Beckett Grading Services Expands to the Asian Market

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Dongwoon Lee, BGS Asia Regional Sales Manager

Beckett Grading Services is expanding its global reach.

BGS is proud to announce the hiring of Asia Regional Sales Manager, Dongwood Lee, who will oversee a new BGS office in Seoul, South Korea.

Lee will be in contact with the many avid collectors throughout Asia and Australia who haven’t had the opportunity to get their cards graded by the industry’s leading grading service. He begins immediately.

Lee comes to Beckett with extensive trading card knowledge. He previously worked at Rookie magazine in South Korea where he covered sports cards. He has also been collecting for more than 15 years with a focus on NBA, MLB and PGA cards. He enjoys getting in-person autographs and his collection features signatures from basketball’s LeBron James, soccer star Pelé and tennis standout Mario Sharapova among others.

To get your cards graded, contact Dongwood Lee at or call +82-10-6826-6868.

About Beckett Media
Beckett Media has been the voice of record in the collectibles industry since 1984. Beckett Media operates Beckett Grading Services, an award-winning third-party professional sports card grading service. Beckett Grading Services provides collectors with the finest, most thorough, consistent and accurate grading services available in the industry.

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  1. Robert Lee
    Posted December 20, 2013 at 6:57 pm | Permalink

    So how do I get my cards graded if I live in Asia? Do you have Beckett grading facilities in other Asian countries like Taiwan?

  2. Susan Lulgjuraj
    Posted December 26, 2013 at 5:45 pm | Permalink

    Robert, you should contact the Asia sales rep for more information.

  3. Robert Lee
    Posted December 30, 2013 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    “Robert, you should contact the Asia sales rep for more information.” – I did, he hasn’t responded. It’s been two weeks.

  4. Susan Lulgjuraj
    Posted December 30, 2013 at 11:20 am | Permalink

    There is more information located here:

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