Sangwook Lee is a National Cricket Player from South Korea. He started playing Cricket in 2006. He plays for Skku Dragons, a Cricket Club in South Korea. Sangwook and his team are practising everyday for the Asian Games in 2018. He has played on 2014 Asian games. Sangwook feels that having more young cricketers join the game would help the South Korean Cricket in the long run. 

1. Tell us about yourself?Sangwook Lee - South Korea National Cricket Team Player

Date of Birth: 1986.05.09
Gender: Male
Playing Role: Opening batsman
Batting Style: Right hand
Bowling Style: Slow bowler/ off spinner
Address: Seoul
Country: South Korea

2. At Present: Are you a Coach? A cricket player? A cricket related business? A club Owner? A cricket Fan? Mention your work profile (if anything else).
Cricket player. The member of Korean national team.

3. Are you playing cricket currently? If Yes - Since how long are you playing cricket? What level of cricket have you played so far in your country?
Cricket in South KoreaYes, I have played cricket for 9 years since 2006.

4. Do you play for any club or a team?
I belong to Skku Dragons which is one of the club team in Korea. It's founded in 2001.

5. Where do you and your team see yourself in coming 5 years?
We train everyday for The Asian Game in 2018. We could participate the EAP competition next year if we have chance to join it.

6. Do your club/association have any website or facebook page? Mention their links.
This is Korea Cricket Association website.South Korea National Cricket Team
This one is a facebook page for cricketer in korea.

7. Any recent achievements/activities that you had.
I participated in the Asian Games in 2014 and played all the matches. There has been no matches with the other country team since last year. We have a league every year. Started this season in May and is ongoing currently. Korean national team and Japanese university confederation team will have matches next month in August at Yeonhui Cricket Stadium, Incheon.

Cricket in South Korea - Sangwook Lee8. Would you like to come to India for a tournament or a coaching camp?
Yes, but there is budget problem.

9. What are the challenges you are facing in your country's cricket?
As I said above, we do not have enough budget to manage KCA (Korea Cricket Association) as we don't have any sponsor.

10. One thing that you instantly need that would boost the involvement of people in your country's cricket?
In my opinion, we need more young players between 13 and 20.

11. Name any 3 active Cricket Clubs from your locality, Country.
You can find out active Cricket Clubs in Korea if you connect to these facebook pages.

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