Chung Ju-yung Birthday, Date of Birth

Chung Ju-yung

Chung Ju-yung or Jung Joo-young (November 25, 1915 – March 21, 2001), was a South Korean entrepreneur, businessman and the founder of Hyundai Groups of South Korea. Raised as the eldest son of a poor Korean farmer, he became the richest man in South Korea. Chung was an integral part to the rapid development of Korea's economy, growing Hyundai Heavy Industries to be the largest ship builder in the world, as well as growing Hyundai Motor Group into the largest automobile manufacturer in Korea, and the third largest in the world. Chung was also a vital contributor to the development of South Korea's infrastructure after the Korean War's destruction of infrastructure, such as constructing the Gyeongbu Expressway in 1970, connecting the capital, Seoul, to the port city of Busan, in alliance with the President Park Chung Hee.

Chung's business ventures steered through the tumultuous times of the Japanese occupation of South Korea as well as the post-Korean War stresses on the economy. Chung explained his success in his statement: "Our people succeeded because they devoted their enterprising spirits. They used the forces of other mind. Conviction ... creates indomitable efforts. This is the key to (true) miracles ... Man's potential is limitless."

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, November 25, 1915
Place of Birth
North Korea
Age
106
Star Sign

The November 25, 1915 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 328 day of the year. President of the United States was Woodrow Wilson.

If you were born on this day, you are 106 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, November 25, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, November 25, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 38,721 days, or about 929,312 hours, or about 55,758,739 minutes, or about seconds.

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25th of November 1915 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 25, 1915

Gorizia Reported Taken by Italians After a Campaign of Four Months

Date: 26 November 1915

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

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GERMAN PENSION SYSTEM.; Widow of a Private Soldier Now Gets $100 a Year.

Date: 26 November 1915

is prisoner in Russia, career

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BRITISH TAKE OVER GIANT DUTCH LINER.; Paid $5,000,000 for the Statendam, Building at Belfast, Says Officer from London. FOR DARDANELLES SERVICE New White Star Ship, Britannic, Expected to Leave Yards for Hospital Work at Once.

Date: 26 November 1915

Govt. takes over S. S. Statendam and Britannica for hospital service to the Dardanelles

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ASSAILS FRENCH SOCIALISTS; Reichstag Leader Says Their Aim Is Annexation of Territory.

Date: 26 November 1915

assails annexationist aims of French socialists in German Reichstag

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THE IDIOTIC CENSORSHIP'; Sydney Brooks Blames It for Failure of Allies' Loan in Chicago.

Date: 26 November 1915

Special to The New York Times

S. Brooks blames idiotic British censorship for failure of allied loan in Chicago

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SEEKS TO ENJOIN THE MORRIS PLAN; David Stein of Newport News, Va., Claims to Have Originated Its System of Loans. WANTS A SHARE OF PROFITS New York Branch, Which Is Defendant, Lends Small Sums on Character of the Borrower.

Date: 26 November 1915

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MISSING BRITISH CREW SAFE; Men from the Tara, Sunk by a Submarine, Seen on Tripoli Border.

Date: 26 November 1915

crew of British S. S. Tara seen on Tripoli border

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SHOT WOMAN FOR DEER.; Maine Hunter Absolved by Victim as She Lay Dying.

Date: 26 November 1915

Bartlett, Mrs. Reuben, killed, was mistaken for a deer

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Article 4 -- No Title

Date: 26 November 1915

statement with regard to Lady Paget by F. H. Markoe

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RUSSIAN TROOPS EMBARK; Reni Harbor Filled with Boats and Danube Traffic to Galatz Suspended. KUROPATKIN TO COMMAND 17,400 Serbs and 25 Guns Taken When Mitrovitza and Pristina Were Occupied. GERMANS MAY BE IN PRILEP Gallwitz's Army Hurrying South to Join Bulgars in Attack on British and French.

Date: 26 November 1915

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

sends telegram to Premier Pashitch promising Serbia that Russian troops will invade Bulgaria in a week

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Date:

Full Article

Gorizia Reported Taken by Italians After a Campaign of Four Months

Date: 26 November 1915

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Full Article

GERMAN PENSION SYSTEM.; Widow of a Private Soldier Now Gets $100 a Year.

Date: 26 November 1915

is prisoner in Russia, career

Full Article

BRITISH TAKE OVER GIANT DUTCH LINER.; Paid $5,000,000 for the Statendam, Building at Belfast, Says Officer from London. FOR DARDANELLES SERVICE New White Star Ship, Britannic, Expected to Leave Yards for Hospital Work at Once.

Date: 26 November 1915

Govt. takes over S. S. Statendam and Britannica for hospital service to the Dardanelles

Full Article

ASSAILS FRENCH SOCIALISTS; Reichstag Leader Says Their Aim Is Annexation of Territory.

Date: 26 November 1915

assails annexationist aims of French socialists in German Reichstag

Full Article

THE IDIOTIC CENSORSHIP'; Sydney Brooks Blames It for Failure of Allies' Loan in Chicago.

Date: 26 November 1915

Special to The New York Times

S. Brooks blames idiotic British censorship for failure of allied loan in Chicago

Full Article

SEEKS TO ENJOIN THE MORRIS PLAN; David Stein of Newport News, Va., Claims to Have Originated Its System of Loans. WANTS A SHARE OF PROFITS New York Branch, Which Is Defendant, Lends Small Sums on Character of the Borrower.

Date: 26 November 1915

Full Article

MISSING BRITISH CREW SAFE; Men from the Tara, Sunk by a Submarine, Seen on Tripoli Border.

Date: 26 November 1915

crew of British S. S. Tara seen on Tripoli border

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SHOT WOMAN FOR DEER.; Maine Hunter Absolved by Victim as She Lay Dying.

Date: 26 November 1915

Bartlett, Mrs. Reuben, killed, was mistaken for a deer

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Article 4 -- No Title

Date: 26 November 1915

statement with regard to Lady Paget by F. H. Markoe

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RUSSIAN TROOPS EMBARK; Reni Harbor Filled with Boats and Danube Traffic to Galatz Suspended. KUROPATKIN TO COMMAND 17,400 Serbs and 25 Guns Taken When Mitrovitza and Pristina Were Occupied. GERMANS MAY BE IN PRILEP Gallwitz's Army Hurrying South to Join Bulgars in Attack on British and French.

Date: 26 November 1915

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

sends telegram to Premier Pashitch promising Serbia that Russian troops will invade Bulgaria in a week

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