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Breaking Barriers: Samsung Veteran Yang Hyang-ja Establishes ‘Korea’s Hope’, a New Tech-centric Political Party

Yang Hyang-ja, a 56-year-old independent member of South Korea's National Assembly known as the 'semiconductor evangelist', is forming a new political party tentatively named 'Korea's Hope'. Having spent a significant part of her career in Samsung Electronics' semiconductor division, rising to an executive position, Yang Hyang-ja transitioned into politics through the Democratic Party before departing in 2021.

Currently the head of the ruling party's special semiconductor committee, Yang has been an advocate for the 'K Chips Act'. According to reports on May 30th, Yang is actively planning to establish 'Korea's Hope', with. . .

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