Park Eunsik
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Park Eunsik was a historian and the second President
President
A president is a leader of an organization, company, trade union, university, or country.Etymologically, a president is one who presides, who sits in leadership...

 of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
The Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea was the partially recognised government in exile of Korea, based in Shanghai, China, and later in Chongqing, during the Colonial Korea.-History:...

 in Shanghai
Shanghai
Shanghai is the largest city by population in China and the largest city proper in the world. It is one of the four province-level municipalities in the People's Republic of China, with a total population of over 23 million as of 2010...

 during part of 1925. Soon after the impeachment of Syngman Rhee
Syngman Rhee
Syngman Rhee or Yi Seungman was the first president of South Korea. His presidency, from August 1948 to April 1960, remains controversial, affected by Cold War tensions on the Korean peninsula and elsewhere. Rhee was regarded as an anti-Communist and a strongman, and he led South Korea through the...

 from the presidency, Park was elected the president, but he soon died from illness while in office. Park was succeeded by Yi Sang-ryong
Yi Sang-ryong
Yi Sang-ryong was a Korean Liberation activist, serving as the third president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea from 1925 to 1926. Yi Sang-ryong, along with Yi Si-yeong and Yi Dong-nyung, started the Military School of the New Rising in 1911.-Notes:...

 as the president.

Park Eunsik's writings

  • Neo-Confucianism Reformation Argument (Yugyo gusinnon; ) in 1909.
  • Painful History of Korea (Hanguk tongsa; ) in 1919. Is telling the history in 1911~about 1930
  • The Bloody History of the Korean Independence Movement
    Korean independence movement
    The Korean independence movement grew out of the Japanese colonial rule of the Korean peninsula from 1910 to 1945. After the Japanese surrendered, Korea became independent; that day is now an annual holiday called Gwangbokjeol in South Korea, and ChogukhaebangÅ­i nal in North Korea.-Background:In...

    (Hanguk dongnip undong ji hyeolsa; ) in 1920.
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