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Robert Alexander Hardie (Korean: 하리영; Hanja: 谮翠薇; RR: Ha Riyeong; June 11, 1865 – June 30, 1949) was a Canadian physician and Methodist evangelist who for 45 years served as a missionary in Korea. He is recognized as the catalyst for the (1903) and also inspired the Great Pyongyang Revival (1907) in what is now North Korea.

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  • ر. أ. هاردي
  • R. A. Hardie
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  • ر. أ. هاردي هو طبيب كندي، ولد في 11 يونيو 1865 في هالديماند في كندا، وتوفي في 30 يونيو 1949 في لانسنغ في الولايات المتحدة.
  • Robert Alexander Hardie (Korean: 하리영; Hanja: 谮翠薇; RR: Ha Riyeong; June 11, 1865 – June 30, 1949) was a Canadian physician and Methodist evangelist who for 45 years served as a missionary in Korea. He is recognized as the catalyst for the (1903) and also inspired the Great Pyongyang Revival (1907) in what is now North Korea.
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  • Lansing, Michigan, U.S.
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  • Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada
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