Saturday, January 3, 2009

Lee Woon-Jae, South Korea

Lee Woon-Jae (age 35) is a muslim soccer goalkeeper from South Korea. He was first choice of South Korean team in many international tournaments and now he plays in Suwon Bluewings. After blocked Spain's fourth shot in 2002 World Cup quarter-final, Lee become famous goalkeeper in his country.

Watch this video when Lee made great saved in 2002 World Cup


17 comments:

  1. He is not muslim. Why is he listed as a muslim?

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  2. Because he is a muslim

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  3. He converted to Muslim in 2004.

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  4. really? how to confirm?

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  5. I think your article is great. You simply created the whole of scene and traversed me to the location in person. I simply loved reading it and want to know more on the subject.

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  6. I remember this game, was so complicated to Spain in that moment, of course South Korea put all the effort and concentration in this game, a great game that end in a very hard draw game.

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  7. The article is worth while reading, I like it very much and which you shared the info in this post is very useful. Thanks for sharing a wonderful post.

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  8. I remember this game, was so complicated to Spain in that moment, of course South Korea

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  9. If you douches don't believe he's a muslim.. go read his personal life at the Wikipedia you noobs!

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  10. Due to Wikipedia Revision, someone with the IP address 76.170.237.48 change the 'Personal' entry. He delete all the statement and restate that "Lee Woon Jae is a devout Christian". You can see the comparison from the entry on 00:19, 4 September 2011 and the new entry on 00:21, 4 September 2011. He person replace the statement "Lee Woon-Jae figures are too familiar to football fans in Asia. Woon-Jae, born 26 April, 1973 in Cheongju, plays the agency 182cm and weighs 82 kg, Woon-Jae becomes a doorstop recent South Korean national team. Woon Jae ever riveting all the Asian public in the Asian Cup 2007. Currently, Woon-Jae strengthen the Chunham Dragons in the Champions League Korea, not only that, Woon-Jae also reinforce South Korea in World Cup 1994, 2002, 2006, and 2010. His introduction to Islam, occurred in 2004, before, Woon-Jae embraced Christianity, but as the development of Islam in South Korea, Woon-Jae decided to convert to Islam, he also devout prayer and fasting."

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  12. I'm citizen of south korea and also neighbor of lee woon jae.
    To cut the point, woon jae is not a muslim, and he is devout christian.
    Opinion that he converted to islam at 2004 is not true.
    One of the clue is he is deacon of village church and he was involved drinking accident in 2007 asian cup.(as I know, muslims doesn't drink alchol.kk)
    Please delete this article!

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  14. Thank you sang joon lee. I don't know why one's faith is a business to others. Perhaps there is a pride when someone converts to their religion

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  15. Poor article ... very misleading info

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