Yi See-young

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Yi See-young (Korean: 이시영, 李始榮, 3 December 1868 - 19 April 1953) was a politician and independence activist, politicians and Neo-confucian scholars of South Korea. He was first Vice President of South Korea 1948 to 1952. His pen name was Seongjae (성재, 省齋), Seerimshanin[1](시림산인, 始林山人).

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  • Gamseemanuh(감시만어, 感時漫語)

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  1. mountin gyungju's peoples

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Preceded by
1st Vice President of South Korea
Succeeded by
Kim Seong-su