Perth Vet

About This Clinic: 

A great vet in central Seoul!

Great service! Dr Yang is friendly and professional. He is happy to answer all your questions and it is clear that he actually cares about the animals he is treating! He recently helped me prepare a dog for travel to the US and it all went perfectly.

Dr Yang spent 4 years in Australia, so he speaks English very well and is used to foreign customers. If you have any questions you can call and speak to someone in English.

Highly recommended!

Products and Services Offered:


서울 용산구 용산동2가 45-1 Yongsan 2 ga 45-1 Noksapyeong Station Exit 2 - go straight, pass the Kimchi pot and Philies. It is across the road from Paris Baguette
Business Hours: 
Monday - Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 2pm-8pm (lunchtime 1pm-2pm)
02 790 7508
English Ability: 


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Contact Details

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More about Dr. Yang Kyoungmo

Chungbuk Nat'l University school of veterinary medicine
Bachelor's degree, Veterinary Medicine
2000 – 2009

Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München / LMU Munich
Visiting student (externship)
2002 – 2004

Dr. Yang's Languages:
• German
• English
• Korean

Dr. Yang's Skills & Expertise:
Veterinary Medicine
Internal Medicine
Animal Welfare
Clinical Research
Animal Nutrition
Infectious Diseases
Veterinary Public Health
Life sciences
Veterinary Pathology
Animal Behavior
Clinical Pathology
Cancer Research
Pain Management
Emergency Medicine
Client Education

Dr. Yang's Experience:

Member of ESMO
September 2013 – Present (4 months)

Member of ESVONC
April 2013 – Present (9 months)

Member of VCS
December 2012 – Present (1 year 1 month)

Member of Oncology journal club
Yonsei university Severance hospital
October 2012 – Present (1 year 3 months)

Member of Oncology journal club
Colorado State University
December 2011 – Present (2 years 1 month)

Medical oncologist
Chungwha international veterinary clinic
January 2013 – August 2013 (8 months)

"Since I came back to Korea, I have seen patients with cancer and have tried to give them what they can do for the better QOL as much as I can."

Visiting doctor
Japan small animal oncology
December 2012 – January 2013 (2 months)

Medical oncologist
Wester animal medical centre dept. of medical oncology
March 2012 – December 2012 (10 months)

"I consulted with many clients with animals with cancer.
And I had realized that most important in seeing cancer patients is honesty and passion to help them."

Intern (medical oncology)
Perth veterinary oncology
January 2010 – February 2012 (2 years 2 months)

"I have joined the initial and revisit consultations where I have learned so many things e.g how we start conversation and what we should give the information to clients
Dr. Wyatt ( my tutor) is really great doctor for the patients and his staff.
I have thought I am so lucky to have such a nice teacher in my oncology studying."

"I have been involved in veterinary medical oncology since 2010.
and I have still studied what is new in our field.
I have written articles about cancer management for the Korean vets since 2012 and attend oncology journal club in Severance hospital every Thursday where I get to know what vet oncologists should think of our patients and what we would have further options in the future.
I have my own oncology center and I have been more passionate in caring for cancer patients.
Proper "QOL" is my ultimate goal in cancer patient care."

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I recommend him as well! He is Sheamus' vet since we got him. He has always been very good and generous with us. I always felt that he genuinely cares about my dog rather than just making money. When my foster dog Balu had serious difficulty breathing, he came to my house to help us, and he didn't charge me anything.
He is also very helpful when we were preparing to bring Sheamus overseas. He didnt have a clinic then, but he would come with us to his friends' clinics and got us big discounts.
He is trustworthy and very friendly.