Kim No-sik (Korean: 김노식; 10 May 1945 – 6 September 2023) was born on May 10, 1945. Details about his early life and education are not extensively documented.
First Term in National Assembly
Kim No-sik started his political journey as a member of the Democratic Korea Party. He served his first term in the National Assembly from 1981 to 1985. During this period, he was involved in various legislative activities, although the specific contributions are not outlined in available records.
After his first term, Kim No-sik took a hiatus from the National Assembly. There is limited information on his activities during this interim period.
Second Term in National Assembly
In 2008, Kim made a political comeback and was elected to the National Assembly once again. This time he served as a member of the Pro-Pak Alliance until 2012. His second term saw him engage in different parliamentary matters, and he contributed to policy-making processes.
Kim No-sik passed away on September 6, 2023, at the age of 78. The cause of death and other details have not been made public.
Kim No-sik left a lasting impression through his two terms in the National Assembly. As a member of both the Democratic Korea Party and the Pro-Pak Alliance, he was an active participant in South Korea’s political landscape for many years.