South Korea men's national volleyball team

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South Korea
Korea Volley Association.png
Association Korea Volleyball Association
Confederation AVC
Head coach Kim Ho-chul
FIVB ranking 21 (as of August 2017)
Uniforms
Home
Away
Third
Summer Olympics
Appearances 8 (First in 1964)
Best result 5th (1984)
World Championship
Appearances 9 (First in 1956)
Best result 4th (1978)
Asian Championship
Appearances 19 (First in 1975)
Best result Gold (1989, 1993, 2001, 2003)
www.kva.or.kr

The South Korea men's national volleyball team (Korean : 대한민국 남자 배구 국가대표팀) represents South Korea in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches. The Republic of Korea (ROK) has competed in the Olympic Games eight times, but has not featured since the Sydney 2000 Games. The country’s best Olympic performance was fifth place at Los Angeles 1984. the team's best performance at the Olympic Games was a 5th place at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles, California, United States. The national team at the Asian Championship winner four gold medal in 1989 Seoul, 1993 Nakhon Ratchasima, 2001 Changwon and 2003 Tianjin. This performance did not come close to matching their best FIVB World Championship finish of fourth in 1978, when they lost to Cuba in the bronze medal match.

Results[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

World Championship[edit]

  • Czechoslovakia 1949 – Did not participate
  • Soviet Union 1952 – Did not participate
  • France 1956 – 18th place
  • Brazil 1960 – Did not participate
  • Soviet Union 1962 – Did not participate
  • Czechoslovakia 1966 – Did not participate
  • Bulgaria 1970 – Qualified but later withdrew
  • Mexico 1974 – 13th place
  • Italy 1978 – 4th place
  • Argentina 1982 – 8th place
  • France 1986 – Did not qualify
  • Brazil 1990 – 14th place
  • Greece 1994 – 8th place
  • Japan 1998 – 13th place
  • Argentina 2002 – Qualified but later withdrew
  • Japan 2006 – 17th place
  • Italy 2010 – Did not qualify
  • Poland 2014 – 17th place
  • Italy Bulgaria 2018 – Did not qualify

World Cup[edit]

  • Poland 1965 – Did not qualify
  • East Germany 1969 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 1977 – 7th place
  • Japan 1981 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 1985 – 7th place
  • Japan 1989 – 7th place
  • Japan 1991 – 5th place
  • Japan 1995 – 8th place
  • Japan 1999 – 7th place
  • Japan 2003 – 6th place
  • Japan 2007 – 11th place
  • Japan 2011 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 2015 – Did not qualify

World Grand Champions Cup[edit]

  • Japan 1993 – 6th place
  • Japan 1997 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 2001 – 4th place
  • Japan 2005 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 2009 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 2013 – Did not qualify
  • Japan 2017 – Did not qualify

World League[edit]

  • Japan 1990 – Did not participate
  • Italy 1991 – 9th place
  • Italy 1992 – 8th place
  • Brazil 1993 – 10th place
  • Italy 1994 – 9th place
  • Brazil 1995 – 6th place
  • Netherlands 1996 – Did not participate
  • Russia 1997 – 11th place
  • Italy 1998 – 11th place
  • Argentina 1999 – Did not participate
  • Netherlands 2000 – Did not participate
  • Poland 2001 – Did not participate
  • Brazil 2002 – Did not participate
  • Spain 2003 – Did not participate
  • Italy 2004 – Did not participate
  • Serbia and Montenegro 2005 – Did not participate
  • Russia 2006 – 10th place
  • Poland 2007 – 9th place
  • Brazil 2008 – 13th place
  • Serbia 2009 – 14th place
  • Argentina 2010 – 16th place
  • Poland 2011 – 13th place
  • Bulgaria 2012 – 14th place
  • Argentina 2013 – 15th place
  • Italy 2014 – 19th place
  • Brazil 2015 – 18th place
  • Poland 2016 – 23rd place
  • Brazil 2017 – 18th place

Nations League[edit]

  • France 2018 – 16th place

Asian Championship[edit]

Asian Games[edit]

  • Japan 1958 – Did not participate
  • Indonesia 1962 – 5th place
  • Thailand 1966Silver Runners-up
  • Thailand 1970Silver Runners-up
  • Iran 1974Silver Runners-up
  • Thailand 1978Gold Champions
  • India 1982Bronze 3rd place
  • South Korea 1986Silver Runners-up
  • China 1990Silver Runners-up
  • Japan 1994Bronze 3rd place
  • Thailand 1998Silver Runners-up
  • South Korea 2002Gold Champions
  • Qatar 2006Gold Champions
  • China 2010Bronze 3rd place
  • South Korea 2014Bronze 3rd place
  • Indonesia 2018Silver Runners-up

Asian Cup[edit]

Current squad[edit]

The following is the Korean roster in the 2017 World League.[1]

Head coach: Kim Ho-chul

No. Name Date of birth Height Weight Spike Block 2016–17 club
2 Park Joo-hyeong 5 August 1987 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 72 kg (159 lb) 335 cm (132 in) 325 cm (128 in) South Korea Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers
3 No Jae-wook 10 July 1992 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 86 kg (190 lb) 310 cm (120 in) 300 cm (120 in) South Korea Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers
4 Kim Jeong-hwan 23 March 1988 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 94 kg (207 lb) 329 cm (130 in) 320 cm (130 in) South Korea Seoul Woori Card Wibee
5 Bu Yong-chan 30 November 1989 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) 65 kg (143 lb) 290 cm (110 in) 284 cm (112 in) South Korea Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs
6 Lee Min-gyu 3 December 1992 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 78 kg (172 lb) 305 cm (120 in) 295 cm (116 in) South Korea Ansan OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash
7 Lee Kang-won 5 May 1990 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 91 kg (201 lb) 330 cm (130 in) 312 cm (123 in) South Korea Gumi KB Insurance Stars
8 Yoo Yoon-sik 2 February 1989 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 75 kg (165 lb) 310 cm (120 in) 300 cm (120 in) South Korea Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs
9 Lee Sun-kyu (C) 14 March 1981 1.99 m (6 ft 6 in) 90 kg (200 lb) 325 cm (128 in) 320 cm (130 in) South Korea Gumi KB Insurance Stars
10 Kwak Dong-hyuk 12 March 1983 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) 69 kg (152 lb) 265 cm (104 in) 260 cm (100 in) South Korea Gumi KB Insurance Stars
11 Choi Hong-suk 26 June 1988 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in) 80 kg (180 lb) 328 cm (129 in) 320 cm (130 in) South Korea Seoul Woori Card Wibee
13 Oh Jae-seong 2 April 1992 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) 60 kg (130 lb) 285 cm (112 in) 275 cm (108 in) South Korea Suwon KEPCO Vixtorm
14 Song Hui-chae 29 April 1992 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 76 kg (168 lb) 305 cm (120 in) 295 cm (116 in) South Korea Ansan OK Savings Bank Rush & Cash
15 Lee Si-woo 7 April 1994 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 80 kg (180 lb) 300 cm (120 in) 290 cm (110 in) South Korea Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers
16 Jin Sang-houn 22 April 1986 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) 85 kg (187 lb) 336 cm (132 in) 324 cm (128 in) South Korea Incheon Korean Air Jumbos
17 Park Sang-ha 4 April 1986 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 89 kg (196 lb) 327 cm (129 in) 315 cm (124 in) South Korea Seoul Woori Card Wibee
18 Shin Yung-suk 10 April 1986 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 90 kg (200 lb) 335 cm (132 in) 325 cm (128 in) South Korea Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers
20 Jung Ji-seok 10 March 1995 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 87 kg (192 lb) 310 cm (120 in) 300 cm (120 in) South Korea Incheon Korean Air Jumbos
21 Hwang Taek-eui 12 November 1996 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 77 kg (170 lb) 305 cm (120 in) 300 cm (120 in) South Korea Gumi KB Insurance Stars

Former squads[edit]

Ko Hee-jin, Chang Kwang-kyun, Yeo Oh-hyun, Choi Tae-woong (c), Shin Sun-ho, Lee Sun-kyu, Yoon Kwan-yeol, Kim Young-rae, Suk Jin-wook, Lee Hyung-doo, Shin Young-soo and Chang Byung-chul. Head coach: Cha Joo-hyun.
Shin Young-soo, Han Sun-soo, Kwon Young-min, Moon Sung-min, Yeo Oh-hyun, Kim Hak-min, Kim Yo-han, Ko Hee-jin, Park Chul-woo, Suk Jin-wook (c), Ha Hyun-yong and Shin Yung-suk. Head coach: Shin Chi-yong.
Song Myung-geun, Han Sun-soo (c), Shin Yung-suk, Lee Min-gyu, Park Sang-ha, Kwak Seung-suk, Bu Yong-chan, Choi Min-ho, Jeon Kwang-in, Park Chul-woo, Seo Jae-duck and Jeong Min-su. Head coach: Park Ki-won.

Kit providers[edit]

The table below shows the history of kit providers for the South Korea national volleyball team.

Period Kit provider
2000– Asics

Sponsorship[edit]

Primary sponsors include: main sponsors like Shinhan Bank.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team Roster - Korea". FIVB World League 2017. Retrieved 13 June 2017. 

External links[edit]