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FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Seoul, South Korea – Results

From 11 to 12 November 2017 a FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar was organized in Seoul, South Korea, by the Korean Chess Federation, in cooperation with the Asian Chess Federation and under auspices of FIDE.

The lecturer was IA Casto Abundo (PHI), FIDE Lecturer.

The venue of the Seminar was the University of Seoul. The lectures were in English language.

Thirty eight (38) people from South Korea participated in the Seminar and all of them participated in the examination test that was held after the end of the lectures.

Seoul group

The following succeeded in the test and will be awarded a norm for the FIDE Arbiter title and after the approval of the FIDE Presidential Board:

13201034 Ahn, Sungmin KOR M
13201727 Kang, Taehyung KOR M
13207539 Kim, Yunseo KOR M
13208853 Chung, Changwook KOR M
13201379 Choi, Ian KOR M
13209469 Yoon, Renee KOR F
13205200 Kim, Changhyung KOR M
13207245 Kim, Hannah KOR F
13200852 Byun Sungwon KOR F
13207873 Suh, Ethan Hojun KOR M
13206192 Lee, Jiyoon KOR F
13203207 Kim, Derek minwoo KOR M
13205102 Cho, Sungyun KOR M
13207920 Choi, Hojoon Jayden KOR M
13202847 Choe, Hyungjin KOR M
13203193 Maximilian Huh KOR M
13204343 Cho, Jaehan KOR M
13209493 Choi, Brandon KOR M
13202316 Kim, Yubin KOR F
13202308 Shin, Hyunggyu KOR M
13207989 Kim, Jaesung KOR M
13207229 Chung, Minche KOR M
13202073 Ju, Jessica KOR F
13203746 No, Jihyun KOR F
13207903 Kim, Herrie KOR F
13202650 Song, Gihoon KOR M
13207210 Yoon, Chanyoung KOR M
13204467 Kim, Doyeon KOR M
13207890 Kim, jaeyun KOR M

IA Takis Nikolopoulos
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

Seoul lecture

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