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BUSAN, South Korea - Three members of the Busan IPark have been selected to represent Korea at the London Olympics. Goalkeeper Lee Beom-young, defender Kim Chang-soo and midfielder Park Jong-woo were selected as part of the 18 man squad today that will lead Korea to try and capture their first medal in Olympic play.

In a surprise move, Arsenal forward Park Chu-young was also selected after his earlier controversy over his delaying his military service. He recently apologized to fans and was rewarded with a selection to the team.


Three IPark Players Heading to London Olympics


BUSAN, South Korea - Three members of the Busan IPark have been selected to represent Korea at the London Olympics. Goalkeeper Lee Beom-young, defender Kim Chang-soo and midfielder Park Jong-woo were selected as part of the 18 man squad today that will lead Korea to try and capture their first medal in Olympic play.

In a surprise move, Arsenal forward Park Chu-young was also selected after his earlier controversy over his delaying his military service. He recently apologized to fans and was rewarded with a selection to the team.


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