South Korea women's national field hockey team

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Korea
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Association Korea Hockey Association
Confederation ASHF (Asia)
Coach Han Jin-soo
Assistant coach Kim Yo-on
Manager Hong Kyung-suep
Captain Kim Jong-eun
FIH ranking 9 (2014)
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Korea women's national field hockey team at Riverbank Arena – London 2012 Summer Olympics

The Korea women's national field hockey team represents the Republic of Korea (South Korea) in international field hockey competitions.

The team has participated in every Summer Olympic Games since 1988 and have won silver twice: at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics and at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. They won the gold medal at the 1989 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy and the bronze medal at the 1990 Women's Hockey World Cup.

Results[edit]

Summer Olympics
  • 1988Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 19924th place
  • 1996Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 20009th place
  • 20047th place
  • 20089th place
  • 20128th place

Women's Hockey World Cup

  • 1990Med 3.png Bronze medal
  • 1994Participated
  • 19985th place
  • 20026th place
  • 20069th place
  • 20106th place
  • 20147th place

FIH Hockey World League

Hockey Champions Trophy

Hockey Champions Challenge

Asian Games

  • 1982Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 1986Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 1990Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 1994Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 1998Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 2002Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 20064th place
  • 2010Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 2014Med 1.png Gold medal

Asia Cup

Asian Hockey Champions Trophy

Current roster[edit]

Roster for the 2014 Women's Hockey World Cup.

Head coach: Han Jin-soo

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Lee Sin-hye GK 27
3 Kim Hyun-ji 20
4 Kim Young-ran 28
5 Heo Jae-seong 22
7 Cha Se-na 28
8 An Hyo-ju 26
9 Han Hye-lyoung 28
10 Park Mi-hyun 28
11 Kim Jong-eun (c) 28
No. Player Pos. Age
12 Kim Da-rae 27
13 Cheon Seul-ki 25
15 Cho Eun-ji 24
17 Kim Ok-ju 26
19 Oh Sun-soon 27
20 Park Ki-ju 24
22 Jang Soo-ji GK 26
23 Lee Young-sil 27
32 Cheon Eun-bi 22

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