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3RD FL. ACE HIGHEND TOWER-5, 3RD FL. 226, GASAN DIGITAL 1-RO, GEUMCHEON-GU, SEOUL 08502, SOUTH KOREA
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Work +82 2 567 1107
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www.yoonpat.com

Byeong-ok Song

Tel:
Work 82-2-6344-1750
Email:
Yoon & Lee

Work Department

Electronics & Software, Mechanical & Mechatronics

Position

Partner Patent Attorny

Career

Byeong-Ok Song is a member of both the Electronics & Software and Mechanical & Mechatronics Teams at our firm. He specializes in the areas of optics, electronics & electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and semiconductors. Mr. Song has a solid background of over 20 years experience in physics along with extensive experience of practicing patent law both in Korea and overseas since being admitted to the Patent Bar in 1991.

Languages

Korean, English

Member

Korean Patent Attorneys Association (KPAA)

Education

Seoul National University, B.S. Physics Education (1984)
Seoul National University, M.S. Physics Education (1986)
Washington University, St. Louis, USA, LL.M. (2001)


South Korea: Intellectual property

Intellectual property – Local firms

Within: Intellectual property – Local firms

Yoon & Lee boasts an impressive roster of Korean and international pharmaceutical, cosmetics and electronic sector clients. The practice is comprised of experienced patent attorneys and former Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) examiners. Founder and managing partner Dong-yol Yoon leads the team which includes Ji-man Park, whose focus is in the field of electronics, semiconductors, IT and communication, and Byeong-ok Song who specialises in electrical and mechanical engineering and optics. In trade mark and designs, Sang-Yong Lee advises on registrations, portfolio management, opposition and prosecutions, while Seong-hwan Park is recommended biotechnology-related matters.

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