In 2000, Jung was part of the Korean national junior team competed at the World Junior Championships in Guangzhou, China, and Asian Junior Championships in Kyoto, Japan. In Guangzhou, he won the mixed team bronze after his team lose 2–3 to China, and in Kyoto, he won the boys'doubles silver and boys' team bronze.
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- "Two-time All England winner Jung Jae Sung taken by a heart attack at 35". www.badzine.net. Retrieved 2018-03-09.
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