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Lee Yong Dae ( 이용대 / 李龍大)

Discussion in 'Korea Professional Players' started by taufik_lin16, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. C L BAO

    C L BAO Regular Member

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    HAHA!! He still looks the same to me.. Still as cute now, just as before. HAHA
     
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    he look better now.
     
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    i agree with ants,he looks better now...begining of the year,he looks more like a typical korean boy,mayb cos of his haircut,during wc it was longer,looks better....no more the coconut head..h.ahaha...koreans like to cut coconut head.
     
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    Hmmm..

    :)...hair talk again??:p..just like XXF and KKK, a while ago..:p:D;)
     
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    okok..no more hait talk...back to badminton...hahah
     
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    huh.. lee yong dae partnered with ha tae koon b4? lolz...
     
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    HTK is LYD mentor.. And KDM is his coach now .......:cool:
     
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    No wonder he is good
     
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    mentor.. oh.. ic..
     
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    Kim Dong Moon isn't even in the country. He is in Canada. Perhaps you are thinking of Kim Moon-soo, gold medallist from '92, not '04. He coaches Lee at Samsung and coached him on the junior national team.

    Ha Tae-kwun is a player for the Samsung and team coaches on the national team, as does Lee Dong-soo. It goes without saying that Lee has many mentors available.
     
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    Thanks for clarifying :eek:
     
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    wowow....all the mentors beside him....now i know why he plays so well...
     
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    wouldnt it be great if he had PJB? that would be so cool!! :D
     
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    Well, he has the next best thing. He has trained with 3 of the people who played, and won, with Park Joo Bong. Chung Myung Hee, Park's mixed doubles partner in their 4 All England and 2 WC wins, coached Lee at high school. Kim Moon-soo, Park's men's doubles partner for 2 WC's, 3 AE's, and 1 Olympic gold, coaches Lee's professional team now. Ra Kyung-min, Park's partner for 1 AE and 1 Olympic silver, was a trainer, then a coach for the national team in the 2 years before she left for Canada. She also coached all of Lee's mixed doubles partners (Ha, Hwang, and Lee).
     
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    oh no....out in quaters again...
     
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    Koo/Tan won ? Who are they going to meet next?
     
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    excatly!!! only quarters!! ishkk.. this is so frustrating.. can they like jus appear on tv!! i so wanna see them play la..
    nwy's KK and TBH will be playing against markis kido & hendra setiawan tomorrow.. go malaysia.. lol!
    but i'm still upset over LYD/JJS lost.. T.T
     
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    they might be meeting ctf or cai yun..
     
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    ok...dun put so much hope first....the more hope u put,the more he dun enter semi's...haha
     
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    omg...this thread is abandoned???
     

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