We have neither received any request for the troop dispatch nor discussed it (during my trip)S. Korea discusses future Afghan role Jan 28, 2009
Except for the few wrinkles on my face, I have not changed at all since I was turned into a sex slave at the age of 14. I remained unmarriedFormer 'comfort woman' demands apology Feb 23, 2007
If foreign investors launch business here, we will refrain from taking labor actionsLabor strife losing momentum in S.Korea Dec 02, 2004
I will meet in person with foreign investors and would make efforts to clear up their misunderstandings about South Korea's labor unionsLabor strife losing momentum in S.Korea Dec 02, 2004
We will join efforts to promote foreign investment in the countryLabor strife losing momentum in S.Korea Dec 02, 2004
Lee Yong-dae (Hangul: 이용대) (born September 11, 1988 in Hwasun, Jeollanam-do) is a male badminton player from South Korea. He is by many considered a great talent and already a wonderful player, often being called the 'new' Park Joo-bong.
Lee started playing badminton at his local elementary school at the age of 8. He joined the national badminton team of South Korea in 2003, at the age of just 15 years old. His current partners are Jung Jae-sung in men's doubles (as of 2006) and Lee Hyo-jung in mixed doubles (as of 2007).
Struggling to find the right partner, he played several tournaments, not getting any big results; only two semi-finals in the Asian Satellite. With Ha Jung-eun as his partner, they won Asian Junior Championship.