|Name Shin Ki-ha||Died 1997, Guam|
Shin Ki-ha (Korean: 신기하; Hanja: 辛基夏, RR: Sin Gi-ha, M-R: Sin Kiha; April 27, 1941 – August 6, 1997), was a four-term South Korean lawmaker and former parliamentary leader of National Congress for New Politics.
On August 5, 1997 Shin, his wife, and around 20 party members boarded Korean Air Flight 801 from Seoul to Guam. On August 6 the aircraft hit the ground while attempting a landing at Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport. Shin and his wife died.