List of South Korea national football team managers

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The following is a list of South Korea national football team managers, first established in May 1948 with the appointment of Park Chung-Hwi.[1]

Statistical summary[edit]

As of 15 November 2016
Name Career P W D L Win % Competition Notes
South Korea Park Chung-Hwi May 1948
South Korea Lee Young-Min June 1948 1948 Summer Olympics – Quarterfinal
South Korea Park Chung-Hwi December 1948 – April 1950
South Korea Kim Hwa-Jip April 1952 – February 1954
South Korea Lee Yoo-Hyung March 1954 1954 FIFA World Cup qualification
South Korea Kim Yong-Sik June 1954 1954 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
South Korea Park Chung-Hwi December 1955
South Korea Lee Yoo-Hyung August 1956 1956 AFC Asian CupChampions
South Korea Kim Keun-Chan April 1958
South Korea Chung Kook-Chin July 1959
South Korea Kim Yong-Sik March 1960 1960 Summer Olympics qualification
South Korea Wi Hye-Duk October 1960 1960 AFC Asian CupChampions
South Korea Lee Yoo-Hyung March 1961
South Korea Li Jong-Kap October 1961 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification
South Korea Min Byung-Dae March 1962
South Korea Chung Kook-Chin September 1964 3 0 0 3 00.0 1964 Summer Olympics – Group stage
South Korea Hong Kun-Pyo August 1965 6 3 2 1 50.0 1965 Merdeka TournamentChampions
South Korea Min Byung-Dae June 1966 – December 1966 9 5 0 4 55.6 1966 Merdeka Tournament – Fourth place
1966 Asian Games – Group stage
South Korea Jang Kyung-Hwan July 1967 – November 1967 20 14 3 3 70.0 1968 AFC Asian Cup qualification
1968 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1968 Summer Olympics qualification
South Korea Park Il-Kap August 1968 – December 1968 7 5 0 2 71.4 1968 Merdeka Tournament – Fifth place
South Korea Kim Yong-Sik January 1969 – October 1969 4 1 2 1 25.0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC/OFC)
South Korea Kang Joon-Young November 1969 – December 1969 5 4 1 0 80.0 1969 King's CupChampions
South Korea Han Hong-Ki February 13, 1970 – October 6, 1971 32 20 8 4 62.5 1970 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1970 King's CupChampions
1970 Asian GamesChampions
1971 President's CupChampions
1972 Summer Olympics qualification
South Korea Hong Deok-Young November 1971 4 1 3 0 25.0 1971 King's CupChampions
South Korea Park Byung-Suk December 7, 1971 – June 15, 1972 5 1 2 2 20.0 1972 AFC Asian Cup – Runner-up
South Korea Ham Heung-Chul June 16, 1972 – December 20, 1972 19 11 5 3 57.9 1972 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1972 President's Cup – Third place
1972 King's Cup – Third place
South Korea Min Byung-Dae December 21, 1972 – November 20, 1973 17 10 5 2 58.8 1973 President's Cup – Third place
1974 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC and OFC)
1973 King's CupChampions
South Korea Choi Young-Keun January 1974 – November 17, 1974 8 2 1 5 25.0 1974 President's CupChampions
1974 Asian Games – Quarterfinal
South Korea Ham Heung-Chul November 17, 1974 – May 13, 1976 35 25 5 5 71.4 1975 President's CupChampions
1975 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1975 King's CupChampions
1976 Summer Olympics qualification
South Korea Moon Jung-Sik May 14, 1976 – December 31, 1976 14 8 4 2 57.1 1976 Merdeka Tournament – Group stage
1976 President's CupChampions
1976 King's Cup – Third place
South Korea Choi Jung-Min January 1, 1977 – September 16, 1977 21 14 6 1 66.7 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC and OFC)
1977 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1977 President's Cup – Runners-up
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam September 17, 1977 – December 18, 1977 5 2 3 0 40.0 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC and OFC)
South Korea Ham Heung-Chul March 2, 1978 – March 28, 1979 21 18 2 1 85.7 1978 Merdeka TournamentChampions
1978 President's CupChampions
1978 Asian GamesChampions
1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification
South Korea Jang Kyung-Hwan March 29, 1979 – May 3, 1980 14 11 1 2 78.6 1979 President's Cup – Runners-up
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam May 4, 1980 – June 18, 1982 30 18 7 5 60.0 1980 President's CupChampions
1982 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC and OFC)
1981 President's CupChampions
1982 King's Cup – Runners-up
1982 President's CupChampions
South Korea Choi Eun-Taek June 21, 1982 – January 28, 1983 3 1 0 2 33.3 1982 Asian Games – Group stage
South Korea Cho Yoon-Ohk January 29, 1983 – August 22, 1983 8 4 3 1 50.0 1983 President's Cup – Runners-up
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan August 23, 1983 – July 2, 1984 12 6 3 3 50.0 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
1984 President's Cup – Third place
South Korea Mun Jung-Sik July 3, 1984 – March 18, 1985 12 5 3 4 41.7 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
1984 AFC Asian Cup – Group stage
1986 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam March 19, 1985 – November 19, 1986 24 15 3 6 62.5 1985 President's CupChampions
1986 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
1986 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
1986 Asian GamesChampions
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan November 20, 1986 – July 5, 1988 11 5 5 1 45.5 1987 President's CupChampions
1987 Merdeka Tournament – Runners-up
1988 AFC Asian Cup qualification
1988 President's Cup – Third place
South Korea Kim Jung-Nam July 6, 1988 – October 5, 1988 3 0 2 1 00.0 1988 Summer Olympics – Group stage
South Korea Lee Hoe-Taik October 6, 1988 – July 2, 1990 30 18 6 6 60.0 1988 AFC Asian Cup – Runners-up
1990 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
1990 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
South Korea Lee Cha-Man July 3, 1990 – August 8, 1990 4 3 1 0 75.0 1990 Dynasty CupChampions
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan August 9, 1990 – October 23, 1990 10 8 0 2 80.0 1990 Asian Games – Third place
South Korea Ko Jae-Wook May 22, 1991 – July 27, 1991 6 3 3 0 50.0 1991 President's CupChampions
South Korea Kim Ho July 8, 1992 – July 23, 1994 37 14 15 8 37.8 1992 Dynasty Cup – Runners-up
1993 President's Cup – Runners-up
1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
1994 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
Russia Anatoliy Byshovets July 24, 1994 – February 26, 1995 13 6 4 3 46.2 1994 Asian Games – Fourth place
1995 Dynasty Cup – Runners-up
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan April 26, 1995 – July 31, 1995 2 1 0 1 50.0 1995 Korea Cup – Semifinal
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo August 1, 1995 – August 12, 1995 1 0 0 1 00.0
South Korea Jung Byung-Tak September 16, 1995 – September 30, 1995 0 0 0 0 00.0
South Korea Ko Jae-Wook October 20, 1995 – October 30, 1995 0 0 1 0 00.0
South Korea Park Jong-Hwan February 15, 1996 – January 7, 1997 16 8 3 5 50.0 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification
1996 AFC Asian Cup – Quarterfinal
South Korea Cha Bum-Kun January 8, 1997 – June 21, 1998 42 22 11 9 52.4 1997 Korea CupChampions
1998 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
1998 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
South Korea Kim Pyung-Seok June 22, 1998 – June 25, 1998 1 0 1 0 00.0 1998 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo October 14, 1998 – November 13, 2000 33 17 11 5 51.5 1998 Asian Games – Quarterfinal
1999 Korea Cup – Third place
2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup – Group stage
2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
2000 AFC Asian Cup – Third place
South Korea Park Hang-Seo December 20, 2000 1 0 1 0 00.0 Korea-Japan Annual Match
Netherlands Guus Hiddink January 1, 2001 – June 30, 2002 39 14 13 12 35.9 2001 Lunar New Year Cup – Third place
2001 FIFA Confederations Cup – Group stage
2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup – Fourth place
2002 FIFA World Cup – Fourth place
South Korea Kim Ho-Gon November 18, 2002 – December 20, 2002 1 0 0 1 00.0
Portugal Humberto Coelho February 3, 2003 – April 19, 2004 18 9 3 6 50.0 2003 East Asian Football ChampionshipChampions
2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification
2006 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Second Round
South Korea Park Sung-Hwa April 20, 2004 – June 15, 2004 4 2 1 1 50.0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Second Round
Netherlands Jo Bonfrere June 24, 2004 – August 23, 2005 24 10 8 6 41.7 2004 AFC Asian Cup – Quarterfinal
2006 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round
Netherlands Dick Advocaat October 1, 2005 – June 30, 2006 19 9 5 5 47.3 2006 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
Netherlands Pim Verbeek July 1, 2006 – July 25, 2007 17 6 6 5 35.3 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
2007 AFC Asian Cup – Third place
South Korea Huh Jung-Moo December 7, 2007 – July 2, 2010 44 22 15 7 50.0 2008 East Asian Football ChampionshipChampions
2010 East Asian Football Championship – Runners-up
2010 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
2010 FIFA World Cup – Round of 16
South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae July 21, 2010 – December 8, 2011 21 12 6 3 60.0 2011 AFC Asian Cup – Third place
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Third Round
South Korea Choi Kang-Hee December 21, 2011 – June 18, 2013 14 7 2 5 50.0 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)
South Korea Hong Myung-Bo June 24, 2013 – July 10, 2014 19 5 4 10 26.3 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup – Third place
2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage
South Korea Shin Tae-yong September 5, 2014 – September 8, 2014 2 1 0 1 50.0
Germany Uli Stielike September 5, 2014 – 33 24 4 5 72.73 2015 AFC Asian Cup - Runners-up
2015 EAFF East Asian Cup - Champions
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Second Round
2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – AFC Third Round

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