Kim Hak-sung (김학성 born February 28, 1968) is a professional wheelchair curler from South Korea. He is the skip for the South Korean team at the 2010 Winter Paralympics. He graduated from Seoul Art University. In addition to wheelchair curling, he has represented South Korea in both javelin, discus throw and shot put. His hobbies are internet gaming, fishing, and wheelchair basketball. His home wheelchair curling club is Wonju Yonsei Dream located in Gangwon.
12.09.2012 [Arirang News] - The president's words were in line with comments made by Korean Foreign Minister KimSung-hwan earlier in the day. Kim told reporters in Oslo that Seoul would NOT compromise with Japan over territorial or historical issues, even though they are
31.08.2012 [Yonhap News] - 31 (Yonhap) -- Foreign Minister KimSung-hwan instructed officials Friday to study more about South Korea's easternmost islets of Dokdo and strive to promote them actively, as Tokyo repeatedly challenges Seoul's sovereignty of the rocky outcroppings.
26.08.2012 [The Korea Herald] - Foreign Minister KimSung-hwan met with Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla Miranda on Monday to discuss ways to expand economic cooperation and other technological and cultural exchanges between the two countries. Chinchilla arrived here on
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01.02.2011 ... be inconsistent with its international obligations, with [UN] Security Council resolutions and with its own commitments," Steinberg said on a visit to Seoul, where he held talks with South Korean Foreign Minister KimSung Kwan. ...
23.08.2012 [Yahoo! Philippines News] - On August 22 at a CGV movie theater in Wangsimni in Seoul, the cast of R2B: Return to Base were giving their greetings to the fans in the audience when KimSung Soo knowingly asked if there were any soldiers in the audience. Rain then rose from his