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Subject KU Medicine Appoints Professional Golfer Kim Sei-young as Public Relations Ambassador
Selection News Date 2020-02-13 Read 190

 

KU Medicine Appoints Professional

 

 

Golfer Kim Sei-young

 

 

as Public Relations Ambassador

 

 

 

 

 

Korea University Medicine (Executive Vice President for Medical

 

Affairs and President & CEO of University Medical Affairs Kim

 

Young-hoon) held an official ceremony to appoint Kim Sei-young,

 

a professional golfer, as its public relations ambassador on Tuesday,

 

February 11 in Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs’ meeting

 

room on the third floor of Korea University College of Medicine.

 

She will participate in KU Medicine’s major public relations activities

 

such as official events and various social responsibility activities.

 

 

 

“Kim Sei-young’s mental fortitude and intelligence closely resemble

 

the spirit of KU Medicine,” said Kim Young-hoon, Executive Vice

 

President for Medical Affairs. “I am very pleased to be working with

 

Kim Sei-young who will contribute to KU Medicine’s journey to

 

become the most trusted and socially responsible medical institution in

 

the world.”

 

 

 

“It’s an honor and pleasure to be named a public relations ambassador

 

of my alma mater’s hospitals. I will do my best, however small it may

 

be,” said Kim Sei-young. “I wish KU Medicine all the best and I will

 

do my best to meet expectations as a professional golfer.”

 

 

 

Kim Sei-young was born in 1993 and graduated from Korea

 

University’s Department of Social Physical Education (Class of 2011).

 

She won numerous competitions including the 2019 LPGA Tour and

 

the CME Group Tour Championship. This was the tenth career LPGA

 

victory for her, a fourth Korean female golfer to achieve the record.

 

Kim is dubbed the “Magician in Red Pants” as she often shows up in

 

her red pants in the last round and snatches many dramatic victories.

 

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