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Koihime Musou Girls and the Defenders of the Land of Morning Calm

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In this column, I will introduce notable Chiefs of Staff, Chiefs of Naval Operations, Directors of Intelligence and Ministers of National Defense which are co-related with Koihime Musou Girls. Generals' names highlighted in cardinal reddenote the Koihime-Korean Catholics.

Ministers of National Defense, Republic of Korea
Li Dian (Ministers with the Surname of Lee) LEE Beom-seok (이범석/李範奭) - General of Korean Liberation Army, 1st LEE Ki-poong (이기붕/李起鵬) - Civilian (as Vice-President of ROK), 3rdMajor General LEE Jong-chan (이종찬/李鐘贊) - ROK Army, 8thLieutenant General LEE Byung-tae (이병태/李炳台) - ROK Army, 31stAir Chief Marshal LEE Yang-ho (이양호/李養鎬) - ROK Air Force (AFCS, JCS), 32ndGeneral LEE Kee-baik (이기백/李基百) - ROK Army (JCS), 24thGeneral LEE Jong-koo (이종구/李鍾九) - ROK Army (CAS), 28thGeneral Simon LEE Sang-hoon (이상훈/李相薰) - ROK Army, 27thGeneral LEE Joon (이준/李俊) - ROK Army, 37th General LEE Sang-hee (이상희/李相憙) - ROK Army (JCS), 41st
Zhou Yu = Air Chief Marshal JOO Young-bok (주영복/周永福) - ROK Air …

Bespectacled Koihime Musou Girls and Notable Bespectacled Clansmen, Part II: Kwak (곽/郭)

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Introducing Kwak Clansmen who wear the glasses. This article is divided into subtopics; the Hyeonpung-Posan Lineage and Cheongju Lineage. Let's take a look.

The Hyeonpung-Posan Line Kwak Sang-hoon (곽상훈/郭尙勳; Born: October 21st 1896 at the slopes of Mount Geumjeong, Busan Geumjeong-gu, ROK - Died: January 19th 1980 at Ui-dong, Seoul Gangbuk-gu, ROK) - A South Korean Politician and Korean Independence Activist before Korea liberated from Imperial Japanese Forces on August 15th 1945 (Gwangbokjeol). His pen name is SamYeon (삼연/三然). He was the Speaker of the National Assembly of South Korea for 4th and 5th sessions in the Second Republic and Assemblyman for Incheon-gap (Incheon First Electoral District; May 31st 1948 - May 30th 1950) and Incheon-eul (Incheon Second Electoral District; 1950-1961). He became the Interim President of the Republic of Korea for a week (June 16th 1960 - June 23rd 1960) in prior to April Revolution that resulting Syngman Rhee forced to resign as President. In 19…

Bespectacled Koihime Musou Girls and Notable Bespectacled Clansmen, Part I: Jeon-Fields (전/田)

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For your information, here are eleven out of sixty-one Koihime-Koreans wear glasses. In this article, we have revealed twelve notable people from Jeon-Fields clan who wear glasses and majority of them are from the Damyang Lineage. Let's getting along with the Fields.
Chun Sook-hee (전숙희/田淑禧; Born: May 15th 1919 in Wonsan, Southern Hamgyeong Province (Present-day Gangwon Province), DPRK - Died: August 1st 2010 at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Seongnam Bundang-gu, Gyeonggi Province, ROK) - Older sister of the Founder of Paradise Group, Chun Rak-won and aunt of the Current CEO of the group, Phillip Chun. Her pen name is Byeokgang (벽강/璧江). As an aspired writer-essayist, she received the prestigious award from the Government of the Republic of Korea; Order of Cultural Merit, EunGwan Medal (Silver Crown/2nd class) in 2005.Jeon Soo-ahn (전수안/田秀安; Born: August 12th 1952 in Busan Metropole, ROK) - Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Korea (July 11th 2006 - July 10th 2012). Sh…

Latest Update: 34 Koihime-Korean Clans

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Finally, the 34 Korean Clans associated with Koihime Musou girls are assembled. Added with two latest clans listed in 2015 Korean Republic Census, Kwan and Emphasis Ha Clans. 
대한민국 만세, 연희몽상소녀들 만세! Long Live the Republic of Korea, Long Live the Koihime Musou Girls!

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XVII (FINAL) - Enter the two NEW clans.

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Ahem.
Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce two new clans that surfaced in the recent census, the Kwan and Ha Clans. Be advised that Korean Surname of Ha does not mean as Stream in Korean but it is the 'Emphasis Ha', as we used it in Korean Hanja before the promulgation of Hangul by King Sejong the Great, Fourth King of Joseon Dynasty in 1446





With three additional Koihime Musou Girls in Korea, the population of these girls who resided in the land of the Morning Calm increased to 61. 

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XVI - Demographics (Section G-경)

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This is the last part of the Koihime-Korean Clan Demographics. Be advised that the demographics are applicable to the clan which consists more than 5,000 people. Let's finish this.

25. Kah Clan (賈 - The Merchant)
26. Kam Clan (甘 - Sweet)
27. Jegal Clan (諸葛 - Various Vines)
28. Dong Clan (董 - Direct and Supervise)


-Yep. That concludes our today's demographics.-

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XV - Demographics (Section F-기)

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Are you calling for the mountains beneath Taebaek Range? Or.... flat lands beneath Yedang Plains in Chungcheong Province? You bet it. This is big rack and plank wood special of the Korean Clan Demographics. Enjoy. 

21. Yook Clan (陸 - Continent and Mainland)

22. Maeng Clan (孟 - Great, Eminent and First in Series)

23. Jeong Clan (程 - Journey Agenda)

24. Hwangbo Clan (皇甫 - The Great Sovereign)



- Next, the FINALE. -

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XIV - Demographics (Section E-무)

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Recently, President Moon Jae-in appointed Joo Young-hoon as the chief of Presidential Security Service of Korea. He served as the bodyguard for the late President Roh Moo-hyun throughout Roh's presidency (2003~2008). This is Joo's second appointment from the Liberal-leaned Democratic Party of Korea and serving two former human rights lawyer buddies. In this part, Chief Joo's surname is included as well.

17. Roh Clan (魯 - Vulgar and Rash)
18. Ma Clan (馬 - Horse)
19. Joo Clan (周 - The State of Zhou)
20. Wie Clan (魏 - The State of Wei)

- Next, big-boobed klutzy glasses girl is leading the list. -

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XIII - Demographics (Section D-정)

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Yet, the Koihime Musou Girls and the glasses made an EPIC WIN for this demographic. Presenting to you next four clans: Jeon-Fields, Jin, Uhm and Yeo. 


13. Jeon Clan (田 - Fields, the Latter Surname of the Goryeo Royal Household after the Foundation of Joseon Dynasty)


14. Jin Clan (陳 - Royal Surname of Chinese Chen Dynasty)


15. Uhm Clan (嚴 - Strict and Rigid)


16. Yeo Clan (呂 - Music Temperament)



- To be Continued to the Next Part. -


Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XII - Demographics (Section C-병)

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The demographic continues with the noble clans during Gaya Confederacy and Goryeo-Joseon Dynasties Periods. Plus with two clans with glasses.
9. Heo Clan (許 - Allow and Permit, the Royal Surname of Geumgwan Gaya on Queen Boju Heo Hwang-ok's Side)
10. Yoo Clan (劉 - Royal Surname of Chinese Han Dynasty)
11. Roh Clan (盧 - Cottage/Hut)
12. Kwak Clan (郭 - The Outer Fortress)

- Next, three glasses girls and a big-boobed yet drunkard old lady. -

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part XI - Demographics (Section B-을)

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Well, we will start with the Yellowish clan with lethal and voluptuous boobs of steel. You know what I mean right? One more thing, in commemoration to the newly installed President of the Republic of Korea, Timothy Moon 'Dark King' Jae-in, his clan is included in the list.
5. Hwang Clan (黃 - Yellow)
6. Moon Clan (文 - The Literature)
7. Sohn Clan (孫 - The Descendants)
8. Cho Clan (曺 - in Korean Hanja Form/曹 - in Traditional Chinese Form; Plaintiff Official)

- Next, the Noble Koihime-Korean Clans which are famous throughout Gaya Confederacy and Goryeo-Joseon Timelines. -

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part X - Demographics (Section A-갑)

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This is the demographics of 28 Koihime-Korean Clans throughout the Republic of Korea. Consists the demographics of the clan every regions in the neck region of the Moose-Headed Peninsula. 
(the neck region - South Korea; the head and horns region - North Korea)
1. Yi/Lee Clan (李 - Plum Tree and the Imperial Surname of Joseon Dynasty and Korean Empire)
2. Jo Clan (趙 - The State of Zhao in China and the Royal Surname of Chinese Song Dynasty)
3. Jang Clan (張 - Stretch and Spread)
4. Seo Clan (徐 - Calm and Composed, the Latter Royal Surname of Baekje after its downfall)

- Next, voluptuous tanned lady of particular clan leads the list. -

Koihime Musou Girls and Korean Republic Census 2015 (Eulmi Year), REBOOTED: Part IX - Summary

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According to the recent census provided by Statistics Korea, there are 51,069,375 people who resided in the Republic of Korea, mainly in South Korea. Majority of them are Native Koreans, consist of 49,705,663 inhabitants that constitute about 97.32%. The other 1.36 million of ROK population constitute the expatriates and foreigners who resided in this moose-head country with Permanent Resident Status.
According to my calculations, there are 14,024,716 native Koreans who sharing the same surname with Koihime Musou girls, constitute about 28.22% of the population of all Native Koreans and 27.46% nationwide. In recent fifteen years, the population of Koihime-Koreans rose about 1,026,615 inhabitants (7.32%) from the past census in 2000, which were documented about 12,998,101 people.


Koihime-Korean Gainers

In terms of population, Yi Clan leads the list where the increment of half million (512,191) of Native Koreans, from 6,794,637 to 7,306,828 people in fifteen years. The increment of 7% of t…