S. Korean Olympic gold medalist charged over alleged assault

October 8, 2015
1990 – Park Joo-bong, left, and Kim Moon-soo hold up a trophy after winning a men's doubles competition. (Korea Times file)

1990 – Park Joo-bong, left, and Kim Moon-soo hold up a trophy after winning a men’s doubles competition. (Korea Times file)

WONJU, South Korea (Yonhap) — A former Olympic badminton champion has been charged with assaulting an employee of a bar, police said Thursday.

Kim Moon-soo, the 1992 Summer Olympic gold medalist in the men’s doubles, is suspected of hitting the 29-year-old, identified only by his surname Park, multiple times after quarreling over the tab at around 3 a.m., according to the Wonju Police Station in Wonju, Gangwon Province.

He is known to have made a fuss, saying he is “the coach of a team with Lee Yong-dae, a former Olympic champ.” Kim is a coach of the Samsung Electro-Mechanics badminton team.

The 53-year-old is in Wonju, about 130 kilometers southeast of Seoul, with the badminton team for the 96th National Sports Festival set to kick off next Friday.

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