President Rhee resigned soon thereafter and was secreted out of the country to Hawaii by the American CIA.
The results were deemed inconclusive, and Rhee moved on to focus on improving security for future tests.
Rhee's departure raises questions about the sustainability of her reforms, many of which have yet to be implemented.
The newspaper also raised questions about the depth of an investigation by an outside company that Rhee hired in 2009.
Now head of her own advocacy organization, StudentsFirst, Rhee says she welcomes the probe.
On some maps the latter is called the "Rhee," but this (like the Isis at Oxford), is merely a map-maker's name.