May 9


May 28, 2022

May 9 is the 129th day of the Gregorian calendar (130th in leap years).


1429 - Joan of Arc defeats English forces attacking Orléans. 1871 - Heungseon Daewongun's abolition of seowons, abolition of seowons nationwide except for 47 model seowons. 1945 - The Soviet Union formally accepts the surrender of Nazi Germany. 1946 - Vittorio Emanuele III abdicates as King of Italy. 1950 - Robert Schemann of France announces plans for the European Coal and Steel Community. 1951 - Si-Young Lee stepped down as vice president of the Republic of Korea. 1955 - West Germany begins rearmament by joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). 1990 - The Democratic Liberal Party was founded at the first national convention and inauguration ceremony. 2009 - Kalema Motlante resigns as president of South Africa. 2012 - Russia's Sukhoi Superjet 100 crashes into Salak Mountain, Indonesia during a test flight, killing all crew members. 2017 - It was designated as a temporary holiday due to the impeachment of the former president, and the 19th presidential election of the Republic of Korea was held as an early election. 2022 - The 2022 Philippine presidential election will be held.


1964 - Dongyang Broadcasting Radio (AM 1380KHz at the time of opening, later changed to AM 639KHz) was launched. 2003 - The Institute of Space Sciences launches the Engineering Experimental Probe "Hayabusa" (MUSES-C). 2009 - In professional baseball, Yang Jun-hyeok hit the 341th home run, the most in history. 2021 - Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation defeated Jeonju KCC Aegis 84 to 74 in the fourth round of the KBL championship match in Korean professional basketball, and achieved 4 wins in the series, their 3rd win in 4 years since 2017.


1147 – Minamoto no Yoritomo, founder of the Kamakura Shogunate, Japan. 1746 – Gaspard Monge, French mathematician (b. 1888 – Francesco Baraca, an Italian fighter pilot during World War I. 1907 – Baldur von Schirach, a Nazi war criminal. 1927 – Manfred Eigen, German biophysicist (b. 1932 – Gil-Yeo Lee, a Korean doctor, professor, and chairman of Gachon Academy. 1936 – Glenda Jackson, an American actress. 1940 – Sami-ja, a South Korean actress. 1947 – Yukiya Amano, Japanese diplomat (d. 1949 – Billy Joel, American pianist (b. 1958 – Kim Hye-ok, a South Korean actress. 1959 – Choi Il-hwa, a South Korean actress. 1960 Min Young-sam, South Korean politician. Tony Gwynn, American baseball player. 1965 – Kim Min-jeon, a South Korean political scientist (b. 1967 – Park Sang-do, South Korean announcer (b. 1973 – Cho Sang-mi, South Korean actress 1977 – Choi Jeong-yoon, South Korean actress (b. 1979 – Rosario Dawson, American actor (b. 1980 – Jo Hyun-jae, a South Korean actor. 1981 Japanese singer and talent Yokoyama Yu (Kanjani∞). Denis Pucillin, politician of the Donetsk People's Republic 1982 Kim Jung-woo, South Korean footballer. Min-seok Jang, South Korean baseball player. 1983 Jang Hee-jin is a South Korean actress. Ryuhei Matsuda, Japanese actor. 1987 – Kim Yu-rim, South Korean voice actress (b. 1988 Lee Yoon-ah, Miss Korea of ​​Korea. Baek Chang-soo, South Korean baseball player. 1990 Kim Jung-woo, South Korean singer. Spanish footballer Henifer Hermoso. 1993 Han Dong-geun, a South Korean singer. Moon Seong-gon, South Korean basketball player. Japanese singer and talent Ryosuke Yamada (Hey! Say! JUMP). 1994 – Yeo Hoe-hyeon, South Korean actress (b. 1999 – Nozomi Ohashi, a Japanese singer and actress. 2000 – Jung In-seo, South Korean actress


1559 – Deokheung Daewongun, the 7th son of King Jungjong, the 11th king of the Joseon Dynasty, and the 14th son of King Seonjo (b. 1799 – Claude Balbastre, French classical composer (d. 1805 - �