Lee Jun (1859-1907), a special envoy of the Hague, died in the Hague, Netherlands.

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Lee Jun (1859-1907), a special envoy of the Hague, died in the Hague, Netherlands. +

1907.7.14
Lee Jun Date of death
In 1905, the Japan-Korea Treaty of 1905 was forced. In a situation where it is difficult for him to escape the crisis of his own country, Gojong decided to seek help from foreign powers and sent three special envoys to the Second World Peace Conference in Hague, the Netherlands. Lee Jun, Lee Sang-seol, and Lee Wi-

They arrived in The Hague, the Netherlands, and headed for the conference room, but were denied attendance. I didn't get a formal invitation.

When his participation in the World Peace Conference was thwarted, Lee Jun became ill with great anger. A few days later, on July 14, 1907, Hague envoy Lee Jun breathes his last in a small hotel room in a faraway country.

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