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-Baek Beom Kim Gu (Baek Beom Ilji) “I will do good things in the forefront, but I will be honored to give credit and honor to others.”
-Testimony of Provisional State Council Member Just curious to search 1919 means a lot to Koreans. It was a year when the long lived movement was developed all over the country and the nation’s earnest desire for liberation was gathered. Many who lost their country due to the inequality treaty between Japan and the Korean Empire came out on the streets, flying the national flag, and shouting national independence. On April 11, 1919, a small opening candle lights up in Shanghai, China, not the motherland.
That’s right … Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea The interim government of Korea, also organized in Seoul and Russia, will be consolidated and operated as an integrated interim government in Shanghai, China. It is a place where many independent troops are commanded or active, and have risked their lives to liberate their country. In order to run such a government agency, representatives of ministries were needed, and a chairman of the ad hoc government was required. An educator and administrator unanimously set up a representative of the Provisional Government and began the struggle for independence. He is an important post in the Provisional Government and has become a spiritual proponent of independent soldiers such as Baek Beom Kim Gu and Dosan Ahn Chang Ho. Unfortunately, he was not well known in general history, and he was like the father of the great provisional government of Korea, which we did not know well. He is the first president of the Provisional Government and the father of the Provisional Government of Korea, Seok-oh Lee, who served as President of the Provisional Government, President, Prime Minister, Home Secretary, and Attorney General. Lee Dong-nyeong was born in 1869 as the son of Lee Byung-ok, who served as the Yeonghae county in Cheonan, Chungnam. He has Lee’s last name. Mr. Lee Dong-nyeong was proud of his ability, such as passing his past exams to prepare for his office. However, as Japan abolishes the past exams and harasses Koreans, it is time to start big activities for independence. In 1897, while joining the Independence Association and carrying out the rescue movement, the Manmin Joint Association was sentenced to seven months in prison for impeaching Japan’s wrong politics and leading the national movement. The people who played the prison together were Lee Joon, who is known as Special Envoy Hague, and Rhee Syngman who served as the first president of the Republic of Korea. When the Korea-Japan Power was signed in 1904, a youth society such as Yang Kee-Tak and Shin Chae-Ho was organized to promote the recovery of the sovereignty. And the following year, when I met a man at the Seoul Dongdong Church meeting in 1905, I led him to the nationalist movement and showed practical leadership. That guy is Kim goo Lee Dong-nyeong’s work was like a teacher, who was in charge of printing the Declaration of Independence from the Imperial Newspaper, a newspaper published in 1898, published only in Korean and inspiring independence for the people. Lee Jong-il was one of 33 people who took part in the Declaration of Independence of Korea. Emperor King Gojong of the Korean Empire also supported Gwangmu Reform, which emphasized the status of tyranny. He was behind the “Five Enemy Assassins” and led the New People’s Association, an organization that launched a democratic republic. His most important achievement was to unite politically divided missions into one, and to handle the subtitles of the presidents of his time, and to perform a smooth administration through delegation of authority. Many researchers say that the Korean Provisional Government would not have run properly without Mr. Lee’s activities. According to a book written by Professor Lee Hyun-hee, “Temporary President of Korea’s Provisional Government, Seok-Oh Dong-Nyeong and Baek-Beom Kim-Gu”, Dr. Kim and Dr. Chang-Ho Ahn, who led the Provisional Government at that time, received permission from Mr. Lee. Lee Dong-nyeong chose distorted information after liberation as the reason for his disappearance from history, and Lee Kwang-soo, the main character of the movie. When Kim was liberated, he asked novelist Lee Kwang-soo to correct Baekbeom’s diary, but he deleted or disparaged the novel and did not record his work properly. In March 1940, Lee Dong-nyeong closed his eyes in a will to unite the four parties in the Imjeong Pavilion. The interim government seemed difficult to create a unified camp because it was then divided into several parties and camps. But the news of Mr. Lee’s death is said to have been a great sadness and pain for most people in the interim government at the time. So the decentralized camps get to the start of the merger meeting. It seems that Lee Dong-nyeong took up a huge share in the interim government. Ladies and gentlemen! Until the provisional government becomes a formal government, we should remember Mr. Lee Dong-nyeong, the chief executive responsible for basic and decisive action.