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Han Seung-oh

Han Seung-oh (Korean한승오; Hanja韓昇旿; born 1978) was a South Korean human rights activist and civil activist. He was one of founding members of Man of Korea (남성연대) also 2nd leader of Man of Korea, July 29, 2013 until August 14.

Han was born in Seoul. In 2008 he was a founding member of Man of Korea, also May 1, 2012, he was appointed to one Leader of General Affairs Team for Sung Jae-gi. On July 8 and July 22 he was Participation of Visit protest for Jecheon Women's Library with Sung Jae-gi. 8 month later, he was appointed to Secretary General of Man of Korea.

In July 25, 2013, he was nominated as successor to Sung Jae-gi, before his death.[1] in July 26, 2013 Han was one of visitors Sung Jae-gi's suicide, but he was did not discourage.[2] after four days, Seoul city police investigated, with an innocent disposition.[3]

From July 26 to August 14, Han was Sung Jae-gi's funeral and case settled. but this did not rectify infighting so there was demand resignation from some member of Man of Korea. On August 21 2013, he resigned.

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Preceded by
Sung Jae-gi
2nd Head of Korean male Association
July 29, 2013 – August 14, 2013
Succeeded by
Kim In-seok