Author:Chang Myon

Chang Myŏn

South Korean politician, educator, and ambassador. 4th Vice President of South Korea (1956–1960), 2nd & 7th Prime Minister of South Korea (1950–1952, 1960–1962). Korean/South Korean ambassador to the United States. Penname was 운석 (Unseok, Unsŏk or Unsuk)

Chang Myŏn



  • Root of investigators (구도자의 길)
  • The Summary of Religious Terms
  • Korean Catholic Church's Brief History (조선천주공교회약사)
  • St. Gemma
  • The Sister(누이, 1935)


  • Cardinal Gibbons (1944). The Faith of Our Fathers.
  • F. I. Remler (1962). Why Must I Suffer?
  • M.V.Woodgate (1964). St.Vincent de Paul


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