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Dr. Sang Woong Moon

Vitreoretinal disease

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Kyung Hee University Hospital At Gangdong

Seoul, South Korea

2008

Founded

300

Doctors

14.7K

Annual Surgeries

800

Beds

2K

Medical staff

Contact Information

892 Dongnam-ro Gangdong-gu Seoul, South Korea

About

Dr. Sang Woong Moon's skill set and knowledge place him among the best Ophthalmologists in Kyung Hee University Hospital Gangdong, Seoul, Korea. His medical journey began at Kyung Hee University Hospital, in the School of Medicine where he achieved his B. S. degree. He broadened his education by achieving a M. S. degree from Kyung Hee University Hospital, Graduate School of Medicine. Following this, he excelled by achieving his Doctorate of Medicine (M.D.). Finally, he received his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) from the School of Medicine at Kyung Hee University. Over the years, Dr. Sang Woong Moon has gained tons of experience. He did an internship at Kyung Hee University Hospital. He saw an appeal in Ophthalmology and did his Residency in Ophthalmology at Kyung Hee University Hospital. To further his specialty, Dr. Sang Woong Moon did a Fellowship in the Division of Surgical and Medical Retina at Inje University Seoul Paik Hospital. There he became a Retina Fellow and was promoted to Full-time Instructor. He returned to where he first started as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology. With his experience and skills, he was promoted to Associate Professor. He is currently Professor of Ophthalmology at Kyung Hee University Hospital. Dr. Sang Woong Moon specializes in Vitreoretinal diseases such as macular disease and uveitis, etc. His research is mainly about age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy treatment, and drug delivery methods for vitreoretinopathy. Dr. Sang Woong Moon is a considerate and great doctor. He helps patients understand their disease better while working wonders for the eyes.