South Korea national football team results – 2000s

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This is a list of football games played by the Korea Republic national football team between 2000 and 2009. Korea Republic's score is shown first.

2000[edit]

Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 21, 2000  New Zealand W 1–0 Auckland, New Zealand Friendly Seo Dong-Won
January 23, 2000  New Zealand D 0–0 Palmerston, New Zealand Friendly
February 15, 2000  Canada D 0–0 Los Angeles, United States 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup
February 17, 2000  Costa Rica D 2–2 Los Angeles, United States 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup Lee Dong-Gook, Lee Min-Sung
April 5, 2000  Laos W 9–0 Seoul, South Korea 2000 Asian Cup Qualifiers Sim Jae-Won, Kim Eun-Jung(3), Lee Chun-Soo, Seol Ki-Hyeon(3), Ahn Hyo-Yeon
April 7, 2000  Mongolia W 8–0 Seoul, South Korea 2000 Asian Cup Qualifiers Ahn Hyo-Yeon(2), Choi Tae-Uk, Choi Chul-Woo, Lee Chun-Soo
April 9, 2000  Myanmar W 4–0 Seoul, Korea 2000 Asian Cup Qualifiers Seol Ki-Hyeon(2), Ahn Hyo-Yeon(2)
April 26, 2000  Japan W 1–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Ha Seok-Ju
May 28, 2000  Yugoslavia D 0–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly
May 30, 2000  Yugoslavia D 0–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly
June 7, 2000  Macedonia W 2–1 Teheran, Iran 2000 LG Cup Choi Chul-Woo, Park Ji-Sung
June 9, 2000  Egypt W 1–0 Teheran, Iran 2000 LG Cup Park Kang-Jo
July 28, 2000  China PR W 1–0 Beijing, China Friendly Lee Young-Pyo
October 4, 2000  United Arab Emirates D 1–1 (2-3p) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2000 LG Cup Lee Young-Pyo
October 7, 2000  Australia W 4–2 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2000 LG Cup Sim Jae-Won, Noh Jung-Yoon, Seol Ki-Hyeon, Lee Dong-Gook
October 13, 2000  China PR D 2–2 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup Group Match Lee Young-Pyo, Noh Jung-Yoon
October 16, 2000  Kuwait L 0–1 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup Group Match
October 19, 2000  Indonesia W 3–0 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup Group Match Lee Dong-Gook(3)
October 23, 2000  Iran W 2–1 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup Quarterfinals Kim Sang-Sik, Lee Dong-Gook
October 26, 2000  Saudi Arabia L 1–2 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup Semifinals Lee Dong-Gook
October 29, 2000  China PR W 1–0 Beirut, Lebanon 2000 Asian Cup 3rd/4th Lee Dong-Gook
December 20, 2000  Japan D 1–1 Yokohama, Japan Friendly Ahn Jung-Hwan

2001[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2001 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 24, 2001  Norway L 2–3 Hong Kong, China 2001 Carlsberg Cup Ko Jong-Soo, Kim Do-Hoon
January 27, 2001  Paraguay D 1–1 (6-5p) Hong Kong, China 2001 Carlsberg Cup Ko Jong-Soo
February 11, 2001  United Arab Emirates W 4–1 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2001 Dubai Tournament Song Chong-Gug, Yoo Sang-Chul, Seol Ki-Hyeon, Ko Jong-Soo
April 24, 2001  Iran W 1–0 Cairo, Egypt 2001 LG Cup Kim Do-Hoon
April 26, 2001  Egypt W 2–1 Cairo, Egypt 2001 LG Cup Ha Seok-Ju, Ahn Hyo-Yeon
May 24, 2001  Cameroon D 0–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly
May 30, 2001  France L 0–5 Seoul, Korea 2001 Confederations Cup
June 1, 2001  Mexico W 2–1 Seoul, Korea 2001 Confederations Cup Hwang Sun-Hong, Yoo Sang-Chul
June 3, 2001  Australia W 1–0 Seoul, Korea 2001 Confederations Cup Hwang Sun-Hong
August 15, 2001  Czech Republic L 0–5 Prague, Czech Republic Friendly
September 13, 2001  Nigeria D 2–2 Seoul, Korea Friendly Lee Chun-Soo, Choi Yong-Soo
September 16, 2001  Nigeria W 2–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly Kim Do-Hoon, Lee Dong-Gook
November 8, 2001  Senegal L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
November 10, 2001  Croatia W 2–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Choi Tae-Uk, Kim Nam-Il
November 13, 2001  Croatia D 1–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly Choi Yong-Soo
December 9, 2001  United States W 1–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Song Chong-Gug

2002[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2002 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 19, 2002  United States L 1–2 Los Angeles, United States 2002 Gold Cup Song Jong-Gug
January 23, 2002  Cuba D 0–0 San Francisco, United States 2002 Gold Cup
January 27, 2002  Mexico W 0–0 (AET, 4 PK 2) Los Angeles, United States 2002 Gold Cup Quarterfinals
January 30, 2002  Costa Rica L 1–3 Anaheim, United States 2002 Gold Cup Semi Finals Choi Jin-Cheul
February 2, 2002  Canada L 1–2 San Diego, United States 2002 Gold Cup 3rd/4th Kim Do-Hoon
February 13, 2002  Uruguay L 1–2 Montevideo, Uruguay Friendly Kim Do-Hoon
March 13, 2002  Tunisia D 0–0 Tunis, Tunisia Friendly
March 20, 2002  Finland W 2–0 Spain Friendly Hwang Sun-Hong (2)
March 26, 2002  Turkey D 0–0 Bochum, Germany Friendly
April 20, 2002  Costa Rica W 2–0 Daegu, Korea Friendly Cha Du-Ri, Choi Tae-Uk
April 27, 2002  China PR D 0–0 Incheon, Korea Friendly
May 16, 2002  Scotland W 4–1 Busan, Korea Friendly Ahn Jung-Hwan (2), Lee Chun-Soo, Yoon Jung-Hwan
May 21, 2002  England D 1–1 Seogwipo, Korea Friendly Park Ji-Sung
May 26, 2002  France L 2–3 Suwon, Korea Friendly Park Ji-Sung, Seol Ki-Hyun
June 4, 2002  Poland W 2–0 Busan, Korea 2002 World Cup Group Match Hwang Sun-Hong, Yoo Sang-Chul
June 10, 2002  United States D 1–1 Daegu, Korea 2002 World Cup Group Match Ahn Jung-Hwan
June 14, 2002  Portugal W 1–0 Incheon, Korea 2002 World Cup Group Match Park Ji-Sung
June 18, 2002  Italy W 2–1 (AET) Daejeon, Korea 2002 World Cup Round of Sixteen Seol Ki-Hyun, Ahn Jung-Hwan
June 22, 2002  Spain W 0–0 (AET, 5 PK 3) Gwangju, Korea 2002 World Cup Round of Eight
June 25, 2002  Germany L 0–1 Seoul, Korea 2002 World Cup Semi Finals
June 29, 2002  Turkey L 2–3 Daegu, Korea 2002 World Cup 3rd/4th Lee Eul-Yong, Song Jong-Gug
November 20, 2002  Brazil L 2–3 Seoul, Korea Friendly Seol Ki-Hyun, Ahn Jung-Hwan

2003[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2003 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
March 29, 2003  Colombia D 0–0 Busan, Korea Friendly
April 16, 2003  Japan L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
May 31, 2003  Japan W 1–0 Tokyo, Japan Friendly Ahn Jung-Hwan
June 8, 2003  Uruguay L 0–2 Seoul, Korea Friendly
June 11, 2003  Argentina L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
September 25, 2003  Vietnam W 5–0 Incheon, Korea 2004 Asian Cup qualification Lee Ki-Hyung, Cho Jae-Jin, Kim Do-Hoon, Kim Dae-Eui, Woo Sung-Yong
September 27, 2003  Oman W 1–0 Incheon, Korea 2004 Asian Cup qualification Choi Sung-Kuk
September 29, 2003    Nepal W 16–0 Incheon, Korea 2004 Asian Cup qualification Kim Dae-Eui (2), Woo Sung-Yong (3), Park Jin-Sub (5), Lee Eul-Yong, Lee Kwan-Woo, Kim Do-Hoon (3), Chung Kyung-Ho
October 19, 2003  Vietnam L 0–1 Muscat, Oman 2004 Asian Cup qualification
October 21, 2003  Oman L 1–3 Muscat, Oman 2004 Asian Cup qualification Chung Kyung-Ho
October 24, 2003    Nepal W 7–0 Muscat, Oman 2004 Asian Cup qualification Kim Do-Hoon (3), Lee Ki-Hyung (2), Cho Jae-Jin, Chung Kyung-Ho
November 18, 2003  Bulgaria L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
December 4, 2003  Hong Kong W 3–1 Tokyo, Japan 2003 East Asian Cup Kim Do-Heon, Kim Do-Hoon, Ahn Jung-Hwan
December 7, 2003  China PR W 1–0 Saitama, Japan 2003 East Asian Cup Yoo Sang-Chul
December 10, 2003  Japan D 0–0 Yokohama, Japan 2003 East Asian Cup

2004[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2004 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
February 14, 2004  Oman W 5–0 Ulsan, Korea Friendly Ahn Jung-Hwan (2), Seol Ki-Hyun, Own goal (2)
February 18, 2004  Lebanon W 2–0 Suwon, Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Cha Du-Ri, Cho Byung-Kuk
March 31, 2004  Maldives D 0–0 Maldives 2006 World Cup Qualifiers
April 28, 2004  Paraguay D 0–0 Incheon, Korea Friendly
June 2, 2004  Turkey L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
June 5, 2004  Turkey W 2–1 Daegu, Korea Friendly Yoo Sang-Chul, Kim Eun-Jung
June 9, 2004  Vietnam W 2–0 Daejeon, Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Ahn Jung-Hwan, Kim Do-Heon
July 10, 2004  Bahrain W 2–0 Gwangju, Korea Friendly Lee Dong-Guk, Choi Jin-Cheul
July 14, 2004  Trinidad and Tobago D 1–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly Cha Du-Ri
July 19, 2004  Jordan D 0–0 Jinan, China 2004 Asian Cup Group Match
July 23, 2004  United Arab Emirates W 2–0 Jinan, China 2004 Asian Cup Group Match Lee Dong-Guk, Ahn Jung-Hwan
July 27, 2004  Kuwait W 4–0 Jinan, China 2004 Asian Cup Group Match Lee Dong-Guk (2), Cha Du-Ri, Ahn Jung-Hwan
July 31, 2004  Iran L 3–4 Jinan, China 2004 Asian Cup Quarterfinals Seol Ki-Hyun, Lee Dong-Guk, Kim Nam-Il
September 8, 2004  Vietnam W 2–1 Saigon, Vietnam 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Lee Dong-Guk, Lee Chun-Soo
October 13, 2004  Lebanon D 1–1 Beirut, Lebanon 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Choi Jin-Cheul
November 17, 2004  Maldives W 2–0 Seoul, South Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Kim Do-Heon, Lee Dong-Guk
December 19, 2004  Germany W 3–1 Busan, Korea Friendly Kim Dong-Jin, Lee Dong-Guk, Cho Jae-Jin

2005[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2005 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 15, 2005  Colombia L 1–2 Los Angeles, United States Friendly Chung Kyung-Ho
January 19, 2005  Paraguay D 1–1 Los Angeles, United States Friendly Kim Jin-Kyu
January 22, 2005  Sweden D 1–1 Carson, United States Friendly Chung Kyung-Ho
February 4, 2005  Egypt L 0–1 Seoul, Korea Friendly
February 9, 2005  Kuwait W 2–0 Seoul, South Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Lee Dong-Gook, Lee Young-Pyo
March 20, 2005  Burkina Faso W 1–0 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Friendly Kim Sang-Sik
March 25, 2005  Saudi Arabia L 0–2 Dammam, Saudi Arabia 2006 World Cup Qualifiers
March 30, 2005  Uzbekistan W 2–1 Seoul, Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Lee Young-Pyo, Lee Dong-Gook
June 3, 2005  Uzbekistan D 1–1 Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Park Chu-Young
June 8, 2005  Kuwait W 4–0 Kuwait City, Kuwait 2006 World Cup Qualifiers Park Chu-Young, Lee Dong-Gook, Chung Kyung-Ho, Park Ji-Sung
July 31, 2005  China PR D 1–1 Daejeon, Korea 2005 East Asian Cup Kim Jin-Kyu
August 4, 2005  North Korea D 0–0 Jeonju, Korea 2005 East Asian Cup
August 8, 2005  Japan L 0–1 Daegu, Korea 2005 East Asian Cup
August 14, 2005  North Korea W 3–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Chung Kyung-Ho, Kim Jin-Yong, Park Chu-Young
August 17, 2005  Saudi Arabia L 0–1 Seoul, Korea 2006 World Cup Qualifiers
October 12, 2005  Iran W 2–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Cho Won-Hee, Kim Jin-Kyu
November 12, 2005  Sweden D 2–2 Seoul, Korea Friendly Ahn Jung-Hwan, Kim Young-chul
November 16, 2005  Serbia and Montenegro W 2–0 Seoul, Korea Friendly Choi Jin-Cheul, Lee Dong-Gook

2006[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2006 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 18, 2006  United Arab Emirates L 0–1 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Friendly
January 21, 2006  Greece D 1–1 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Friendly Park Chu-Young
January 25, 2006  Finland W 1–0 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Friendly Park Chu-Young
January 29, 2006  Croatia W 2–0 Hong Kong, China PR 2006 Carlsberg Cup Kim Dong-Jin, Lee Chun-Soo
February 1, 2006  Denmark L 1–3 Hong Kong, China PR 2006 Carlsberg Cup Cho Jae-Jin
February 11, 2006  Costa Rica L 0–1 Oakland, United States Friendly
February 15, 2006  Mexico W 1–0 Los Angeles, United States Friendly Lee Dong-Gook
February 22, 2006  Syria W 2–1 Aleppo, Syria 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers Kim Do-Heon, Lee Chun-Soo
March 1, 2006  Angola W 1–0 Seoul, South Korea Friendly Park Chu-Young
May 23, 2006  Senegal D 1–1 Seoul, South Korea Friendly Kim Do-Heon
May 26, 2006  Bosnia and Herzegovina W 2–0 Seoul, South Korea Friendly Seol Ki-Hyeon, Cho Jae-Jin
June 1, 2006  Norway D 0–0 Oslo, Norway Friendly
June 4, 2006  Ghana L 1–3 Edinburgh, Scotland Friendly Lee Eul-Yong
June 13, 2006  Togo W 2–1 Frankfurt, Germany 2006 World Cup Group Match Lee Chun-Soo, Ahn Jung-Hwan
June 18, 2006  France D 1–1 Leipzig, Germany 2006 World Cup Group Match Park Ji-Sung
June 23, 2006   Switzerland L 0–2 Hanover, Germany 2006 World Cup Group Match
August 16, 2006  Chinese Taipei W 3–0 Taipei, Taiwan 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers Ahn Jung-Hwan, Jung Jo-Gook, Kim Do-Heon
September 2, 2006  Iran D 1–1 Seoul, South Korea 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers Seol Ki-Hyeon
September 6, 2006  Chinese Taipei W 8–0 Suwon, South Korea 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers Seol Ki-Hyeon (2), Jung Jo-Gook (3), Cho Jae-Jin (2), Kim Do-Heon
October 8, 2006  Ghana L 1–3 Seoul, South Korea Friendly Kim Dong-hyun
October 11, 2006  Syria D 1–1 Seoul, South Korea 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers Cho Jae-Jin
November 15, 2006  Iran L 0–2 Teheran, Iran 2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers

2007[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2007 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
February 6, 2007  Greece W 1–0 London, England Friendly Lee Chun-Soo
March 23, 2007  Uruguay L 0–2 Seoul, South Korea Friendly
June 2, 2007  Netherlands L 0–2 Seoul, South Korea Friendly
June 29, 2007  Iraq W 3–0 Seogwipo, South Korea Friendly Yeom Ki-Hun, Lee Chun-Soo, Lee Keun-Ho
July 5, 2007  Uzbekistan W 2–1 Seoul, South Korea Friendly Cho Jae-Jin
July 11, 2007  Saudi Arabia D 1–1 Jakarta, Indonesia 2007 Asian Cup Group Match Choi Sung-Kuk
July 15, 2007  Bahrain L 1–2 Jakarta, Indonesia 2007 Asian Cup Group Match Kim Do-Heon
July 18, 2007  Indonesia W 1–0 Jakarta, Indonesia 2007 Asian Cup Group Match Kim Jung-Woo
July 22, 2007  Iran W 0–0 (AET, 4 PK 2) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007 Asian Cup Quarterfinal Game
July 25, 2007  Iraq L 0–0 (AET, 3 PK 4) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007 Asian Cup Semifinal Game
July 28, 2007  Japan W 0–0 (AET, 6 PK 5) Palembang, Indonesia 2007 Asian Cup 3rd/4th

2008[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2008 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
January 30, 2008  Chile L 0–1 Seoul, South Korea Friendly
February 6, 2008  Turkmenistan W 4–0 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifiers Seol Ki-Hyeon(2), Kwak Tae-Hwi, Park Ji-Sung
February 17, 2008  China PR W 3–2 Chongqing, China PR 2008 East Asian Cup Park Chu-Young(2), Kwak Tae-Hwi
February 20, 2008  North Korea D 1–1 Chongqing, China PR 2008 East Asian Cup Yeom Ki-Hun
February 23, 2008  Japan D 1–1 Chongqing, China PR 2008 East Asian Cup Yeom Ki-Hun
March 26, 2008  North Korea D 0–0 Shanghai, China PR* 2010 World Cup Qualifier
May 31, 2008  Jordan D 2–2 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier Park Ji-Sung, Park Chu-Young
June 7, 2008  Jordan W 1–0 Amman, Jordan 2010 World Cup Qualifier Park Chu-Young
June 14, 2008  Turkmenistan W 3–1 Ashkabad, Turkmenistan 2010 World Cup Qualifier Kim Do-Heon(3)
June 22, 2008  North Korea D 0–0 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier
September 10, 2008  North Korea D 1-1 Shanghai, China PR* 2010 World Cup Qualifier Ki Sung-Yong
October 11, 2008  Uzbekistan W 3-0 Suwon, South Korea Friendly Lee Keun-Ho(2), Ki Sung-Yong
October 15, 2008  United Arab Emirates W 4-1 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier Lee Keun-Ho(2), Park Ji-Sung, Kwak Tae-Hwi
November 14, 2008  Qatar D 1-1 Doha, Qatar Friendly Lee Chung-Yong
November 19, 2008  Saudi Arabia W 2-0 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 2010 World Cup Qualifier Lee Keun-Ho, Park Chu-Young

*North Korea's home match against South Korea was held in China due to political reasons.

2009[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2009 Korea Republic national football team season.
Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition Scorer(s)
February 1, 2009  Syria D 1 - 1 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Friendly match Own goal
February 4, 2009  Bahrain D 2 - 2 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Friendly match Kim Jung-Woo, Lee Keun-Ho
February 11, 2009  Iran D 1 - 1 Tehran, Iran 2010 World Cup Qualifier Park Ji-Sung
March 28, 2009  Iraq W 2 - 1 Suwon, South Korea Friendly match Kim Chi-Woo, Lee Keun-Ho
April 1, 2009  North Korea W 1 - 0 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier Kim Chi-Woo
June 3, 2009  Oman D 0 - 0 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Friendly[1]
June 6, 2009  United Arab Emirates W 2 - 0 Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2010 World Cup Qualifier Park Chu-Young, Ki Sung-Yong
June 10, 2009  Saudi Arabia D 0 - 0 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier
June 17, 2009  Iran D 1 - 1 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World Cup Qualifier Park Ji-Sung
August 12, 2009  Paraguay W 1 - 0 Seoul, South Korea Friendly match Park Chu-Young
September 9, 2009  Australia W 3 - 1 Seoul, South Korea Friendly match Park Chu-Young, Lee Jung-Soo, Seol Ki-Hyeon
October 14, 2009  Senegal W 2 - 0 Seoul, South Korea Friendly match Ki Sung-Yong, Oh Beom-Seok
November 14, 2009  Denmark D 0 - 0 Esbjerg, Denmark Friendly match
November 18, 2009  Serbia L 0 - 1 London, England Friendly match

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The friendly match against Oman was not regarded as the official match organized by FIFA due to South Korea team used seven substitutes in this match. Under the FIFA regulations, up to a maximum of six substitutes may be used in national A team match.