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...of darkness.? In Tulsa, Okla., Angel Yin and Eun Jeong Seong advanced to the 36-hole final in the U.S. Girls' Junior...Evelyn Arguelles 1 up in the semifinals. The 15-year-old Seong, from South Korea, beat Jayna Choi, of Collierville, Tenn...
Lee-Anne Pace catches Laura Diaz in LPGA Tour event

...Alice) Jo defeated medalist Eun Jeong Seong, 3 and 2, at The Home Course to become...a USGA title in the event's finale.Seong had set a Women's Amateur Public Links...15-year-old Jo said of the 14-year-old Seong. "She is very good."Jo never trailed...
Laura Diaz handles pressure in LPGA event

...WOMEN'S PUBLIC LINKS: In Dupont, Wash., teenagers Eun Jeong Seong, of Korea, and Fumie (Alice) Jo, of China, will square off in today's 36-hole final.Seong, 14, beat Alana Uriell 1-up in her semifinal. And Jo, 15, stopped...
Inbee Park starts fast, takes lead in LPGA event

...Texas, will play 15-year-old Andrea Lee of Hermosa Beach, Calif. Gillman rallied to beat 18-year-old Su-Hyun Oh, of Australia, in 20 holes, and Andrea Lee topped 14-year-old Eunjeong Seong, of South Korea, 2 and 1.
Orioles scouts banned from Korean games after signing teen pitcher

...signing of student players until their graduation year.KBA officials said the Orioles signed 17-year-old left-hander Kim Seong-min in January.The officials said they plan to notify Major League Baseball of their decision later Friday.South Korean...
Family of shooter sought better life in U.S.: report

...building, the newspaper reported quoting building owner Lim Bong-ae, 67. Police identified the shooter's father as Cho Seong-tae, 61. "I didn't know what (Cho's father) did for a living. But they lived a poor life," Lim told the newspaper...
Coming to America

...She was American. They were Korean. East met West. It wasn't easy. When Sun was 6 months old, the hotel chain her dad, Seong, worked for transferred him from Seoul to Atlanta. Two years later, he moved to Augusta to open a business. His wife, Yeon...
The Yellow Sea

Now Playing Synopsis: The Chaser director Na Hong-jin returns to deliver this action-packed suspense thriller about a desperate cab driver who stumbles into a treacherous conspiracy after agreeing to perform an assassination in South Korea. Gu-Nam (Ha Jung-woo) drives a taxi in Yanji City. Located between the borders of North Korea and Russia in Northeastern China, Yanji City is home to nearly 100,000 Chinese-Koreans known as Joseonjok. Six months ago, Gu-Nam's wife traveled to Korea in hopes of earning some extra money. He hasn't heard from her since. In addition, Gu-Nam has lost a great deal of money at mah-jongg. He gets a rare opportunity to get out of debt, however, when he crosses paths with Myun-ga, a hired killer who recruits him for a one-time job in South Korea. Reasoning that he will have the opportunity to search for his wife while he's there, Gu-Nam accepts. But shortly after arriving in South Korea, Gu-Nam is framed for another crime. As he flees from the cops, a vicious crime boss (Cho Seung-Ha), and a determined assassin, the terrified cabdriver realizes he has walked right into a deadly trap. Now, unless Gu-Nam can discover who is behind the conspiracy and why he is being hunted through the streets of Seoul, he may never see his beloved wife again. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ha Jeong-woo, Kim Yoon-seok, Cho Seong-Ha, Lee Chul-Min Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review