|Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly|
|Assumed office |
5 June 2020
Serving with Chung Jin-suk since 31 August 2021
|Preceded by||Lee Joo-young|
|Member of the National Assembly|
|Assumed office |
30 May 2020
|Constituency||Gyeonggi Bucheon C|
30 May 2008 – 29 May 2012
|Born||18 May 1954|
Gongju, South Korea
|Alma mater||Ewha Womans University|
(Christian name: Crescentia)
Kim Sang-hee (Korean: 김상희; Hanja: 金相姬; born 18 May 1954) is a South Korean four-term parliamentarian currently serving as one of Deputy Speakers of National Assembly. Kim is the first woman to join the leadership of the South Korean parliament and become its deputy speaker.
Before entering politics, Kim dedicated her career in civil societies. In 2005 she received Order of Civil Merit for her advocacy work on women's rights - namely in abolishing patriarchal Hoju system and enacting special law on sexual violence - as one of heads of now-Women Link, a South Korean NGO.
She first entered politics through proportional representation for which she was on number 11 on her party's list. Since then Kim took multiple senior roles in her party and its succeeding parties such as a member of its Supreme Council, Chair of its Women's Committee and its deputy floor leader. Kim was the chair of Gender Equality and Family Committee of the National Assembly from 2012 to 2014.
Kim also served as the Deputy Chair of Presidential Committee on Ageing Society and Population Policy led by President Moon Jae-in from 2017 to 2020.
Kim holds a bachelor degree in pharmacy from Ewha Womans University.
|Election||Year||District||Party Affiliation||Votes||Percentage of votes||Results|
|18th National Assembly General Election||2008||Proportional Representation||Democratic Party||4,313,645||25.17%||Won|
|19th National Assembly General Election||2012||Gyeonggi Bucheon Sosa||Democratic United Party||51,300||51.62%||Won|
|20th National Assembly General Election||2016||Gyeonggi Bucheon Sosa||Democratic Party||46,650||43.75%||Won|
|21st National Assembly General Election||2020||Gyeonggi Bucheon C||Democratic Party||77,577||60.5%||Won|