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April 09, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae reads documents before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae reads documents before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae reads documents before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul April 9, 2009. South Korea's central bank held interest rates steady at a record low for a second consecutive month on Thursday, as expected, and said Asia's fourth-largest economy was levelling off after a rapid decline. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
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April 09, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul April 9, 2009. South Korea's central bank held interest rates steady at a record low for a second consecutive month on Thursday, as expected, and said Asia's fourth-largest economy was levelling off after a rapid decline. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
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March 20, 2009 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talks with country's commercial banks' CEOs before their... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee talks with country's commercial banks' CEOs before their meeting at... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talks with country's commercial banks' CEOs before their meeting at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
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March 20, 2009 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (C) talks with the CEOs of the country's commercial banks... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of Bank of Korea Lee talks with CEOs of country's commercial banks during their meeting at Bank... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (C) talks with the CEOs of the country's commercial banks during their meeting at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
KOREA/
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March 20, 2009 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) talks with the CEOs from the country's commercial banks... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of Bank of Korea Lee talks with CEOs from country's commercial banks before their meeting at... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) talks with the CEOs from the country's commercial banks before their meeting at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
KOREA/
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March 20, 2009 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) greets Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of Bank of Korea Lee greets IBK CEO Yun and KB CEO Kang before their meeting during photo call... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) greets Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro (2nd L) and Kookmin Bank (KB) CEO Kang Chung-won (L) before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 20, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
G20/
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March 13, 2009 
South Korea's Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, arrives prior to the G20 Finance Ministers... 
Horsham, United Kingdom 
South Korea's central bank Governor, Lee Seong-tae, arrives prior to the G20 Finance Ministers meeting... 
South Korea's Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, arrives prior to the G20 Finance Ministers meeting at a hotel near Horsham, in southern England March 13, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN BUSINESS POLITICS) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/
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March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference after the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee speaks during news conference after Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference after the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. South Korea's central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Thursday at a record low of 2.00 percent, pausing an unprecedented spree of six straight cuts and suggesting some unease over the weakness of the won. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/
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March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae participates in a news conference after the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee participates in news conference after Monetary Policy Committee meeting in... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae participates in a news conference after the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. South Korea's central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Thursday at a record low of 2.00 percent, pausing an unprecedented spree of six straight cuts and suggesting some unease over the weakness of the won. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
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March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae participates in a news conference after the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee participates in news conference after Monetary Policy Committee meeting in... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae participates in a news conference after the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. South Korea's central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Thursday at a record low of 2.00 percent, pausing an unprecedented spree of six straight cuts and suggesting some unease over the weakness of the won. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
FINANCE-KOREA/
RTXCNZT 
March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee arrives to preside over Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
FINANCE-KOREA/
RTXCNZR 
March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee arrives to preside over Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
FINANCE-KOREA/
RTXCNZM 
March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae looks over documents before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee looks over documents before he presides over Monetary Policy Committee meeting... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae looks over documents before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
FINANCE-KOREA/
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March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee uses gavel before he presides over Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
FINANCE-KOREA/
RTXCNZH 
March 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea governor Lee uses gavel before he presides over Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul... 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS) 
KOREA/
RTXBKA8 
February 13, 2009 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun gestures during a meeting with the governor of the Bank... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun gestures during a meeting with the governor of BOK Lee... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun gestures during a meeting with the governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae at the BOK headquarters in Seoul February 13, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 13, 2009 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) smiles during a meeting with the governor of the Bank... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun smiles during a meeting with the governor of BOK Lee Seong-ta... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) smiles during a meeting with the governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae at the BOK headquarters in Seoul February 13, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 13, 2009 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun smiles during a meeting with the governor of the Bank... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun smiles during a meeting with the governor of BOK Lee Seong-tae... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun smiles during a meeting with the governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae at the BOK headquarters in Seoul February 13, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 13, 2009 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) and governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun and governor of the BOK Lee Seong-tae shake hands during... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) and governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae shake hands during their meeting at the BOK headquarters in Seoul February 13, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 13, 2009 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) shakes hands with governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK)... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun shakes hands with governor of the BOK Lee Seong-tae during... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun (L) shakes hands with governor of the Bank of Korea (BOK) Lee Seong-tae during their meeting at the BOK headquarters in Seoul February 13, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae looks at his laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee looks at his laptop at the bank's headquarters in Seoul 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae looks at his laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul February 12, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee hits his gavel for photographers at the bank's headquarters in Seoul 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul February 12, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2009 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee hits his gavel for photographers at the bank's headquarters in Seoul 
The Bank of Korea governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul February 12, 2009. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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December 11, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul December 11, 2008. Seoul shares extended gains to 1.55 percent on Thursday morning after the Bank of Korea cut the benchmark interest rate by a bigger-than-expected 100 basis points, sending financials and construction issues higher. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL-KOREA/
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December 11, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul December 11, 2008. Seoul shares extended gains to 1.55 percent on Thursday morning after the Bank of Korea cut the benchmark interest rate by a bigger-than-expected 100 basis points, sending financials and construction issues higher. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL-KOREA/
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December 11, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a gavel to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul December 11, 2008. Seoul shares extended gains to 1.55 percent on Thursday morning after the Bank of Korea cut the benchmark interest rate by a bigger-than-expected 100 basis points, sending financials and construction issues higher. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
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November 23, 2008 
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Seung-soo (C) presides at the top economic officials meeting as he sits... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's PM Han presides at top economic officials meeting as he sits between FM Kang and Bank of... 
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Seung-soo (C) presides at the top economic officials meeting as he sits between Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (L) and Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae at his official residence in Seoul November 23, 2008. South Korea's top economic officials were meeting on Sunday to review falling financial markets and the economy and discuss any further steps to try to shield it against more damage from the spreading global downturn. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
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November 23, 2008 
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Seung-soo (C) presides at the top economic officials meeting as he sits... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's PM Han Seung-soo presides at top economic officials meeting as he sits between FM Kang... 
South Korea's Prime Minister Han Seung-soo (C) presides at the top economic officials meeting as he sits between Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (L) and Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae at his official residence in Seoul November 23, 2008. South Korea's top economic officials were meeting on Sunday to review falling financial markets and the economy and discuss any further steps to try to shield it against more damage from the spreading global downturn. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/
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November 07, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's headquarters in Seoul November 7, 2008. South Korea's central bank cut interest rates on Friday for the third time in a month, joining a global wave of monetary easing aimed at shoring up the world economy and calming panicked financial markets. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/
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November 07, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae answers a reporter's question during a news conference at the bank's headquarters in Seoul November 7, 2008. South Korea's central bank cut interest rates on Friday for the third time in a month, joining a global wave of monetary easing aimed at shoring up the world economy and calming panicked financial markets. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
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October 27, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul October 27, 2008. South Korea's monetary policy board holds an unscheduled meeting on Monday morning at which analysts expect it to cut interest rates and announce plans to buy bonds from local banks to pump liquidity into the squeezed economy. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
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October 26, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae (front R) arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae (front R) arrives to preside over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul October 27, 2008. South Korea's monetary policy board holds an unscheduled meeting on Monday morning at which analysts expect it to cut interest rates and announce plans to buy bonds from local banks to pump liquidity into the squeezed economy. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9Y3Y 
October 26, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank in Seoul October 27, 2008. South Korea's monetary policy board holds an unscheduled meeting on Monday morning at which analysts expect it to cut interest rates and announce plans to buy bonds from local banks to pump liquidity into the squeezed economy. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/KANG
RTX9X1A 
October 26, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee and chairman of the Financial... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang -woo leave after a news conference in Seoul October 19, 2008. One caustic joke doing the rounds of South Korea's tumbling financial markets makes a play on the names of the president and finance minister to sound like the stricken U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. President Lee Myung-bak, and his Finance Minister Kang Man-soo -- twinned to make the "LeeMan Brothers" -- have struggled for credibility in their handling of the global financial storm that Lee himself has said could be more destructive than the Asian financial crisis a decade ago. Picture taken October 19, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P9T 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang-woo try to shake hands as they pose for photographers after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P9I 
October 19, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the Korea... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the Korea... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P9A 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang-woo try to shake hands as they pose for photographers after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P96 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (R), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (R), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang-woo leave after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P94 
October 19, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae speaks during a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P92 
October 19, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae listens to a reporter's question as South Korea's Finance... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae listens to a reporter's question as South Korea's Finance... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae listens to a reporter's question as South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (not pictured) puts forth his hand during a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
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October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang -woo pose for photographers after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P8E 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang -woo pose for photographers after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P8C 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang -woo shake hands after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
FINANCIAL/KOREA
RTX9P8A 
October 19, 2008 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang, Bank of Korea Governor Lee and chairman of the Financial Services... 
South Korea's Finance Minister Kang Man-soo (C), Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae (L) and chairman of the Financial Services Commission, Jun Kwang -woo shake hands after a news conference at a main office of the Korea Federation of Banks in Seoul October 19, 2008. South Korea announced on Sunday sweeping measures to try to rescue its markets dragged down in the global financial crisis, offering a state guarantee on foreign debt and promising to recapitalise financial firms. Asia's fourth-largest economy has looked as one of the region's most vulnerable to the credit crunch with its banks struggling to find the dollars to pay foreign loans and frightened investors hammering down the won to its lowest in over a decade. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/
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October 09, 2008 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the Monetary... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee hits his gavel during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul... 
Bank of Korea Governor Lee Seong-tae hits his gavel for photographers before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul October 9, 2008. South Korea's central bank cut its main interest rate by 25 basis points on Thursday, joining in a round of worldwide rate cuts aimed at stemming turmoil in global markets. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 07, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses his laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, uses his laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses his laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 07, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 07, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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July 10, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses a laptop before the Monetary Policy Committee meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, uses laptop before Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Seoul 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses a laptop before the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul July 10, 2008. The Bank of Korea left its main interest rate steady on Thursday, as expected, opting not to tighten policy right now to fight inflation because that might further undermine growth in the Asia's fourth-largest economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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July 10, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses a laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, uses laptop before he presides over Monetary Policy Committee meeting... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, uses a laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul July 10, 2008. The Bank of Korea left its main interest rate steady on Thursday, as expected, opting not to tighten policy right now to fight inflation because that might further undermine growth in the Asia's fourth-largest economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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July 10, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee, bangs his gavel before he presides over Monetary Policy Committee... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea, Lee Seong-tae, bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul July 10, 2008. The Bank of Korea left its main interest rate steady on Thursday, as expected, opting not to tighten policy right now to fight inflation because that might further undermine growth in the Asia's fourth-largest economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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May 08, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae uses a laptop before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul May 8, 2008. South Korea's central bank held interest rates steady for the ninth consecutive month on Thursday, saying Asia's fourth-largest economy was faced with conflicting risks from inflation and economic slowdown. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA) 
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May 08, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting during a photo call at the bank's headquarters in Seoul May 8, 2008. South Korea's central bank held interest rates steady for the ninth consecutive month on Thursday, saying Asia's fourth-largest economy was faced with conflicting risks from inflation and economic slowdown. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 26, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talks with the chief executives of banks in Seoul at the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
File photo of Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talking with CEOs of banks in Seoul at the... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talks with the chief executives of banks in Seoul at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul in this February 15, 2008 file photo. South Korea sold up to $800 million of won in the foreign exchange market on Wednesday, dealers said, and the government warned speculators it would not tolerate moves in the currency that were damaging to the economy. Both President Lee Myung-bak and the central bank governor, Lee Seong-tae, have expressed concern over high inflation in recent days. Picture taken February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 14, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) and Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon talk at a meeting... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae and Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon talk at a meeting for... 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (R) and Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon talk at a meeting for South Korea's banks CEOs during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 14, 2008 
Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo (L), Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon (C) and governor of the Bank of... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo, Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon and governor of the Bank of Korea Lee... 
Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo (L), Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon (C) and governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae talk before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 14, 2008 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (L), Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon (C), Suhyup Bank CEO... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's bank CEOs talk with governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae in Seoul 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae (L), Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon (C), Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo and Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro talk before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 14, 2008 
Pictured from left are, Citibank Korea CEO Ha Yung-ku, Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won, Korea Exchange... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korea's bank CEOs pose with governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae in Seoul 
Pictured from left are, Citibank Korea CEO Ha Yung-ku, Kookmin Bank CEO Kang Chung-won, Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) CEO Richard Wacker, the Export-Import Bank of Korea (Korea Eximbank) CEO Yang Cheon-sik, governor of the Bank of Korea Lee Seong-tae, Shinhan Bank CEO Shin Sang-hoon, Suhyup Bank CEO Chang Byung-koo and Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Yun Yong-ro before their meeting during a photo call at the Bank of Korea main office in Seoul March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 07, 2008 
Lee Seong-tae, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Lee, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding the Monetary... 
Lee Seong-tae, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 7, 2008. The head of South Korea's central bank said on Friday, chances are increasing for economic growth to slow and consumer inflation to rise, while inflation could grow above its forecast during this year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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March 07, 2008 
Lee Seong-tae, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Lee, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding the Monetary... 
Lee Seong-tae, governor of the Bank of Korea, speaks to the media during a news conference regarding the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul March 7, 2008. The head of South Korea's central bank said on Friday, chances are increasing for economic growth to slow and consumer inflation to rise, while inflation could grow above its forecast during this year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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