As per the report of Liaison officer and Team
Leader, the following 2 members and 2 High Altitude Workers of 2005 Hanyang
University Alpine Club Mt. Everest Expedition team has been successful to
scale 8848 meter high Mt. Everest on 30th May, 2005 at 7:00 am.
31st May, 2005
1. Mr. Jong Ho Ahn (29 Yrs), Member, Amsa-Dong
2. Mr. Sang See Lee, (44 Yrs), Member,
Manufacturing Industry, Shinchun-dong Siheung-si
3. Mr. Thilian Sherpa, (37 Yrs) High Altitude
Worker, Makalu-5, Shankhushava, Nepal
4. Mr. Tashi Lakpa Sherpa (20 Yrs), High
Altitude Worker, Makalu-9, Shankhushava, Nepal
The 9 members 2005 Hanyang University Alpine
Club Mt. Everest Expedition team was permitted to climb 8848 m. high Mt.
Everest from South East Ridge for the period of 75 days from 25th March, 2005
under the leadership of Mr. Jong Min Kim of South Korea.
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