November 24


November 30, 2021

November 24 is the 328th day of the Gregorian calendar (329th in leap years).


380 - Theodosius I officially enters Constantinople with a procession that begins at Hebdomon. 1361 - Hong Geonjeok invades Gaegyeong. 1429 - Hundred Years' War: Joan of Arc begins the battle for the conquest of Rasharite. 1642 - Dutch explorer Abel Tasman discovers the island of Tasmania. 1950 - "Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Human Rights" adopted by the Council of Europe. 1959 - The European Council, at the proposal of Belgium and the European Council, creates a committee responsible for seeking cooperation with developing countries. 1979 - Democrats who oppose the Yushin regime under martial law gather at YWCA in Myeong-dong, Seoul to hold a street demonstration in the guise of a wedding ceremony. 1981 - Boeing succeeds in developing and producing cruise missiles. 1982 - In the Netherlands, the Wassenaar Agreement between the Federation of Trade Unions of Wim Kok and Chris van Bain's Association of Management Organizations enforces a policy to curb wage increases. 1992 - China Southern Airlines Flight 3943 crashes, killing all 141 people on board. 1995 - The Ilsan Line train collides with the Ilsan Line. 1998 - In Islamabad, four countries, China, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, sign a cross-border transport agreement. 2003 - LG Card (currently Shinhan Card), which was experiencing a liquidity crisis due to financial difficulties such as mass production of bad credit, received an emergency new fund of 2 trillion won from creditors. 2013 - Iran, a member of the UN Security Council, and Germany reached a dramatic conclusion after four days of nuclear negotiations in 10 years. 2018 - A situation in which communication was cut off due to a fire accident in the underground communication area of ​​the KT branch in Ahyeon-dong, Seoul, Korea caused inconvenience to KT affiliates and users.


1639 - British astronomer Jeremiah Horrocks first observes the passage of Venus through the solar plane. 1859 - Charles Darwin, an English scientist, publishes The Origin of Species. 1974 - Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis), the ancestor of Homo sapiens, is found in Ethiopia. 1987 - Opened the Pohang MBC TV Concert Hall in the east coast of Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea. 2009 - Kia Motors launched the K7. 2020 - TBN Chungbuk Transportation Broadcasting opens. 2020 - In Game 6 of the KBO League Korean Series, the NC Dinos defeated the Doosan Bears 4-2 and achieved the first championship in 9 years since its establishment in 2011 with a series record of 4 wins and 2 losses.


1632 – Baruch Spinoza, Dutch philosopher (d. 1729 – Aleksandr Suvorov, chieftain of the Russian Empire (b. 1784 – Zachary Taylor, 12th President of the United States (b. 1849 – Francis Burnett, an English-born American writer. 1864 – Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French painter (d. 1875 – Nobuyuki Abe, a Japanese soldier (b. 1887 – Erich von Manstein, German soldier (b. 1900 – Kim Hak-gyu, South Korean independence activist (b. 1925 – Simon van der Meer, Dutch physicist and Nobel Laureate in Physics (b. 1934 – Alfred Sinikke, Russian composer (b. 1936 – Dave Wellen, an English businessman (b. 1962 – Kim Hoe-jae, a South Korean lawyer and politician (b. 1965 – Kang Min-ju, South Korean singer (b. 1973 – Yoon Young-ha, a South Korean soldier (b. 1978 – Katherine Heigl, an American actress. 1979 – Jo Hyang-gi, a South Korean actor. 1982 – Choi Hye-rim, South Korean announcer (b. 1985 – Kim Kkot-bi, South Korean actress (b. 1990 – Han Ye-jin, a South Korean actress and singer. 1994 – Kim Seon-ah, South Korean actress (b.


1416 – Ha-ryun, a tattoo artist in the late Goryeo and early Joseon Dynasty. 1468 – Jean de Dunois, French nobleman (d. 1598 – Kim Eung-nam, a Joseon tattooist. 1894 - Canadian �

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