Cheju Worldcup Stadium 2001
 1 Story Below Ground,
 5 Stories Above Ground
 Structure:Reinforced Concrete & Truss
 Competition Winner
 Awards:Annual Prize, K.I.A.
             Annual Prize, Kim Swoo-geun
             Cultural Foundation
The unique shape of this 2002 Worldcup Stadium resembles "orum", or the local name for the mounds and craters created by parasitic volcanic activities. Located on a gentle slope toward the sea, this low keyed and low profiled stadium helps to preserve the magnificent view from the city and the stadium toward the sea. The wing-shaped roof that covers slightly over 50 percent of all spectator seats is suspended from the six soaring masts by cables. Design of the stadium intends to be harmonized with nature and its environment so that it becomes a part of wholesome environment, as many examples of vernacular architecture do. The stadium satisfies all the FIFA requirements including media facilities, accessibility for disabled, and safety zonings, among others
 2015 Gocheok Skydome
 2001 Cheju Worldcup

 2009 Hongyon Primary
     School Gymnasiuml

 2005 Chang-dong
     Sports Complex

 2001 The Kimhae
     Ceramic Park Project
     (Competition Second
 2000 Ulsan Baseball
     Stadium Project
     (Competition Second

 1999 Gymnasium
     Project, Ulsan Univ.
 1999 Kimhae Yongdoo
     Sports Complex

 1999 Neighborhood
     Facilities, Mok-Dong
 1998 Jookdo Resort
 1996 Cycling, Archery
     Field, Gymnusium,
     Tennis Court Project
     For Busan Asian Game
 1991 Lotte Resort
     Project, Sokcho Beach

 1983 Chunma Mountain
     Ski Resort