South Korea national football team records

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This article is regarding Korea Republic national football team records.

Individual[edit]

Caps and goals updated as 14 November 2012.

Most capped players[edit]

Bold denotes still active players.

# Name Career Caps Goals
1 Hong Myung-Bo 1990–2002 136 10
2 Lee Woon-Jae 1994–2010 132 0
3 Lee Young-Pyo 1999–2011 127 5
4 Yoo Sang-Chul 1994–2005 122 18
5 Cha Bum-Kun 1972–1986 121 55
6 Kim Tae-Young 1992–2004 105 3
7 Hwang Sun-Hong 1988–2002 103 50
8 Park Ji-Sung 2000–2011 100 13
9 Kim Nam-Il 1998–2010 96 2
10 Choi Soon-Ho 1980–1991 95 30
= Ha Seok-Ju 1991–2001 95 23
12 Lee Dong-Gook 1998–Present 94 30
13 Park Sung-Wha 1974–1984 92 24
= Cho Young-Jeung 1975–1986 92 2
15 Choi Jong-Duk 1975–1986 89 12
= Seo Jung-Won 1990–2001 89 16
17 Park Kyung-Hoon 1981–1990 88 1
18 Huh Jung-Moo 1974–1986 84 29
19 Seol Ki-Hyeon 2000–2009 83 19
20 Cho Kwang-Rae 1975–1986 80 10

Top goalscorers[edit]

Bold denotes still active players.

# Name Career Caps Goals Goals per match
1 Cha Bum-Kun 1972–1986 121 55 0.45
2 Hwang Sun-Hong 1988–2002 103 50 0.49
3 Park Yi-Cheon 1969–1974  ? 36  ?
4 Kim Jae-Han 1972–1979  ? 33  ?
5 Choi Soon-Ho 1980–1991 95 30 0.32
6 Lee Dong-Gook 1998–Present 94 30 0.31
7 Huh Jung-Moo 1974–1986 84 29 0.35
= Kim Do-Hoon 1994–2003 72 29 0.40
9 Choi Yong-Soo 1995–2003 67 27 0.40
= Lee Tae-Ho 1980–1991 72 27 0.38
11 Lee Young-Moo 1974–1982 70 24 0.34
= Park Seong-Hwa 1974–1984 92 24 0.26

Youngest player[edit]

Italics denotes players still playing club football, Bold denotes players still playing in the national team.

# Name Date of birth Date of debut Age Opponent
1 Kim Pan-Geun 1966–03–05 1983–11–01 17 years 242 days  Thailand
2 Kim Bong-Soo 1970–12–04 1988–12–11 18 years 7 days  Iran
3 Ko Jong-Soo 1978–10–30 1997–01–18 18 years 80 days  Norway
4 Son Heung-Min 1992–07–08 2010–12–30 18 years 175 days  Syria
5 Choi Soon-Ho 1962–01–10 1980–09–16 18 years 249 days  Malaysia
6 Lee Chun-Soo 1981–07–09 2000–04–05 18 years 270 days  Laos
7 Park Byung-Chul 1954–11–25 1973–09–22 18 years 301 days  Khmer Republic
8 Cha Bum-Kun 1953–05–22 1972–05–10 18 years 353 days  Khmer Republic
9 Gu Ja-Cheol 1989–02–27 2008–02–17 18 years 355 days  China PR
10 Lee Dong-Gook 1978–04–29 1998–05–16 19 years 17 days  Jamaica
11 Choi Tae-Uk 1981–03–13 2000–04–07 19 years 25 days  Mongolia
12 Park Ji-Sung 1981–02–25 2000–04–05 19 years 39 days  Laos
13 Suk Hyun-Jun 1991–06–29 2010–09–07 19 years 70 days  Iran
14 Noh Jung-Yoon 1971–03–28 1990–07–31 19 years 125 days  China PR
15 Kim Jin-Kyu 1985–02–16 2004–07–14 19 years 148 days  Trinidad and Tobago
16 Ji Dong-Won 1991–05–28 2010–12–30 19 years 216 days  Syria
17 Nam Tae-Hee 1991–07–03 2011–02–09 19 years 221 days  Turkey
18 Seo Jung-Won 1970–12–17 1990–07–27 19 years 222 days  Japan
19 Ki Sung-Yong 1989–01–24 2008–09–05 19 years 225 days  Jordan
20 Park Chu-Young 1985–07–10 2005–06–03 19 years 328 days  Uzbekistan
21 Lee Chung-Yong 1988–07–02 2008–05–31 19 years 333 days  Jordan

Youngest goalscorer[edit]

Italics denotes players still playing club football, Bold denotes players still playing in the national team.

# Name Age Date of record Opponent
1 Ko Jong-Soo 18 years 87 days 1997–01–25  New Zealand
2 Son Heung-Min 18 years 194 days 2011–01–18  India
3 Lee Chun-Soo 18 years 270 days 2000–04–05  Laos
4 Choi Tae-Uk 19 years 25 days 2000–04–07  Mongolia
5 Ji Dong-Won 19 years 216 days 2010–12–30  Syria
6 Ki Sung-Yong 19 years 230 days 2008–09–10  North Korea
7 Park Chu-Young 19 years 328 days 2005–06–03  Uzbekistan

FIFA World Cup captains[edit]

# Player World Cup Played As A Captain Caps
1 Chu Young-Kwang Switzerland 1954 unknown
2 Park Chang-Sun Mexico 1986 32
3 Chung Yong-Hwan Italy 1990 77
4 Choi In-Young USA 1994 48
5 Choi Young-Il France 1998 55
6 Hong Myung-Bo Korea/Japan 2002 136
7 Lee Woon-Jae Germany 2006 132
8 Park Ji-Sung South Africa 2010 100

Team[edit]

All-time records[edit]

FIFA World Cup[edit]

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the FIFA World Cup Preliminary Competition (by year)" (PDF). FIFA.com. Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Retrieved 2011-11-17. 

See also[edit]