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Moon-Boo Cho, Korean former academic administrator. Named Best Decoration in Decoration Civil Servants, 2001; recipient Presidential Nation medal, Korea, 1979, Meritorious Service certified, Korean Self-Government, 1995-1996.


Cho, Moon-Boo was born on December 13, 1935 in Jejushi, Republic of Korea.


Bachelor in Public Administration, Seoul National University, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy in Politics, Seikei University, Japan, 1993.


Professor Cheju National University, 1965—1997, president, 1997—2001. Visiting researcher Law College Tokyo University, 1980—1983. Visiting scholar Yale Law School, New Haven, 1991—1992, dean College Social Science, 1985—1988, dean academy affairs, 1988—1990, dean graduate school public administration, 1993—1995.

Chief Regional Consultant Subcommittee Cheju Provincial Office, 1986—1988.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Law and Pollution, 1974, The Special Feature of Korean Civil Servant's Institution, 1984, Korean Local Government, 1995, 2000, The Structure and Function of Budget Decision Process, 1997.


Member Cheju Island Education Committee, 1979—1980. Vice chief Cheju Election Committee, 1984—1990. Public welfare delegate Cheju Labour Relations Board, 1979—1987.

Member Rebuilding Korea, 1998. Member of Korean Association Local Autonomy (vice chief since 1989, director since 1989), Korean Association Public Administrative Law since 1979, (vice chief since 1979), Korean Association Public Administration (director since 1979).


Married Hee-Zah Park. 6 children.

Hee-Zah Park