Shin Ik-hee

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Shin Ik-hee(Hangul: 신익희; Hanja: 申翼熙, June 9 1892 - May 5 1956) was Resistance activists and politicians, educator of South Korea. nickname was Haegong(해공, 海公) and Haehoo(해후, 海候), customs name was Yeogu(여구, 如耉). header of National Assembly of Koreas 1948 to 1954.

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