Park Jeong-hwan

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Park Junghwan
Full name Park Junghwan
Hangul 박정환
Born (1993-01-11) 11 January 1993 (age 22)
South Korea
Residence South Korea
Teacher Kwan Kab Ryong
Turned pro 2006
Rank 9 dan
Affiliation Hanguk Kiwon
Park Jeong-hwan
Medal record
Competitor for  South Korea
Asian Games
Gold medal – first place 2010 Guangzhou Men's Team
Gold medal – first place 2010 Guangzhou Mixed doubles

Park Junghwan (born 11 January 1993) is a South Korean professional Go player of 9-dan rank.

Park defeated Lee Chang-ho to advance to the final of the 2012 Ing Cup, where he faced Fan Tingyu for the title. He lost three games to one.[1] He won the Fujitsu Cup in 2011, and the 19th LG Cup in 2015.

Promotion record[edit]

Rank
Year
Notes
1 dan 2006 Promoted to professional dan rank after passing qualifying test.
2 dan 2007
3 dan 2008
4 dan 2009 Promoted from 3 dan to 4 dan for winning the 4th Siptan.
5 dan 2009 Promoted from 4 dan to 5 dan for winning the 14th Chunwon
6 dan 2010 Promoted from 5 dan to 6 dan for defending his Siptan title.
7 dan 2010 Promoted from 6 dan to 7 dan after qualifying for the 2nd BC Card Cup main tournament.
8 dan 2010
9 dan 2010 Promoted to 9 dan for winning the Asian Games, becoming the youngest Korean 9 dan at 17 years old.

Career record[edit]

  • Total: 316 wins, 113 losses (73.7% winning percentage).[2][2][3][4]

Titles & runners-up[edit]

Ranks tied for ninth in total amount of titles in Korea (as of August 2013).

Domestic
Title Wins Runners-up
Siptan 2 (2008, 2009)
GS Caltex Cup 1 (2011)
Prices Information Cup 1 (2013)
Chunwon 1 (2009)
KBS Cup 3 (2010–2012)
Maxim Cup 2 (2012, 2013)
Baduk Masters Fighting God 1 (2007)
Total 11 0
Continental
China-Korea Tengen 1 (2010)
Total 1 0
International
Ing Cup 1 (2013)
Asian TV Cup 1 (2013)
Fujitsu Cup 1 (2011)
LG Cup 1 (2015)
Total 2 2
Career total 14 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ing Cup". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 31 August 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Korean win-loss 2007". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "Korean win-loss 2008". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  4. ^ "Korean win-loss 2009". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 

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