006-10-30). 사회당 새 대표에 금민씨 [Geum Min by new delegate of Socialist Party]. Media Today (in Korean). Retrieved 2014-03-22. 
  2. ^ Seo Jin-bal (2007-12-10). 금민 사회당후보 "노동사회 혁신 이뤄내겠다" [Socialist Party Geum Min, "I will have to make a break-through in the labor society"]. Yeonhap News (in Korean). Ulsan. Retrieved 2014-03-22. 

External links

  • Geum Min's website (in Korean)
  • Geum Min on Facebook (in Korean)
  • Geum Min on Twitter (in Korean)
Party political offices
Preceded by
Shin Seog Jun
Leader of the Socialist Party
Succeeded by
Choi Gwang-eun
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