Hyundai refers to a group of companies and related organizations founded by Chung Ju-yung in South Korea. Hanja is the Korean name for Chinese characters. More specifically it refers to those Chinese characters borrowed from Chinese and incorporated The Revised Romanization of Korean is the official Korean language Romanization system in South Korea. McCune-Reischauer romanization is one of the two most widely used Korean language Romanization systems along with the Revised Romanization of Korean, which Chung Ju-yung ( November 25 1915 — March 21 2001) was along with his brothers the founder of Hyundai Group, at one time South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea and often referred to as Korea ( Korean: 대한민국 tɛː The first Hyundai company was founded in 1947 as a construction company, and the Hyundai Group eventually became South Korea's largest conglomerate company (chaebol). In the fields of Architecture and Civil engineering, construction is a process that consists of the Building or assembling of Infrastructure Hyundai Group is a South Korean conglomerate company ( Chaebol) founded by Chung Ju-yung. South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea and often referred to as Korea ( Korean: 대한민국 tɛː A conglomerate is a large Company that consists of seemingly unrelated Business sections Chaebol (alternatively Jaebol, Jaebeol) refers to a South Korean form of business conglomerate.
The most well-known Hyundai organization is the Hyundai Motor Company, the world's 5th largest automaker. The Hyundai Motor Company, a division of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, is South Korea ’s largest and the world’s fifth largest automaker in terms of units Hyundai Heavy Industries is the world's largest shipbuilder, and Hynix is a top semiconductor producer. Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd (HHI is the world's largest shipbuilder company headquartered in Ulsan, South Korea. Hynix Semiconductor Inc of South Korea is a memory Semiconductor supplier of Dynamic random access memory ('DRAM' chips and Flash memory Other companies currently or formerly controlled by members of Chung's extended family may be loosely referred to as a part of the Hyundai chaebol.
The Hyundai Group underwent massive restructuring following the 1997 East Asian financial crisis and the founder's death in 2001. The Asian Financial Crisis was a period of Financial crisis that gripped much of Asia beginning in July 1997 and raised fears of a worldwide economic meltdown ( Today, many companies bearing the Hyundai name are legally unrelated, with each company having a different chairman. Former components include Hyundai Group, Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, Hyundai Department Store Group, Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, and Hyundai Development Group. Hyundai Group is a South Korean conglomerate company ( Chaebol) founded by Chung Ju-yung. The Hyundai Kia Automotive Group (현대-기아 자동차 그룹 was formed through the merging of South Korea 's largest car company Hyundai Motor Company, and the Hyundai Department Store Group operates the Hyundai Department Store chain of department stores in South Korea. The Hyundai Heavy Industries Group refers to the group of affiliated companies interconnected by complex shareholding arrangements with Hyundai Heavy Industries regarded as Hyundai Development is a South Korean company involved mainly in civil and architectural engineering After the separation, Hyundai Group focuses on elevators, container services, and tourism to Mount Kumgang. Hyundai Group is a South Korean conglomerate company ( Chaebol) founded by Chung Ju-yung.
The word "hyundai" means "modernity" in Korean, and is pronounced [çʌn. This article is mainly about the spoken Korean language See Hangul for details on the native Korean writing system dɛ]). It is often pronounced as [hʌn. de(j)] in North America, as [haɪ. ʌn. daɪ] in the United Kingdom, as [hi. jʌn. dæɪ] in Australia, and as [ɣɛɴdai] in Japan. Early American advertising for the Hyundai Excel car informed readers that the name "rhymes with Sunday", which is the correct Korean pronunciation. This article refers to the X1 and X2 models of the Hyundai Excel (1985-1994