Yun Chi-ho

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Yun Chi-ho (Yun Tchi-ho, korean:윤치호 尹致昊, December 26, 1864 - December 9, 1945) was a Korean Independent activists and politicians, educators, thinkers. one of revolutionists of Korean Joseon dynastys. a leader of an Independent club, ten thousand peoples club, Independent news, also 2nd chairman of Independent news. In 1909, he was founder of New Peoples club, it's Korean independent military education and training, enlightenment club. he was magnate anti-Japanese activists and South Methodist Church of Korea, one lyric writer of Korean patriotic song national anthem.[1] a nickname was Jwaong

In 1883, he was first member and staff of United States Embassy to Joseon. In 1888 to 1891 Studying in Vanderbilt University, 1891 to 1893 Studying in Emory Universitys. Yun Chi-ho was an uncle of Yun Bo-seon, 4th Presidents of South Korea and 2nd Mayor of Seoul.

Work books

  • Yun Chi-ho's diary:1883 to 1943
  • The Yun Chi-ho's letters


Yun Chi-ho was one of early convert to Christianity of Korea. he was return to his country 1896, release of all Slave of his house. Yun Chi-ho was first abolitionists of Koreas.[2] Yun Chi-ho was Study abroad in Japan 1881 to 1883, study abroad China(1885 - 1888) and United States.

his son Yun Young-sun, Served for Agriculture minister of South Korea 1950 to 1952.

See also

Site link


  1. loving Korean Song
  2. Kong Dok-kui, 《I was with them》 (Seoul:Korean Woman News, 1994)