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Hwang In-sung (January 9, 1926, Muju, North Jeolla – October 11, 2010, Seoul) was a South Korean soldier and politician who served as the 25th Prime Minister. Born in the 4th Military Academy, he was appointed as a Major General in 1968. After the May 16 military affairs, he worked as a politician. Later, he joined the Democratic Party, serving as a member of the 11th, 12th and 14th National Assembly and as the first Prime Minister of the Civilian Government in 1993. He then resigned as prime minister for 10 months due to an open rice ripple. In 1996, he served as a standing advisor to the Kumho Asiana Group. He served as a chairman of the Ahn Jung-geun association from 2002 until his death.

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  • 黄寅性(韓語:황인성,1926年1月9日-2010年10月11日)韓国國務總理、退役陸軍少將、企业家、政界人士。他是金泳三政府的首任总理,因有限开放大米进口风波而辞职。
  • Hwang In-sung (January 9, 1926, Muju, North Jeolla – October 11, 2010, Seoul) was a South Korean soldier and politician who served as the 25th Prime Minister. Born in the 4th Military Academy, he was appointed as a Major General in 1968. After the May 16 military affairs, he worked as a politician. Later, he joined the Democratic Party, serving as a member of the 11th, 12th and 14th National Assembly and as the first Prime Minister of the Civilian Government in 1993. He then resigned as prime minister for 10 months due to an open rice ripple. In 1996, he served as a standing advisor to the Kumho Asiana Group. He served as a chairman of the Ahn Jung-geun association from 2002 until his death.
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  • Hwang In-sung (January 9, 1926, Muju, North Jeolla – October 11, 2010, Seoul) was a South Korean soldier and politician who served as the 25th Prime Minister. Born in the 4th Military Academy, he was appointed as a Major General in 1968. After the May 16 military affairs, he worked as a politician. Later, he joined the Democratic Party, serving as a member of the 11th, 12th and 14th National Assembly and as the first Prime Minister of the Civilian Government in 1993. He then resigned as prime minister for 10 months due to an open rice ripple. In 1996, he served as a standing advisor to the Kumho Asiana Group. He served as a chairman of the Ahn Jung-geun association from 2002 until his death. He died of old age on October 11, 2010 at the age of 84.
  • 黄寅性(韓語:황인성,1926年1月9日-2010年10月11日)韓国國務總理、退役陸軍少將、企业家、政界人士。他是金泳三政府的首任总理,因有限开放大米进口风波而辞职。
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