The lake was created in 1939 to improve irrigation in the area.
It was added to the list of 61 most important wetlands on 1 August 2000.
He first gained national recognition as the winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006.
To the south and west of the lakes are rice paddies, at the mouth of the Ing River is marsh area.
The main aquatic plants in the lake are Najas graminea and Ceratophyllum demersum.
He worked at two law firms - Venture Law Group and Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. On Puka Puka, Kwon developed a long-lasting alliance and friendship with fellow Korean-American attorney Rebekah "Becky" Lee.
He served a judicial clerkship with Judge Barrington D. In Episode 2, Kwon was banished to Exile Island by the Hispanic Aitutaki tribe, after Aitutaki intentionally lost the second immunity challenge.
However, Kwon and Penner were able to convince Anh-Tuan "Cao Boi" Bui and Jessica "Flicka" Smith from their old respective tribes to side with them and voted out Cecilia Mansilla.
After that, the new Aitutaki tribe enjoyed back-to-back immunity challenge wins in episodes 4 and 5.
) is an semi-natural freshwater lake in northern Thailand.
It covers an area of 12,831 rai (20.5 km²) at an elevation of 380 m. The town of Phayao is at the southeast corner of the lake.
On Exile Island, Kwon was able to decipher the clues and find the hidden immunity idol, which would be very instrumental to his survival later in the game.