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Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran reported 690 million won in land, buildings, etc

Second Vice Minister Jang Mi-ran cheering on the table tennis match

Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran and

athlete team leader Kim Jin-hyuk are cheering on the Korean athletes at

the table tennis match of the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games’ held at

the Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium in Hangzhou, China on the 22nd.

Second Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran, a

former weightlifting Olympic gold medalist, reported 693.45 million won

in assets including land, buildings, and deposits.

Looking at the status of regular property registration of 94 high-ranking

public officials published by the Government Official Ethics Committee in

the Electronic Gazette on the 27th, Second Vice Minister of Culture,

Sports and Tourism Jang Mi-ran, who took office on July 3, first acquired

forests in Hoengseong-gun, Gangwon-do (KRW 50 million) and fields in

Pyeongchang-gun (KRW 9,000). The actual transaction price of the land,

including 2.75 million won, was listed as 142.75 million won.

In addition, he also reported building assets of 464 million won, including

the leasehold rights for apartments and shopping malls he owns in

Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, a 2021 Grandeur hybrid passenger car (32.99

million won), and deposited assets of 165.375 million won.

Subtracting the financial debt owed to Nonghyup Bank and the National

Nonghyup Bank (KRW 111.665 million) from the total assets, Vice

Minister Jang’s net wealth is KRW 693.45 million.

Vice Minister Chang

A ‘weightlifting hero’ who won four consecutive world championships and

won Olympic gold, silver, and bronze medals, including a silver medal at

the 2004 Athens Olympics, a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and

a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics, has been serving as a

professor at the Department of Physical Education at Yongin University

since 2016. At the end of June, he was suddenly selected as the second vice

minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in charge of sports and tourism policy. 카지노사이트존

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Kim wins first ‘wire-to-wire’ victory of the season, sixth LPGA victory of her career, also earns ‘Bear Trophy’

Ascendant celebrates after 18 months in the game
First $2 million in season prize pool

Hyo Joo Kim

Reacts with the trophy after winning her first tournament of the season at

the Ascendant LPGA on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA)

Tour at Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas, U.S., on Sept. 9.

South Korean Hyo-Joo Kim, 28, won her first U.S. Women’s Professional

Golf (LPGA) Tour victory of the season with a wire-to-wire victory to improve her career win total to six.

Kim carded four birdies and two bogeys for a 2-under 69 in the final four

rounds of the LPGA Tour’s Ascendant LPGA on Monday at the par-71

Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas. Her final total of 13-

under-par 271 put her atop the leaderboard by four strokes over the

second-place group of Bianca Pagdanganan (Philippines) and Ataya

Thittitjerin (Thailand). It was her first win in a year and a half since the

Lotte Championship in April last year. With the $270,000 (approx. KRW

360,000) first-place prize, Kim surpassed the $2 million mark in season

earnings for the first time since her LPGA Tour debut ($2,049,778 – approx. KRW 2.7 billion – 6th place).


Had three top-three finishes last year after winning the Lotte Championship. She shot well enough to finish in the top 10 in half the events she played this year (eight), with two runner-up finishes and one third-place finish, but a win didn’t follow. But today’s wire-to-wire victory, her first, quenched her thirst. Kim said, “My performance this year hasn’t been bad, but I was worried about myself because I didn’t win. I really wanted to win before the year ended, and I’m happy that I accomplished that goal,” said Kim. “It was good to have a good score all four days, but it’s more important to finish with a ‘win’ than a wire-to-wire victory.”

The win also puts Kim one shot closer to winning the Bare Trophy, the LPGA Tour’s season-low scoring average award. Kim currently leads the LPGA Tour with a stroke average of 69.67, ahead of Tee Tzu Kang (70.02). “My goals this year were to win the championship and the lowest stroke award,” Kim said, “and now that I’ve won the championship, I want to win the lowest stroke award.” The lowest stroke award is considered to be a better measure of a player’s true ability than multiple wins or prize money.

Kim will return home soon to compete in the LPGA Tour’s BMW Ladies Championship at Seowon Hills Golf Club in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, starting on Sept. 19. Kim’s victory was the second straight for South Korean players on the LPGA Tour and their fourth win of the season. 카지노사이트존

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Members of the national swimming team and others leave South Korean swimming history in high spirits

Head coach Lee Jung-hoon

And members of the national swimming team that will compete at the

Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games shout a battle cry before departing through

Incheon International Airport on Sept. 21.

The national business management team has 카지노사이트 departed for

Hangzhou for the finals with the ambition to write a new history in Korean swimming.

The team, led by Hwang Sun-woo

(Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province), gathered at Incheon Airport

on the morning of Sept. 21 to board a flight to Hangzhou. The main

players, including Hwang Sun-woo and Kim Seo-young (Gyeongbuk

Provincial Office), who will challenge for the gold medal, looked relaxed,

waving their hands and drawing hand hearts.

After arriving in Hangzhou, the team will immediately begin 온라인카지

acclimatization training at the local pool this afternoon to prepare for

the Asian Games medal hunt.

The Korean business team is in good spirits and pace to go for a record-

breaking six gold medals at the Asian Games.

Hwang Sun-woo

Who will compete in swimming management at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian

Games, waves before his departure through Incheon International Airport on Sept. 21.

At the center of it all is South Korean swimming icon Hwang Sun-woo.

The first South Korean swimmer in history to win back-to-back medals at

the long course (50 meters) world championships, Hwang will try to win a

trio of titles at his first Asian Games. Hwang has the best chance of

winning gold in the 100 and 200 meter freestyle events and the 800 meter freestyle relay.

Hwang has already shown that he is world-class in his main event, the 200-

meter freestyle. His 800-meter freestyle relay team with Kim Woo-min,

Yang Jae-hoon (Gangwon-do) and Lee Ho-joon (Daegu City Hall) is also

unbeatable in Asia.

In the 100m freestyle, he will face stiff competition from Fan Zhanle

(CHINA), who holds the Asian record in the event (47.22), for gold.

Kim Woo-min (KOR)

Who is the favorite in the 400m, 800m, 1500m and 800m freestyle relay,

will look to become the first South Korean swimmer to win four Asian Games titles.

Kim has been in good form since the World Championships in Fukuoka,

Japan, in July, where he broke his personal records in both the 400m

(3:43.92) and 800m (7:47.69) freestyle.

‘Eldest sister’ Kim Seo-young

Who won gold in the 200m individual medley and silver in the 400m

medley at the Asian Games in Palembang, Jakarta, is also in good form

and will be looking to take home two medals.

Kim Seo-young, who will compete in swimming management at the

Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, waves goodbye to her teammates at

Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 on Sept. 21.

Kim Seo-young, the captain and moral support of the swimming team, is

also the flag bearer for the Korean team at the Games, along with fencer

Koo Bon-gil (Korea Sports Promotion Organization).

The Gwajin will be held from Sept. 24 to 29, and Korea will take on the

great challenge starting with the women’s 200-meter butterfly preliminaries

at 10 a.m. on Sept. 24. 카지노사이트존

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Eight-game winning streak for KIA

Now looks like third place Kium’s ‘pepper squad’ emerges

The Kia Tigers have their sights set on higher ground, having jumped to fourth place with a recent eight-game winning streak.

KIA has won its last eight games in a row, including a four-game sweep last week (Aug. 29-Sept. 3).

KIA (56 wins, 2 draws, 50 losses), 카지노사이트 which was in sixth place until last month 26th, leapfrogged the Doosan Bears (55 wins, 1 draw, 54 losses) to fifth place and then knocked the NC Dinos (57 wins, 2 draws, 51 losses) down to fourth. Only 1.5 games separate KIA from third-place SSG Landers (60 wins, 1 draw, 51 losses).

KIA has the potential to make a big jump to the top of the standings, as they have a good batting lineup and team chemistry.

In particular, Na Sung-beom and Park Chan-ho are leading the hot bats, while ace Yang Hyun-jong has been the centerpiece of the starting lineup as he has been pitching well lately.

KIA will play a three-game series against the Doosan Bears at Jamsil Stadium starting on April 5, and then play four games in Gwangju starting on April 8, 온라인카지노 including a doubleheader against the LG Twins.

KIA has been weak against Dusan this year, going 3-7, and strong against LG, going 5-5.

Kiwoom, who are unlikely to make the postseason, went 4-1 last week. The team has been playing the role of a “pepper squad” (a lower-ranked team that prevents a higher-ranked team from winning).

In particular, Kiwoom won all three games against second-place KT Wiz last week, halting their opponent’s momentum.

KT failed to overtake the first-place LG Twins as they were held back by Kiwoom. Losing back-to-back games to a lower-ranked team late in the season can be devastating for a top team in a tight race.

Kiwoom’s Kim Hye-seong and Ronnie Dawson lead the batting lineup, while Ahn Woo-jin and Ariel Furado lead the pitching staff. Their focus, especially in tight situations, has made them a force to be reckoned with for the top teams.

Kiwoom will play a three-game series against the NC Dinos, who have dropped to fifth place, before facing the last-place Hanwha Eagles on the weekend.

First-place LG and second-place KT will go head-to-head at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on May 5.

LG and KT are 5-5 against each other this year, so the three-game series is expected to be a battle.

LG will start Won-tae Choi on the mound on the 5th, looking for a win. With ace Adam Plutko out for an extended period of time with a pelvic injury, the roles of Choi, Kelly, and Lim Chan-kyu will be crucial.

KT will try to snap a five-game losing streak against LG with William Cuevas, 카지노사이트존 who won his last five starts in August.

KT is in a severe batting slump and needs to regain its hitting touch.