Kook Jin Moon

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Kook Jin Moon He was the last of the Moons' children to be born in Korea, in 1970, and he came with his family to the United States in 1973. He is married to Ji Yea Park, and the couple have four children and reside in Seoul Korea.

After attending primary and secondary school in Westchester, New York, he did his undergraduate studies at Vassar College and then got an MBA from Harvard University.

Kook Jin is a successful businessman, having created Kahr Arms as a 100 million dollar business from a 5 million dollar loan from his father. He is applying best practices to the Unification movement in East Asia. He is the President of Saeilo Enterprises, Inc., and CEO of the Unification Foundation in Korea.

He also serves as Chairman of the Young Jin Moon Charitable Foundation, which provides educational scholarships for seminary students and supports a number of non-profit enterprises.

He took over management of the Tongil Group, basing its management principles on the ideas of Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Temptations of a CEO.

“We focus on results,” he says, coming back to his management text’s five principles. “We strive to keep everybody confident and humble. We want people discussing matters freely. We want people developing trust, not authority. We’ve been working on changing attitudes.”[1]


  1. Sons Rise in a Moon Shadow - Forbes

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