Chung Mong-gyu

Chung Mong-gyu
Born(1962-01-14) January 14, 1962 (age 55)
Seoul, South Korea
Alma materKorea University (B.B.A.)
University of Oxford (M.A.)

Chairman of Hyundai Development Company President of Korea Football Association

President of East Asian Football Federation
Korean name
Revised RomanizationJeong Mong-gyu
McCune-ReischauerChŏng Monggyu


Chung Mong-gyu, given birth to in Seoul in 1962, is among South Korea’s business leaders as well as the Chairman of Hyundai Advancement Company. He continues to be offering as the 53rd Chief executive of Korea Soccer Association (KFA), a name kept for 2 consecutive conditions since 2013. IN-MAY 2017, he earned a chair on FIFA Council. Chairman Chung received his bachelor’s level running a business Administration at Korea College or university in Feb 1985, and finished his expert’s level in Politics, Beliefs and Economics (PPE) at Oxford College or university in Feb 1988.


1988.02: Get good at’s level in Politics, School of thought and Economics (PPE), Oxford School 1985.02: Bachelor’s level running a business Administration, Korea University or college 1980.02: Graduated Yongsan SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL


2017.05-present: Member, FIFA Council (2017-present) 2017.01-present: Vice President, Korean Sport & Olympic Committee 2016.09-present: Vice President, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) 2016.09-present: Chairperson, AFC Referees’ Committee 2016.07-present: 53rd President, Korea Football Association (KFA) 2016.03-2016.08: Chef de Mission, 2016 Summer time Olympics South Korea Group 2016.03-present: Chairman, 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup Organizing Committee 2015.08-present: Member, AFC Development Committee 2015.08-present: Deputy Chairman, 2019 AFC Asian Cup Organizing Committee 2015.05-2017.05: Member, AFC Professional Committee 2014.03-present: Vice President, East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) 2013.08-2016.12: Member, Organizing Committee for the FIFA Golf club World Glass 2013.02-2014.03: Chief executive, EAFF 2013.01-2016.06: 52nd Chief executive, KFA 2011.04-2013.03: Member, AFC Ad-Hoc Committee 2011.01-2013.01: 9th Chief executive, K Little league (Korea Professional Soccer Little league) 2000.03-present: Keynote Speaker, 33rd Pacific Basin Financial Council (PBEC) Worldwide General Meeting 2000-present: Owner, Busan IPARK FC (2000-present) 1999-present: Chairman, Hyundai Development Company 1998-1999: Chairman, Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) Korea-Britain Business Leaders Forum 1997-1999: 5th President, Korean Automobile Manufacturers Association 1997-1999: Owner, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 1996-1998: Chairman, Hyundai Electric motor Company 1994-1996: Owner, Ulsan Hyundai FC 1988.11: Became a member of Hyundai Electric motor Company


Chung Mong-gyu served as Chairman and CEO of Hyundai Electric motor Business from January 1996 to Dec 1998. He offers managed Hyundai Advancement Business since his visit as chairmanship in March 1999.Hyundai Development Business, a mother or father entity of Hyundai Advancement Business Group, is a thorough construction business established in 1976 and has generated a lot more than 400,000 apartment devices in Korea including Samsung-dong IPARK, Suwon IPARK Town and Haeundae IPARK. Furthermore, Hyundai Development Business has been energetic in a variety of areas such as for example city development, home/commercial structures, civil executive and social facilities. In 2017, Chairman Chung offers declared the brand new philosophy from the Group—We deliver an affluent existence and a trusted world—with an objective to provide different lifestyles and social encounter to its clients.Hyundai Development Business has diversified its business areas to add manufacture, distribution, It all, leisure and services, with property & infrastructure building as the guts. The affiliate marketers of Hyundai Advancement Company consist of Hyundai EP, I·Settings, I·Services, Hyundai IPARK Shopping mall, Youthful Chang Music, I&Downsides, Resort IPARK, Hyundai PCE, IPARK Sports activities, HDC Asset Administration and HDC Shilla Responsibility Free.Through his engagement in IPARK Volunteer Corps, that was released in 2004 like a social contribution committee of Hyundai Development Company, Chairman Chung continues to be actively promoting corporate social responsibility. Specifically, using the establishment of Pony Chung Basis, which really is a nonprofit scholarship corporation, he continues to be carrying out different programs such as for example Pony Chung Advancement Award, Academic Grants or loans and Home/Abroad Scholarships.Through his ownerships of Ulsan Hyundai FC (1994-1996), Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC (1997-1999) and Busan IPARK FC (2000-present), Chairman Chung has continuously supported the introduction of Korean Football industry.Elected as the 9th President from the K Group (Korean Professional Football Group ) in 2011, he managed the match-fixing scandals with determination and acumen. In 2013, He was elected as the 52nd Chief executive from the Korea Soccer Association (KFA), a name being offered for 2 consecutive conditions since his reappointment as the 53rd Chief executive in 2016. Furthermore, he offered as Vice Leader of East Asian Soccer Federation (EAFF) (2013-2014), Person in the Organizing Committee for the FIFA Membership World Glass (2013-2016), Chef de Objective of 2016 Summer months Olympics South Korea Group (2016) and Person in Asian Soccer Confederation (AFC) Professional Committee (2015-2017).His current assignments consist of Deputy Chairman of 2019 AFC Asian Glass Organizing Committee (2015-present), Person in AFC Development Committee (2015-present), Chairman of 2017 FIFA U-20 Globe Glass Organizing Committee (2016-present), Chairperson of AFC Referees’ Committee (2016-present), Vice Leader of AFC (2016-present), Vice Leader of Korean Sports & Olympic Committee (2017-present) and Person in FIFA Council (2017-present). Since his signing up for the FIFA Council, Chairman Chung continues to be devoting his initiatives to co-hosting the 2030 FIFA Globe Glass with China, Japan and North Korea.


1997 Winner of the next Korea-China Youthful Researcher's Award (economics segment) 1997 “100 Global Leaders of Tomorrow” from the World Financial Forum