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Pak Suo-Won (Hangul: 박수원, Bag Su-won) is a South Korean Rainbow operative.
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Born in Gangneung, South Korea. Pak is a member of a large family of fishermen; he has four brothers and three sisters. He entered the South Korean army at the youngest age he could, so long as he would not have to serve on a boat, ever again. Despite (or perhaps because of) his slight build, Pak developed a reputation for physical prowess, particularly endurance. He was accepted into the 707th Special Mission Battalion, making battalion history by being the only inductee to exceed every one of the punishing physical tests exacted upon the battalion during training. He built his reputation up further by succeeding at lengthy solo infiltration missions behind North Korean lines, often in disguise for extended periods of time. Pak is cheerful and optimistic at all times. While Recon operatives are not used in all missions, Pak manages to be in the center of the planning and discussion stages all the same.