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Kang, Leeseul (강이슬)             ------->>

The most prolific 3-pt shooter in the WKBL history. Nicknamed "Seul-tephen Curry" for shooting prowess. Became the 1st to hit over 100 3s in a single season in 2018, and became the youngest ever to reach the 500 milestone in 2020. Also made a strong impression by hitting 6 3-pointers against England in an Olympic qualifier victory in 2020, which led to signing a training camp contract with the Washington Mystics. 

Paul Lee

이규태
Korea

Paul has worked with us since 2002, and has an extensive background in Korean media, including having worked as a sports writer and editor for The Korea Times for nearly 20 years, and a color-commentator for Time-Warner Cable's Korean language broadcast of the Los Angeles Lakers game for 3 years. Paul was born in Korea, but currently resides in the Los Angeles area.   Paul and CGG together have signed among the top Korean female basketball players, including the young sensation JiSu Park, who currently plays for Las Vegas in the WNBA.

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EJ Kang

강은정

Assistant Director CGG Korea

 

E.J. has been working with us since 2002, and she is our local representative in Korea. She had worked with a Korean sports marketing agency prior to joining us, and is also very well known in Korean volleyball community, successfully having brokered many high profile deals in that side also. 

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Ji Su Park / Las Vegas Aces

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Go, Ahra (고아라)    (pictured above)

Competed in Los Angeles Sparks training camp in 2017. Known for her athleticism and defense in Korea. Runs and sees the floor exceptionally well. Best in transition and thrives when playing with elite foreign players. 

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Coach Kang, Byungsoo (강병수)

Former head coach of Korea University, one of the two perennial premier powers in men's college basketball in Korea. Recipient of the 2018 College Basketball Coach of the year. Also has an assistant coach experience at professional level, and has a real passion to teach youngsters. 

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