South Korea women's national volleyball team

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Association Korea Volleyball Association
Confederation AVC
Manager South Korea Kim Hyung-Sil
Head coach South Korea Hong Sung-Jin
FIVB ranking 10 (as of July 2014)
Summer Olympics
Appearances 9 (First in 1964)
Best result Bronze medal.svg Bronze Medal (1976)
World Championship
Appearances 10 (First in 1967)
Best result Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd (1967, 1974)
FIVB World Cup
Appearances 11 (First in 1973)
Best result Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd (1973, 1977)
Website www.kva.or.kr
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South Korea women's national volleyball team
Medal record
Olympic Games
Bronze 1976 Montreal Team
World Championship
Bronze 1967 Tokyo Team
Bronze 1974 Guadalajara Team
Asian Games
Silver 1974 Tehran Team
Bronze 1978 Bangkok Team
Bronze 1982 New Delhi Team
Silver 1986 Seoul Team
Silver 1990 Beijing Team
Gold 1994 Hiroshima Team
Silver 1998 Bangkok Team
Silver 2002 Busan Team
Silver 2010 Guangzhou Team
Asian Championship
Silver 1975 Melbourne Team
Silver 1989 Hong Kong Team
Silver 1995 Chiang Mai Team
Silver 1997 Manila Team
Silver 1999 Hong Kong Team
Silver 2001 Nakhon Ratchasima Team
Bronze 1979 Hong Kong Team
Bronze 1983 Fukuoka Team
Bronze 1987 Shanghai Team
Bronze 1991 Bangkok Team
Bronze 1993 Shanghai Team
Bronze 2003 Ho Chi Minh City Team
Bronze 2011 Taipei Team
Bronze 2013 Nakhon Ratchasima Team
Asian Cup Volleyball Championship
Silver 2008 Nakhon Ratchasima Team
Bronze 2010 Taicang Team

The South Korea women's national volleyball team represents South Korea in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches. It was one of the leading squads in the world in 1970s, 1990s and still one of the best team in Asian women's volleyball, having won the bronze medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada, and placing fourth at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany and the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain.

Results[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

  • Japan 1964 — 6th place
  • Mexico 1968 — 5th place
  • West Germany 1972 — 4th place
  • Canada 1976Bronze medal.svg 3rd place
  • Soviet Union 1980 — did not participate
  • United States 1984 — 5th place
  • South Korea 1988 — 8th place
  • Spain 1992 — could not participate
  • United States 1996 — 6th place
  • Australia 2000 — 8th place
  • Greece 2004 — 5th place
  • China 2008 — could not participate
  • United Kingdom 2012 — 4th place

FIVB Volleyball World Championship[edit]

  • Soviet Union 1952 — did not compete
  • France 1956 — did not compete
  • Brazil 1960 — did not compete
  • Soviet Union 1962 — did not compete
  • Japan 1967Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd place
  • Bulgaria 1970 — did not compete
  • Mexico 1974Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd place
  • Soviet Union 1978 — 4th place
  • Peru 1982 — 7th place
  • Czechoslovakia 1986 — 8th place
  • China 1990 — 5th place
  • Brazil 1994 — 4th place
  • Japan 1998 — 9th place
  • Germany 2002 — 6th place
  • Japan 2006 — 13th place
  • Japan 2010 — 13th place
  • Italy 2014 — did not qualify

FIVB World Cup[edit]

FIVB World Grand Prix[edit]

  • Hong Kong 1993 — 5th place
  • China 1994 — 5th place
  • China 1995 — 5th place
  • China 1996 — 7th place
  • Japan 1997Med 3.png 3rd place
  • Hong Kong 1998 — 6th place
  • China 1999 — 6th place
  • Philippines 2000 — 6th place
  • Macau 2001 — 7th place
  • Hong Kong 2002 — did not qualify
  • Italy 2003 — 6th place
  • Italy 2004 — 11th place
  • Japan 2005 — 9th place
  • Italy 2006 — 9th place
  • China 2007 — did not qualify
  • Japan 2008 — did not qualify
  • Japan 2009 — 12th place
  • China 2010 — did not qualify
  • Macau 2011 — 9th place
  • China 2012 — 14th place
  • 2013 — did not qualify

FIVB World Grand Champions Cup[edit]

  • Japan 1993 — Did Not Qualify
  • Japan 1997 — 6th place
  • Japan 2001 — 6th place
  • Japan 2005 — 6th place
  • Japan 2009 — 5th place

Asian Games[edit]

Asian Volleyball Championship[edit]

Asian Cup Volleyball Championship[edit]

Current roster[edit]

The following is the Korean roster in the women's volleyball tournament of the 2012 Summer Olympics.[1] view · talk

Head coach: Kim Hyung-sil

Name Date of birth Height Weight Spike Block 2012 club
3 Joon-eem, HaHa Joon-eem 26 December 1989 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in) 74 kg (163 lb) 287 cm (113 in) 281 cm (111 in) South Korea Korea Expressway Corporation
4 Sa-nee, KimKim Sa-nee (C) 21 June 1981 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 75 kg (165 lb) 302 cm (119 in) 292 cm (115 in) South Korea Heungkuk Life
5 Hae-ran, KimKim Hae-ran (L) 16 March 1984 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) 60 kg (130 lb) 280 cm (110 in) 270 cm (110 in) South Korea Korea Expressway Corporation
7 Hyo-sook, LimLim Hyo-sook 26 April 1982 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) 75 kg (165 lb) 278 cm (109 in) 270 cm (110 in) South Korea Korea Expressway Corporation
10 Yeon-koung, KimKim Yeon-koung 26 February 1988 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) 73 kg (161 lb) 307 cm (121 in) 299 cm (118 in) Turkey Fenerbahçe
11 Yoo-mi, HanHan Yoo-mi 5 February 1982 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 65 kg (143 lb) 307 cm (121 in) 297 cm (117 in) South Korea Korea Ginseng Corporation
12 Song-yi, HanHan Song-yi 5 September 1984 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 65 kg (143 lb) 305 cm (120 in) 298 cm (117 in) South Korea GS Caltex
13 Dae-young, JungJung Dae-young 12 August 1981 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 71 kg (157 lb) 303 cm (119 in) 292 cm (115 in) South Korea GS Caltex
14 Youn-joo, HwangHwang Youn-joo 13 August 1986 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) 68 kg (150 lb) 303 cm (119 in) 294 cm (116 in) South Korea Hyundai E&C
17 Hyo-jin, YangYang Hyo-jin 14 December 1989 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 72 kg (159 lb) 287 cm (113 in) 280 cm (110 in) South Korea Hyundai E&C
19 Hee-jin, KimKim Hee-jin 29 April 1991 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) 77 kg (170 lb) 300 cm (120 in) 295 cm (116 in) South Korea IBK Altos
20 Sook-ja, LeeLee Sook-ja 17 June 1980 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) 58 kg (128 lb) 286 cm (113 in) 264 cm (104 in) South Korea GS Caltex

Squads[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TEAM COMPOSITION – KOR / South Korea (women)". FIVB. Retrieved 18 July 2012. 

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