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May 27, 1992 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kim Dae Jung was nominated Tuesday by his opposition Democratic Party to run for president for a third time, and he pledged to transform South Korea into a power that would stand alongside the advanced industrialized democracies. Kim, 68, won 1,413 votes, or 60%, in a party convention, against 925 for Lee Ki Taek, 54--almost exactly the ratio of Kim and Lee's separate followings when the two men amalgamated their forces into the new opposition party last year.
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May 27, 1992 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kim Dae Jung was nominated Tuesday by his opposition Democratic Party to run for president for a third time, and he pledged to transform South Korea into a power that would stand alongside the advanced industrialized democracies. Kim, 68, won 1,413 votes, or 60%, in a party convention, against 925 for Lee Ki Taek, 54--almost exactly the ratio of Kim and Lee's separate followings when the two men amalgamated their forces into the new opposition party last year.
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May 26, 1986 | By DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
The two Korean immigrants--one a longtime foe of South Korea's military-backed government, the other a recently converted critic--were in an exultant mood as they awaited the arrival of the guest of honor for a ballroom banquet at the Hyatt Wilshire Hotel.
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May 4, 1992 | KENNETH J. GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The South Korean government has dispatched a delegation to Los Angeles to seek reparations for hundreds of Korean and Korean-American store owners who suffered damage in last week's rioting, the country's Foreign Ministry announced Sunday. The government said a group headed by Assistant Foreign Minister Ho Seung would meet today with Mayor Tom Bradley and other officials to discuss compensation for Korean-owned businesses that were destroyed or crippled by the violence.
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