Choe Jun (1884–1970) was a businessman and philanthropist in early 20th-century Korea. He was born in Gyeongju, in present-day South Korea. His family, known as the "Choe Bujatjip," had been known since the 17th century for their wealth and public-spiritedness. After the liberation of Korea in 1945, he gave much of his fortune to the Yeungnam University Foundation. He spent his later years in Suji, Yongin (Gyeonggi province).

Choe Jun
Hangul
최준
Hanja
崔浚
Revised RomanizationChoe Jun
McCune–ReischauerCh'oe Chun

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