Two Parliamentary Committee Senior Staff Tapped as Deputy Secy. Gen. of National Assembly Secretariat
The National Assembly Secretariat has appointed Lee Byung-gil, senior staff for the National Assembly Special Committee on Budget & Accounts, to be deputy secretary general for administrative affairs of the secretariat. Lim Byung-kyu, senior staff for the National Assembly Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs Committee, has been tapped as deputy secretary general for legislative affairs of the secretariat.
Deputy Secy. Gen. Lee passed the 7th higher legislative examination and worked for the National Assembly’s various committees, including the House Steering Committee and the Public Administration and Security Committee, before serving as chief of the secretariat’s Office of Planning and Coordination. Deputy Secy. Gen. Lim’s career included stints at the National Assembly Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs Committee, and the National Assembly Agriculture, Forestry, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Committee.
In the meantime, Chi Sung-bae, the senior staff member of the National Assembly Agriculture, Food, and Fisheries Committee has been named to return to the Knowledge Economy Committee where he served once before.
Korean Air Chmn. Cho's Offspring Get Promotions
The three children of Hanjin Group Chairman Cho Yang-ho were among the list of the 53 executives and senior officers who have been promoted or reshuffled recently. Their promotions, as third generation offspring of the group’s owning family, are considered to give more say to management at Korean Air, business analysts said.
Cho Won-tae, senior vice president in charge of Korean Air's management strategies, and Cho Hyun-ah, senior vice president in charge of Korean Air’s in-flight meals, hotels, and customer services, have been promoted to executive vice president. Cho Hyun-min, assistant senior vice president in charge of the airline’s public relations and also senior vice president of Jin Air, was promoted to senior vice president at Korean Air.
Exec.. Vice Pres. Cho Won-tae, Exec.. Vice Pres. Cho Hyun-ah, Senior Vice Pres. Cho Hyun-min
AMOREPACIFIC CEO Suh Promoted to Group Chairman
AMOREPACIFIC Corp. President & CEO Suh Kyung-bae has been promoted to chairman of AMOREPACIFIC Group, the holding company of AMOREPACIFIC. He has also retained AMOREPACIFIC Corp. president & CEO status.
A graduate of Yonsei University Business Administration Department and Cornell University, Suh is the second son of the late group founder Suh Sung-hwan. The junior Suh, who entered AMOREPACIFIC in 1987, has been credited with raising AMOREPACIFIC’s corporate value by embracing a choice and concentration strategy. The group has the structure of a holding company, AMOREPACIFIC Group, and its subsidiary AMOREPACIFIC Corp.
The group appointed Sohn Young-chul, AMOREPACIFIC advisor, to be the president of AMOREPACIFIC Group.
The group carried out its reorganization calling for consolidating sales and marketing into a kind of business division and restructuring Korea’s head office and overseas operations, centering around each brand in order to achieve its vision of rising to the ranks of the world’s top seven cosmetics firms by 2020.
AMOREPACIFIC Group Chmn. Suh Kyung-bae and President Sohn Young-chul
Ex-Daelim Industrial Exec.. Yoon Tapped as Hanyang Corp. President
Hanyang Corp. appointed Yoon Young-gu, head of Daelim Industrial’s Civil Engineering Division, to be its president.
The new Hanyang Corp. president has been in the civil engineering field since 1980 when he entered Daelim Industrial as a freshman employee. His career included stints at the nation’s major construction sites, including the Seohae Grand Bridge, the nation’s longest cable-stayed bridge built over the sea.
Hanyang Corp. Pres. Yoon Young-gu
Dongkuk Steel Exec. Vice Pres. Nam Promoted to President.
Dongkuk Steel Group conducted a reshuffle promoting Dongkuk Steel Executive Vice President Nam Yoon-young to president.
A graduate of Seoul National University Metal Engineering Department, the new Dongkuk Steel was a freshman employee of the Dongkuk Steel’s Busan Steelworks in 1978. He has held such positions as stints at Incheon and Poh-ang Steelworks, overseas operations in Japan and the united States. He served as chief in charge of planning, and executive vice president in charge of planning, management and resour-ces & equipment.
Dongkuk Steel President Nam Yoon-young