SEOUL - South Korean Bae Sang-moon plans to compete on the PGA Tour next week in Hawaii while getting legal advice to help resolve a requirement that he return home by month's end to complete military service, his manager said. Bae's mother said the golfer had his overseas travel permit extension request rejected by the Military Manpower Administration. A two-time winner on the PGA TourBae must return to Korea by the end of January or he could risk criminal charges as his current permit expires in the coming days. "(Bae) is seeking legal counsel to work through the military issues in Korea," the 28-year-old golfer's manager said. "He has a valid green card, and Sang-moon intends to stay in the United States as long as it is lawful to do so and play on the PGA Tour this year.”