South Korea national amateur boxing athletes

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South Korea national amateur boxing athletes represents South Korea in regional, continental and world matches and tournaments sanctioned by the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA).

Olympics[edit]

2004 Athens Olympics[edit]

Seven amateur boxers represented South Korea in this edition of the Olympiad winning two bronze medals from the Featherweight and the Welterweight division. This country is ranked 12th in a four-way tie in the boxing medal tally.

Entry list[edit]

Asian Games[edit]

2006 Doha Asian Games[edit]

Ten amateur boxers represented Korea in this edition of the Asiad, winning three silver medals and one bronze medal. This country is ranked 8th with a total of 4 medals.[1]

Entry list[edit]

  • Jong Sub Baik (Lightweight)
  • Deok Jin Cho (Middleweight)
  • Soon Chul Han (Bantamweight) - Silver
  • Moo Won Hong (Light Flyweight) - Bronze
  • Byeong Gook Jeon (Heavyweight)
  • Seok Hwan Jo (Featherweight)
  • Kim Jung Joo (Welterweight)
  • Ok Sung Lee (Flyweight)
  • Myung Hoon Shin (Lightwelterweight) - Silver
  • Hak Sung Song (Light Heavyweight) - Silver

2010 youth boxing state finalists[edit]

  • Ko Un (Lightweight)
  • Kim Sowol (Lightweight) (Vice Captain)
  • Yun Dong-ju (Lightweight)- Gold
  • Han Jung-Woo (Lightweight)(Captain)- Bronze
  • Park Mok-wol (Light Heavyweight)
  • Park Kyung-ni (Flyweight)
  • Han Yong-un (Lightweight) - Bronze

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