Park Joo-bong

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Park Joo-bong (Hangul: 박주봉; Hanja: 朴柱奉; born 5 December 1964) is a former badminton player from South Korea who excelled from the early 1980s through the mid-1990s. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Park Joo-bong has received more than 84,948 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Park Joo-bong is the 5th most popular badminton player, the 397th most popular biography from South Korea and the most popular South Korean Badminton Player.

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Among badminton players, Park Joo-bong ranks 5 out of 81Before him are Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei, Peter Gade, and Taufik Hidayat. After him are Susi Susanti, Alan Budikusuma, Carolina Marín, Pullela Gopichand, Prakash Padukone, Camilla Martin, and Zhang Ning.

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Among people born in 1964, Park Joo-bong ranks 500Before him are Rinaldo Capello, Jon Carin, Johan de Kock, Anthony Weiner, Brenda Fassie, and Magomedsalam Magomedov. After him are Ashot Anastasian, Sékouba Konaté, Lee Evans, Jim Corr, Naoto Ohshima, and Osamu Taninaka.

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In South Korea

Among people born in South Korea, Park Joo-bong ranks 397 out of 774Before him are Kim Ji-won (1992), Kim Ki-bum (1987), Viktor An (1985), Kim Ah-joong (1982), Faker (1996), and Im Soo-jung (1979). After him are Park Ji-yeon (1993), Eun Ji-won (1978), Chungha (1996), Jenna Ushkowitz (1986), Son Dam-bi (1983), and Jin Goo (1980).


Among badminton players born in South Korea, Park Joo-bong ranks 1After him are Lee Yong-dae (1988), Jung Jae-sung (1982), Bang Soo-hyun (1972), Kim Dong-moon (1975), Ha Tae-kwon (1975), Lee Hyo-jung (1981), Lee Kyung-won (1980), Jung Kyung-eun (1990), and Shin Seung-chan (1994).