Tag Archives: South Korea National Team

The Daily Drool – Champions League Group H – Valencia: Lee Kang-in

17 Oct

Attacking midfielder Lee joined Valencia in 2018. He has represented South Korea at the U20 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool – World Cup 2018 Group F – South Korea: Kim Shin-Wook

25 Jun

Super tall striker Kim (6’5″!!!!) currently plays for Jeonbuk Hyundai. He has represented South Korea at the U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Hee-Chan Hwang

10 May

Forward Hee-Chan currently plays for Red Bull Salzburg. He has represented South Korea at the U17, U20, U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool – Club World Cup – Jeonbuk: Lee Dong-Gook

13 Dec

lee-dong-gookI thought it might be fun to have some Drools from the Club World Cup teams. First up is Jeonbuk Hyundai striker (and father of five!) Lee Dong-Gook who has been with the team since 2009. He has represented South Korea at the U20, U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Yun Suk-Young

9 Mar

Yun Suk-YoungLeft back Yun is currently on loan to Charlton Athletic from QPR. He has represented South Korea at the U17, U20, U23 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Hwang Seok-ho

31 Mar

Hwang Seok-hoCenter/full back Hwang Seok-ho currently plays for J League side Kashima Antlers. He has represented South Korea at the U23 and senior levels.

World Cup 2014 – Group H Match Report: South Korea 0- Belgium 1

29 Jun

Pic 1 fansSouth Korean fans stood by their team to the bitter end as Belgium ensured their place at top of Group H. Continue reading

World Cup 2014 – Group H: Match Preview: South Korea – Belgium

26 Jun

Pic 1 Arena de Sao PauloWhen: Thursday, June 26 local time 5PM
Where: Sao Paulo
Stadium: Arena de Sao Paulo, home to Sao Paulo’s Corinthians club, also site of a crane collapse in November that killed two.
Stadium capacity: 65,807
Referee: Benjamin Williams (AUS) Continue reading

World Cup 2014 – Group H: Match Report – South Korea 2- Algeria 4

25 Jun

Pic 1 South korean fans in porto allegreThe Desert Foxes Conquer the Taegeuk Warriors

Tribute to the South Korean fans who encouraged their Warriors to come back for a strong finish despite a devastating first half. Sadly the effort would not bring them any points and go into the last Group Match Day with everything on the line. Continue reading

World Cup 2014: I Heart Coaches

22 Jun

Pic 1 World Cup CoachesThe pounding of the heart. The sweaty palms. The upset stomach. The drama of the World Cup. We love it and we gladly suffer through it every four years and long for the body wrecking drama as soon as it’s over. If we’re lucky, we are rewarded with excellent play, amazing goals and suspense until the final whistle. Continue reading