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Park Jung-yang

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Park Jung-yang (1907.06)

Park Jung-yang (Korean: 박중양, hanja: 朴重陽, May 3, 1872April 23, 1959) was a Korean bureaucrat, politician and scholar, popular rights activist and liberalism activist. He lived during the Joseon Dynasty and Japanese rule of Korea. He was an active pro-Japanese collaborator. His pen name was Haeahk (해악, 海岳Ilso (일소, 一笑). Another name was Wongeun (원근, 源根).

Books[change | change source]

  • Park Jungyang's Diary
  • Sulhoi (술회, 述懷)

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