Tuesday, June 18 South Korea vs Italy in Daejeon
South Korea brought joy to the nation when they disposed of former World Cup winners
Italy, in a tense period of extra-time.
Saturday, June 22 Spain vs South Korea in Gwangju
South Korea delighted the home crowd by disposing of their third European nation; even if
it was at the penalty shootout.
Tuesday, June 25 Germany vs South Korea in Seoul
So the conspiracy theories can end.... although we all know South Korea didn't want to
play in Yokohama and will enjoy the third-place match in Daegu.
Third Place Match
Saturday, June 29 South Korea vs Turkey in Daegu Song Chong-Gug managed to stun Rustu when his long-shot deflected off Cha
Doo-Ri's bottom, in injury time, for a last consolation goal that ended the game on a
slight high note for the home fans.
South Korea's World Cup Squad
1 Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon Blue Wings)
12 Kim Byung Ji (Pohang Steelers)
23 Choi Eun-Sung (Taejon Citizen)
2 Hyun Young-Min (Ulsan Tigers)
4 Choi Jin-Cheul (Chonbuk Motors)
7 Kim Tae-Young (Chunnam Dragons)
15 Lee Min-Sung (Pusan I.cons)
20 Hong Myung-Bo (Pohang Steelers)
3 Choi Sung-Young (Suwon Blue Wings)
5 Kim Nam-Il (Chunnam Dragons)
6 Yoo Sang-Chul (Kashiwa Reysol)
10 Lee Young-Pyo (Anyang Cheetahs)
13 Lee Eul-Young (Bucheon)
14 Lee Chun-Soo (Ulsan Tigers)
17 Yoon Jong-Hwan (Cerezo Osaka)
21 Park Ji-Sung (Kyoto Purple Sanga)
22 Song Chong-Gug (Pusan I.cons)