(September 14, 1948 – August 4, 2003) was the 5th son of Chung Ju-yung, the founder of the South Korean Hyundai conglomerate. After the death of his father, he took over part of his father's role and became the chairman of Hyundai Asan, the company in charge of various business ventures between North and South Korea. He committed suicide in 2003.
or ChungMong Joon, (born October 17, 1951, in Busan, South Korea) is a South Korean businessman and politician. He is honorary vice president of FIFA FIFA Executive Committee and the former president of the Korea Football Association. He is also the controlling shareholder in Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, the second-largest Korean chaebol and one of the largest corporations in the world. He is the sixth son of the Hyundai conglomerate founder, Chung Ju-yung. Chung is a graduate of Seoul National University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Johns Hopkins University where he earned his Ph.D. He is also the chairman of the board of the University of Ulsan and Ulsan College in Ulsan, South Korea. Ulsan College
07.01.2013 - -Kia Automotive Group aims to increase 2013 sales by no more than 4 percent! Hyundai Motor Group chairman ChungMong […] During his annual speech to employees on Wednesday, Group chairman ChungMong-koo, revealed that the carmaker has slowed down