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    Quote Originally Posted by Syaoran_Style
    Huum .. yannie, are you going to betray Koo kien keat and cai yun for Lee yong dae ?!! ahahahha
    It's truue that Lee yong dae is defenitely the player to watch in maybe 2 years, he's soo talented, only 17 and already in the top 5 , i'm so jealouuus ahaha whyy i'm noot talented liike him ahhaha
    tarek... mad at u now!!! where did u get the kkk and cy idea from... anyway, dont wanna go off-topic... lee yong dae is soooo talented... wish he'll have a bright future.

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    It should show up this time.
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    aight, can see now, thanks event. =)

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    Two Badminton Stars, Two Generations



    “Hi, Mr. Park.”

    “You are learning fast. Work harder.”


    Lee Yong-dae, 18, of Hwasun Technical High School, is called the “second Park Ju-bong” for his promising career as a badminton player. There are several similarities between him and Park Ju-bong, 42, who used to be a top shuttlecock player and is currently coaching Japan’s national badminton team. First of all, they were born under the same zodiac sign, dragon, with 24 year age difference.


    Lee has played badminton for ten years since he first grabbed a racket when he was a 2nd grader in 1996. Park became a player in his 4th grade year. They both received early educations.


    Lee won the national championship five times when he was a 5th grader and joined the national team in his 9th grade year. Park was a 10th grader when he was selected to play for the national team.


    Lee won the German Open this January to become the second high school student champion after Park, and became a champion in the Thai Open for the second time last month.


    Park has special affection for Lee who is tracing the same career path like his shadow. With his Japanese team playing in the Korean Open, which started on August 21 at Jangchung Stadium in Seoul, he did not hesitate to lavish his advice on Lee.


    Park spoke highly of him, saying, “Yong-dae is smart, and his play is now on the highest level. Compared to last year, he has more power and will get stronger. I have high expectations.”


    He also added his advice, “Do not hurry up for the final smash. Nice play is OK, but it is important to make points without a mistake.”


    His advice is that too aggressive play can increase physical pressure and put one in danger when his shot is blocked.


    Park won the world championship seven times and a gold medal in the Olympics.


    Lee, whose name means “big dragon,” dreams of surpassing the towering career of Park. He appreciates Park’s advice.

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    I think he will have alot of female fans hehhe..

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    hmmm..he reminds me of a national teenage swimmer...

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    Anyone has the personal details of Lee Yong Dae? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hara^kazuko
    Anyone has the personal details of Lee Yong Dae? Thanks
    He was born Sept 11, 1988 in Hwasun, Jeollanam-do. He is 180cm tall and weighs 72kg. He started playing badminton in his second year of elementary school so this is his 11th year in the sport. He feels the best part of his game is his defense and his net play but that he lacks power. He hopes to be a schoolteacher or coach after retiring. This info is probably based on a questionnaire or something that the national team gave these kids. It says his first international tournament was the German Junior International in 2004 but the KBA website elsewhere shows him as having competed in the same tournament in 2003. The KBA site says he placed 3rd in men's and mixed doubles in Germany in 2003 and 1st in both those disciplines at the same event in 2004. So one of those was his first international tournament. His name in Chinese is 李龍大.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    He was born Sept 11, 1988 in Hwasun, Jeollanam-do. He is 180cm tall and weighs 72kg. He started playing badminton in his second year of elementary school so this is his 11th year in the sport. He feels the best part of his game is his defense and his net play but that he lacks power. He hopes to be a schoolteacher or coach after retiring. This info is probably based on a questionnaire or something that the national team gave these kids. It says his first international tournament was the German Junior International in 2004 but the KBA website elsewhere shows him as having competed in the same tournament in 2003. The KBA site says he placed 3rd in men's and mixed doubles in Germany in 2003 and 1st in both those disciplines at the same event in 2004. So one of those was his first international tournament. His name in Chinese is 李龍大.
    thanks event... I visited the korea badminton website for his details but it happens to be written in Korean

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    Quote Originally Posted by hara^kazuko
    I visited the korea badminton website for his details but it happens to be written in Korean
    Yes. That happens a lot. There is a lot of handy information up there. I wish there were a site like that for other badminton nations. I found BAM has next to nothing on their players and they do have nothing on the ones who don't train at BAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    He was born Sept 11, 1988 in Hwasun, Jeollanam-do. He is 180cm tall and weighs 72kg. He started playing badminton in his second year of elementary school so this is his 11th year in the sport. He feels the best part of his game is his defense and his net play but that he lacks power. He hopes to be a schoolteacher or coach after retiring. This info is probably based on a questionnaire or something that the national team gave these kids. It says his first international tournament was the German Junior International in 2004 but the KBA website elsewhere shows him as having competed in the same tournament in 2003. The KBA site says he placed 3rd in men's and mixed doubles in Germany in 2003 and 1st in both those disciplines at the same event in 2004. So one of those was his first international tournament. His name in Chinese is 李龍大.

    thx thx thx we needed it.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by deROSE
    hmmm..he reminds me of a national teenage swimmer...
    u mean.. Daniel Bego? Yeah..they kinda look alike
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    i think a little bit........

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    I actually only saw him once on TV when he played at the Thailand Open.

    I saw him in person last week here at the Korea Open and he's getting to be popular among the badminton enthusiasts here. Since he's still young, he has a boyish charm.

    In the pictures on the links posted on this thread, I think those were old pictures. His hair is now a little longer with some bangs and his built is more formidable. After the match that night, I saw him drag their ice box (for cold water and energy drinks, I guess) down the stairs to the 'restaurant section' of Jang Chung Gymnasium. So, even when you are the national champion, you're not exempted from doing menial chores, I guess.


    I have pictures of him during their play, but I have problems posting them...

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    You guys might be surprised...but, according to my calculation, Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae is going to be the no 1 seed for the upcoming WC in Madrid. It's an amazing achievement considering the fact that this pair were only formed in January this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    You guys might be surprised...but, according to my calculation, Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae is going to be the no 1 seed for the upcoming WC in Madrid. It's an amazing achievement considering the fact that this pair were only formed in January this year
    could that be? abandoning cai yun / fu haifeng and Jens Eriksen/ Lungaard Hassen behind ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hara^kazuko
    could that be? abandoning cai yun / fu haifeng and Jens Eriksen/ Lungaard Hassen behind ?
    Slight error...hehe...Choong/Lee could be the top seed if they win the title today...too bad they lost! So, the Malaysian pair has to settle as the no 3 seed. Fu/Cai will be no 1 followed by Jung/Lee as no 2!
    Last edited by badMania; 09-02-2006 at 01:39 PM.

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