Lee Young-Pyo is a South Korean international football player who currently features for the English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. He plays as a left back and is considered as one of the best players to have emerged out of the Korean peninsula.
Lee Young-Pyo made his start in professional football for South Korean club Antang LG Cheetahs in 2000 and played for them for two seasons. Then in 2003 he was signed by PSV Eindhoven and went on to play for two seasons for the Dutch side under Gus Hiddink. He was a regular for PSV and played 82 league matches in two seasons and also played in the UEFA Champions League for PSV.
In the summer of 2005 Lee Young-Pyo was signed by Tottenham Hotspur but he has failed to feature regularly for his club and is usually a bench player for Spurs.
Lee Young-Pyo made his international debut for South Korea in 1999 and has played close to 100 international matches for his nation. He performs consistently for his nation and was one of the best players at the 2002 World Cup.