Korea Ice Hockey Association
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|Association name||Korea Ice Hockey Association|
|IIHF membership||July 25, 1960|
|IIHF men's ranking||25th|
|IIHF women's ranking||28th|
|Korea Ice Hockey Association|
|Revised Romanization||Daehan Aiseuhaki Hyeophoe|
|McCune–Reischauer||Taehan Aisŭhak'i Hyǒphoe|
XXIII Olympic Winter Games
The Korean Ice Hockey Association will have the opportunity to compete in the Olympics for the first time, under host nation rules, as Pyeongchang, South Korea has been awarded the 2018 Winter Olympics.
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