Ki-baik Lee (1924–2004) was a leading South Korean historian. He was born in Jeongju-gun, in North Pyeongan province in what is today North Korea. He graduated from the Osan School in 1941, attending Waseda University in Tokyo but ultimately graduating from Seoul National University in 1947.
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Lee's most noted work was the New History of Korea (Kuksa Sillon, to echo Shin Chaeho's 1908 Doksa Sillon), first published in 1967 and revised thereafter. New history of korea is now published again by Ki-baik Lee now the Professor of History, Sogang University, Seoul with help of Edward W. Wagner is Professor of Korean Studies at Harvard University.
- "A New History of Korea — Ki-baik Lee". Harvard University Press. Retrieved 21 June 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- "A New History of Korea — Ki-baik Lee". www.hup.harvard.edu. Retrieved 2021-02-24.