Yonai Keiko was a citizen of France and a former citizen of South Korea, Japan and Austria. Serving in the governments of all latter three nations, she notably served as President of South Korea in May 2009, and later played a key role in the First Croatia-Austria War in February 2010, helping to re-organize the Austrian armed forces during her tenure as Austrian Minister of Defense.
Yonai Keiko has served in many political offices in the three countries that she has held citizenship in.
Keiko was elected congresswoman of Gyeongsangnam-do three times, twice following the liberation of the nation and once following her return from a brief stay in Canada. Following her election, Yonai served as Party president of the United Korea party twice, and was elected President of South Korea during her second term as such.
The South Korean was elected as a representative of Jeju soon after being granted citizenship, but did not finish her term due to the controversy surrounding her involvement in the National Bank of Japan Theft. However, before the citizenship module was implemented, she had served as Vice-Secretary of Defence in the Japanese Imperial Forces.
In the weeks following her arrival in Austria, Yonai Keiko was granted citizenship and successfully ran a campaign to be elected representative of Salzburg. Following the election of President Alfred Ball and the unfortunate issues of his appointed Minister of Defense, Huskerguy77, Keiko was tapped as the Acting Minister of Defense until Husker could return to the office. After two weeks of inactivity from the then Minister of Defence, President Ball decided to make her the official Minister of Defence, rather than simply interim minister. In the January party presidential elections of the Illuminus Austria, Yonai ran under Oraizan as vice-president of the party and the two were elected without competition.
Yonai was supportive of the party's candidate for the Country Presidency, Oraizan, and Oraizan selected her as her proposed Minister of Defense. However, Oraizan lost the election narrowly to Borojevic von Bonjar, and Keiko was replaced by Kaiser Alex. That month, Croatia invaded Austria, beginning the First Croatia-Austria War, and later leading to Borojevic's resignation as president, placing Oraizan in charge. In turn, this put Yonai Keiko back in as Minister of Defense, in the midst of war.
Working to recover the army from a total restart undertaken by her predecessor, much of the infrastructure of the previous army was restored to the structure that existed during both Rangeley's and Alfred Ball's presidency. This was integrated with the army structure built by her predecessor. Her work was continued by her successor, Metallon, after she had to leave the position during her term.
Yonai was a V1 Field Marshal. She was the Battle hero in the Merging War of the Jasko Union for Gyeonggi-do and Chungcheongnam-do. Yonai also received a Resistance hero medal when she successfully launched a resistance war in Gyeongsangnam-do upon the dissolution of the JaSKo Union.
is a newspaper owned and published by Yonai Keiko, which had over 1000 subscribers.
Yonai had 41,751 progress in Engineering and 38,652 progress in Project Managing. She was employed at AG Tanks by Alfagrem Industries.