South Korea International Matches - Details 1980-1989


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Format of Entries

Key: (All details provided where known)
MATCHTYPE
Date, Time, City, Stadium, Crowd
VERSUS SCORE [HALF TIME]
Scorer(s): Player time (Score after goal)

Team [color]
Player                      [Club] [Caps/Goals]
    >Sub Time  Substitution [Club] [Caps/Goals]
    [Coach]
Opponents details provided where known
Cautions provided where known
Expulsions provided where known
Referee (Country)

1980

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
30.01.1980, Riyadh, Marior Stadium, 20.000
SAUDI ARABIA - SOUTH KOREA 1-3
Scorers: Gang-Nam Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
    Gang-Nam Kim                                                        [26/5]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
01.02.1980, Jeddah, Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal Stadium
SAUDI ARABIA - SOUTH KOREA 1-3
Scorers: Gang-Nam Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
    Gang-Nam Kim                                                        [27/6]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
26.02.1980, Los Angeles, Memorial Coliseum, 31.000
MEXICO - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 72' Gang-Nam Kim
MEXICO:
    Jose Pilar Reyes (GK), Mario Trejo, Rigoberto Cisneros, Arturo Vazquez Ayala, Daniel Montes de Oca, Tomas Boy, 
    Pedro Munguia (75' Mario Medina), Enrique Lopez Zarza, Roberto Gomez (66' Juan Luna), Juan Manuel Azuara 
    (75' Agustin Manzo), Horacio Lopez Salgado. Coach: Raul Cardenas
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]                [35/0]
    Young-Soo Lee                                                       [1/0]
    Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [59/2]
    Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [5/0]
    Hong-Joo Kim                                                        [1/0]
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]               [48/13]
    Gang-Nam Kim                                                        [28/7]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [36/9]
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]                       [31/8]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [1/0]
    >65' Jung-Il Lee                    [Commercial Bank]               [4/2]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]                  [64/24]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Referee: Toros Kibritjian (USA)

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
22.03.1980, 21.15, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 3-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 33' Jung-Moo Huh PK, 2-0 57' Gwang-Rae Cho, 3-0 78' Gwang-Rae Cho, 3-1 89' I. Takahara
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    Gang-Nam Kim
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]
    > Tae-Hwan Kim
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]
    > Hae-Won Chung                     [Yonsei University]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
JAPAN:
    Tatsuhiko Seta (GK), Hiroshi Ochiai, Keizo Imai, Eijun Kiyokumo, Yuji Kishioku, Yukitaka Omi, Nobutoshi Kaneda,
    Hideki Maeda, Yoshikazu Nagai (69' Ikuo Takahara), Hiroyuki Usui, Masafumi Yokoyama (73' Kazushi Kimura). 
    Coach: Yukio Shimomura
Cautions: H. Maeda
Referee: Ibrahim Al-Doy (Bahrain)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
25.03.1980, 20.00, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
MALAYSIA - SOUTH KOREA 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' James Wong, 2-0 32' Khalid Ali, 3-0 69' Abdullah
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]
    Jang-Soo Lee
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    Gang-Nam Kim
    >HT. Gwang-Rae Cho                  [Loyalty]
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]
    > Hae-Won Chung                     [Yonsei University]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Referee: Ali Albannai Abdulwahab (Kuwait)
Note: 84' Gwang-Rae missed a penalty. FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
27.03.1980, 19.30, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - PHILIPPINES 8-0 (5-0)
Scorers: Hyun-Ho Shin (3), Hae-Won Chung, Sang-In Park, Jung-Moo Huh, Tae-Hwan Kim, OG
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    Gang-Nam Kim
    > Hae-Won Chung                     [Yonsei University]
    > Tae-Hwan Kim
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Referee: Harpajan Singh Dhillon (Singapore)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
31.03.1980, 21.15, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - BRUNEI DARUSSLAM 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 38' Gwang-Rae Cho, 2-0 40' Sang-In Park, 3-0 86' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Jang-Soo Lee
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    Gang-Nam Kim
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    >HT. Jung-Il Lee                    [Commercial Bank]
    Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]
    >62' Hae-Won Chung                  [Yonsei University]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Referee: Tam Sun Chan (Hong Kong)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
03.04.1980, 20.00, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 55' Gwang-Rae Cho
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]
    Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]
    Tae-Hwan Kim                        [Hallelujah FC]
    > Gang-Nam Kim
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    > Hae-Won Chung                     [Yonsei University]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Cautions: Gwang-Rae Cho
Referee: Ali Albannai Abdulwahab (Kuwait)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXII. OLYMPIAD MOSCOW 1980 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 2 (UNOFFICIAL)
06.04.1980, 20.00, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium, 50.000
MALAYSIA - SOUTH KOREA 2-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 12' Bakar Ibni, 1-1 58' Gang-Nam Kim, 2-1 85' James Wong
MALAYSIA:
    Armugam Ali (GK), Jamal Nassir Abdul Jalil, Soh Chin Aun, Santokh Singh, Khalid Abdullah, Khalid Ali, 
    Sukor Salleh (Yunus Alif), Bakri Ibni, Abdullah Ali, James Wong, Hassan Sani. 
    Coach: Karl-Heinz Weigang (West Germany)
SOUTH KOREA:
    Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]
    Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]
    Young Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]
    Jang-Soo Lee
    Hong-Joo Kim
    Sang-In Park                        [Commercial Bank]
    Gang-Nam Kim
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]
    Hyun-Ho Shin                        [Loyalty]
    >HT. Young-Moo Lee                  [Loyalty]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]
    Jung-Moo Huh                        [Naval Forces]
    [Coach: Kyung-Hwan Jang]
Cautions: K. Abdullah, Khalid Ali
Referee: Ali Albannai Abdulwahab (Kuwait)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

X. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1980, GROUP STAGE
23.08.1980, 15.30, Seoul, Seoul Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 23' Seok-Geun Hwang, 2-0 33' Seok-Geun Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [3/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [67/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [60/2]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [6/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [1/0]
    > 18. Seok-Geun Hwang               [Korea University]              [1/2]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [5/1]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [57/24]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [37/9]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [5/2]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [1/0]
    > 14. Tae-Yeop Lee                  [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [2/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
MALAYSIA:
    1-Yu Tiang Ong (GK), 17-D.Devendran, 16-Fawzy Hassan, 4-R. Subramaniam, 12-Avimon, 14-Remeli Junit, 
    6-S. Puspanathan, 2-R. Torairaju, 10-K. Razagopal, 7-Vukaran, 13-Zulkifli Hamzah. 
    Coach: Karl-Heinz Weigang (West Germany)

X. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1980, GROUP STAGE
25.08.1980, 16.30, Choonchun, Civil Stadium, 25.000
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 19' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 40' Hae-Won Chung, 3-0 83' Gang-Jo Lee PK
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [4/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [68/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [61/2]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [7/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [2/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [6/2]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [58/24]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [38/9]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [6/2]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [2/1]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [3/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

X. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1980, GROUP STAGE
27.08.1980, 16.30, Daejun, Civil Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 4-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 24' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 38' Tae-Yeop Lee, 3-0 50' Tae-Ho Lee PK, 4-0 55' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [5/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [69/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [62/2]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [8/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [3/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [7/2]
    > 14. Tae-Yeop Lee                  [Seoul City]                    [2/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [39/9]
    > 5. Oh-Son Kwon                    [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [1/1]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [7/2]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [3/2]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [4/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
THAILAND:
    1-Yamsang Sirisak (GK), 2-Jirasak Chareon-Chand, 13-Tawatchai Uam-Khao, 12-Juta Tingsabhat, 7-Thong On Tawee, 
    5-Amnaj Chalerohavalit, 6-Suthin Chaikitti, 8-Chamlreon Kamnil (3-Visoot Vijaya), 9-Daoyot Dara, 
    14-Hongkajon Chalor, 11-Chaibutr Chirdsak. Coach: Supakit Meelapkit
Expulsions: 75' Chaikiti

X. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1980, GROUP STAGE
29.08.1980, 16.30, Gwangju, Moodeung Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - BAHRAIN 5-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 1-0 34' Hae-Won Chung, 2-0 35' Gang-Jo Lee, 3-0 45' Gwang-Rae Cho, 4-0 69' Tae-Ho Lee, 
    5-0 85' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]                [36/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [70/9]
    > 5. Oh-Son Kwon                    [Seoul City]                    [2/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [63/2]
 2. Jong-Pil Kim                        [Korea Electronics]             [1/0]
19. In-Seon Yoon                        [Yonsei University]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [8/3]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [40/10]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [2/2]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [59/24]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [4/2]
    > 3. Sung-Ho Hong                   [Loyalty]                       [9/0]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [5/4]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
BAHRAIN:
    1-Wahid Khalaf (GK), 2-Abdul Jalil Darwish, 5-Jassim Al-Khajam, 15-Abdul Karim Saif, 20-Mohd Ahmed Khalil, 
    5-Riyad Rashdan, 12-Bekhit Abdul Karim, 10-Ali Abdul Aziz, 7-Abdullah Jalil, 20-Ibrahim Farhan, 9-Mohd Karim. 
    Coach: Hamza Mirza Ali

X. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1980, FINAL
02.09.1980, 18.00, Seoul, Seoul Stadium, 10.000
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 30' Hae-Won Chung, 2-0 89' Gang-Jo Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]                [37/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [71/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [64/2]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [10/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [4/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [9/4]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [41/10]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [8/2]
    >17' 20. Tae-Ho Lee                 [Korea University]              [3/2]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [60/24]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [5/2]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [6/5]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
INDONESIA:
    18-Poerrwono (GK), 14-Simson Rumahpasal, 4-Didik Darmadi, 3-Nasir Salassa, 17-Ronny Pattinasarany, 
    5-Berti Tutuarima, 16-Daniel Sirey, 8-Bambang Nurdiansyah, 6-Subangkit (15-Metu Duaramuri), 13-Salim Alkatiri 
    (12-Bambang Sunarto), 9-Rully Nere. Coach: Hendatro
Note: 15' Gwang-Rae Cho missed a penalty.


VII. Asian Cup Kuwait 1980 Final Tournament

South Korean Players:

No.     Role    First Name      Surname             Birthdates   Height/Weight  Club
 1      GK      Hwang-Ho        KIM                 15.08.1954      175.73      Auto Insurance
 2      DF      Jong-Pil        KIM                 11.03.1955      174.68      Korea Electronic
 3      DF      Sung-Ho         HONG                20.12.1954      174.72      Loyalty
 4      MF      Gwang-Rae       CHO                 19.03.1954      171.64      Loyalty
 5      DF      Oh-Son          KWON                03.02.1959      175.68      Seoul City
 6      MF      Sung-Hwa        PARK [c]            07.05.1955      176.74      Loyalty
 8      DF      Young-Jeung     CHO                 18.08.1954      178.75      First Bank
 9      FW      Young-Moo       LEE                 26.07.1953      165.61      Loyalty
10      MF      Hyun-Ho         SHIN                21.09.1953      167.62      Loyalty
11      FW      Jung-Il         LEE                 04.11.1956      178.72      Commercial Bank
12      DF      Jong-Deok       CHOI                24.06.1954      177.75      Loyalty
13      DF      Oi-Ryung        JANG                05.04.1958      177.73      Yonsei University
14      FW      Tae-Yeop        LEE                 16.06.1959      181.75      Seoul City
15      MF      Gang-Jo         LEE                 27.10.1954      168.63      Korea University
16      FW      Hae-Won         CHUNG               01.07.1959      178.76      Yonsei University
18      FW      Seok-Geun       HWANG               03.09.1960      175.69      Korea University
19      DF      In-Seon         YOON                      1958      178.72      Yonsei University
20      MF      Tae-Ho          LEE                 26.04.1961      175.70      Korea University
21      GK      Byung-Deuk      CHO                 26.05.1958      184.82      Myungji University
22      MF      Soon-Ho         CHOI                10.01.1962      185.80      POSCO
        Coach   Jung-Nam        KIM                 28.01.1943      170.63

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
16.09.1980, 18.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, 5.000
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 1-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 68' Soon-Ho Choi, 1-1 90' Abdul Ali
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [6/0]
 2. Jong-Pil Kim                        [Korea Electronics]             [2/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [65/2]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [11/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [72/9]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [42/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [61/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [10/4]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [2/2]
    > 22. Soon-Ho Choi                  [POSCO]                         [6/3]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [7/5]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [9/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
19.09.1980, 18.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - QATAR 2-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 4' Jung-Il Lee, 2-0 21' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [7/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [73/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [66/2]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [5/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [12/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [43/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [62/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [11/4]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [7/4]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [8/5]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [10/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Vichai Charupunt (Thailand)

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
21.09.1980, 16.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, 15.000
KUWAIT - SOUTH KOREA 0-3 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 47' Seok-Geun Hwang, 0-2 71' Soon-Ho Choi, 0-3 78' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [8/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [74/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [67/2]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [6/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [13/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [44/10]
    > 18. Seok-Geun Hwang               [Korea University]              [3/3]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [63/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [12/4]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [8/6]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [9/5]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [11/3]
    > 20. Tae-Ho Lee                    [Korea University]              [4/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Toshikazu Sano (Japan)

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
24.09.1980, 18.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - U.A.E. 4-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 26' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 53' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 78' Soon-Ho Choi PK, 3-1 79' Shombi, 4-1 84' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]                [38/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [75/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [68/2]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [7/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [14/0]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [64/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [13/4]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [4/3]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [9/9]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [10/6]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [12/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Melvyn Victor D'Souza (India)

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, SEMI FINAL
28.09.1980, 19.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - NORTH KOREA 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 19' Jong-Hon Pak PK, 1-1 80' Hae-Won Chung, 2-1 89' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [9/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [76/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [69/2]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [8/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [15/0]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [65/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [14/4]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [45/10]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [10/9]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [11/8]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [13/3]
    >39' 14. Tae-Yeop Lee               [Seoul City]                    [3/1]
    >HT. 18. Seok-Geun Hwang            [Korea University]              [5/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
NORTH KOREA:
    1-Gang-Il Kim, 2-Jong-Un Kim, 5-Dong-Sok Cha, 13-Byong-Ju Jon, 12-Tae-Gwang Kang, 15-Sang-Hoi Hwang 
    (7-Chang-Nam An), 8-Bok-Man Kim, 16-Jong-Man Kim, 9-Jong-Hon Pak, 14-Gwan-Mo Kim (Jae-Pil Choi), 
    10-Gwang-Un Kim. Coach: Song-Guk Yang
Referee: Toshikazu Sano (Japan)

VII. ASIAN CUP KUWAIT 1980, FINAL PHASE, FINAL
30.09.1980, 18.30, Kuwait City, Sabah Al-Salem Stadium, 25.000
KUWAIT - SOUTH KOREA 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Karam, 2-0 30' Al-Dakhil, 3-0 67' Al-Dakhil
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [10/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [Loyalty]                       [77/9]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [70/2]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [9/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Loyalty]                       [16/0]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Loyalty]                       [66/24]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [15/4]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [46/10]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [11/9]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [12/8]
11. Jung-Il Lee                         [Commercial Bank]               [14/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)
Note: 90' Gang-Jo Lee missed a penalty.

1981

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
11.02.1981, 21.00, Mexico City, Azteca Stadium
MEXICO - SOUTH KOREA 4-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 14' C. Rodriguez, 2-0 23' Castro, 3-0 80' Lira, 4-0 88' Orduna
MEXICO:
    1-Jose Pilar Reyes (GK), 2-Ignacio Flores, 3-Armando Manzo Ponce, 4-Alejandro Ramirez, 5-Ramon de la Torre, 
    8-Tomas Boy  (88' Mario Hernandez), 10-Guillermo Mendizabal (46' Sergio Orduna), 6-Pedro Munguia, 
    7-Concepcion Rodriguez, 9-Ricardo Castro (46' Juan Azuara), 11-Sergio Lira. Coach: Raul Cardenas
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [11/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [POSCO]                         [78/9]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [10/0]
    > 5. Kyung-Hoon Park                [Hanyang University]            [1/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [71/2]
    >HT. 7. Geung-Yeon Cho              [Korea University]              [1/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [17/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [16/4]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Loyalty]                       [65/18]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [47/10]
    >65' 20. Tae-Ho Lee                 [Korea University]              [5/2]
 9. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [1/0]
    >65' 18. Seok-Geun Hwang            [Korea University]              [6/3]
14. Tae-Yeop Lee                        [Seoul City]                    [4/1]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [13/8]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Mario Rubio (Mexico)

IX. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
08.03.1981, 13.30, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 15.000
JAPAN - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 39' Hae-Won Chung
JAPAN:
    1-Kazumi Tsubota (GK), 2-Hideki Maeda (55' 3-Shigemitsu Tsuto), 4-Hisashi Kato, 6-Akihiro Nishimura, 
    9-Shinji Tanaka, 7-Takeshi Okada, 10-Tetsuya Totsuka, 14-Mitsunori Yoshida (HT. 11-Yashiro Kazama), 
    8-Nobutoshi Kaneda, 13-Haruhisa Hasegawa, 15-Kazushi Kimura (74' 16-Hiromi Hara). Coach: Saburo Kawabuchi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [12/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [POSCO]                         [79/9]
    >17' 17. Hang-Seo Park              [Hanyang University]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [11/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [66/18]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [18/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [17/4]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [48/10]
    >28' 22. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO]                         [12/9]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [6/2]
 9. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [2/0]
    >69' 7. Geung-Yeon Cho              [Korea University]              [2/0]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [14/9]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [7/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Chi Sing Au (Hong Kong)

XII. FIFA WORLD CUP SPAIN 1982, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP 3
21.04.1981, 16.00, Kuwait City, Kazma Stadium, 10.000
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 2-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 0-1 5' Wong, 1-1 31' Sung-Ho Hong, 2-1 82' Gang-Jo Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [13/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [POSCO]                         [80/9]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [12/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [72/2]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [67/18]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [19/1]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [18/5]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [49/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [67/24]
    >68' 20. Tae-Ho Lee                 [Korea University]              [7/2]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [15/9]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [13/9]
    >72' 10. Seok-Jae Oh                [Keonkook University]           [9/7]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
MALAYSIA:
    1-Armugam Ali (GK) (Keong Chow Chee (GK)), 2-Jamal Nassir Abdul Jalil, 3-Soh Chin Aun, 4-Yahya Jusoh, 
    5-Santokh Singh, 6-Sukor Saleh, 7-Hassan Sani, 10-Muhidin Hussein, 11-Mokhtar Dahari, 12-Khalid Ali 
    (35' 16-Huad Toraraju), 9-James Wong. Coach: Karl-Heinz Weigang (West Germany)
Referee: Tam Sun Chan (Hong Kong)

XII. FIFA WORLD CUP SPAIN 1982, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP 3
24.04.1981, 16.00, Kuwait City, Kazma Stadium, 4.000
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 5-1 (2-1)
Scorers: 1-0 23' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 33' Jong-Duk Choi, 2-1 35' Vichai, 3-1 69' Seok-Jae Oh, 4-1 71' Tae-Ho Lee, 
    5-1 80' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Hwang-Ho Kim (GK)                   [Auto Insurance]                [39/0]
 5. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [2/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [POSCO]                         [81/10]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [73/2]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [68/18]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [20/1]
    >41' 10. Seok-Jae Oh                [Keonkook University]           [10/8]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [19/5]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [50/10]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [8/3]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [16/9]
22. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [14/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
THAILAND:
    Yamsang Sirisak (GK) (Masapong Vasin (GK)), Sompit Suwanapluoh, Vichai Vaitayangkol, Wattana Sompong, 
    Somboon Suparapop, Narong Arjarayult, Daoyot Dara (Piyapong Pue-On), Thong On-Tawee, Naphalatung Jesdapon, 
    Sangnapol Chalermvud, Chaibutr Chirdsak. Coach: Supakij Meelarpkij
Cautions: Arjarayult
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)

XII. FIFA WORLD CUP SPAIN 1982, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP 3
29.04.1981, 16.00, Kuwait City, Al-Qadisiyah Stadium, 15.000
KUWAIT - SOUTH KOREA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 50' Al-Anbari, 2-0 80' Al-Ghanem
KUWAIT:
    1-Ahmad Al-Tarabulsi (GK), 2-Naeem Saad Mubarak, 3-Mahmoud Jumaa Mubarak, 4-Jamal Yaqub Al-Qabendi 
    (79' Abdullah Al-Buloushi), 5-Waleed Jassem Al-Mubarak, 6-Saeed Al-Houti [c], 11-Nasser Al-Ghanem, 
    18-Mohammad Karam, 7-Fatih Kamil Marzouq, 9-Jassim Yaqub Sultan, 10-Abdulaziz Al-Anbari. 
    Coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira (Brazil)
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [14/0]
12. Jong-Duk Choi                       [POSCO]                         [82/10]
    >79' 5. Kyung-Hoon Park             [Hanyang University]            [3/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [First Bank]                    [74/2]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [69/18]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [21/1]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [20/5]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [51/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [68/24]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [9/3]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [17/9]
10. Seok-Jae Oh                         [Keonkook University]           [11/8]
    >36' 22. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO]                         [15/11]
14. Tae-Yeop Lee                        [Seoul City]                    [5/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 50' Gwang-Rae Cho, 58' Marzouq, 65' Sung-Ho Hong, 89' Al-Mubarak
Expulsions: 81' Tae-Ho Lee
Referee: Gilberto Aristizabal (Colombia)

XI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1981, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
17.06.1981, 17.00, Jeonju, Sports Complex Athletics Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 48' Hae-Won Chung, 2-0 51' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [15/0]
 5. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [4/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [13/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [70/18]
    >HT. 10. Seok-Jae Oh                [Keonkook University]           [12/8]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [22/1]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [21/5]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [52/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [69/24]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [10/3]
    >HT. 2. Oh-Son Kwon                 [Seoul City]                    [3/0]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [18/11]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [3/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
MALAYSIA:
    1-Peter Rajah (GK), 2-Jamal Nasir, 15-Yahya Jusoh, 16-R. Subramaniam, 17-Abidin Hassan Zainal, 6-Ahmed Alif, 
    7-G. Torairaju, 8-Tajuddin Noor Yassin, 10-Muhidin Hussein, 11-Kandanesan Nair, 14-Ibrahim Din 
    (19-Zulkifli Hamzah). Coach: Karl-Heinz Weigang (West Germany)

XI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1981, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
21.06.1981, 17.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 43' Seok-Jae Oh, 2-0 77' Tae-Yeop Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Myungji University]            [16/0]
 5. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [5/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [14/0]
 3. Sung-Ho Hong                        [Hallelujah FC]                 [23/1]
 2. Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [4/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [22/5]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [53/10]
 9. Young-Moo Lee                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [70/24]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [11/3]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [19/11]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [4/0]
    >35' 14. Tae-Yeop Lee               [Seoul City]                    [6/2]
10. Seok-Jae Oh                         [Keonkook University]           [13/9]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
JAPAN:
    19-Mitsuhisa Taguchi (GK), 2-Akihiro Nishimura, 3-Mitsugu Nomura, 5-Hisashi Kato, 7-Satoshi Tsunami, 
    6-Shinji Tanaka, 8-Ryoichi Kawakatsu, 11-Tetsuya Totsuka, 14-Satoshi Tetsuka (12-Yashiro Kazama), 
    15-Koichi Hashiratani (75' 16-Toshio Matsuura), 17-Masafumi Yokoyama. Coach: Takaji Mori

IX. JAKARTA ANNIVERSARY TOURNAMENT 1981, GROUP STAGE
17.08.1981, Jakarta, Utama Senayan Stadium, 40.000
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 37' Seok-Geun Hwang, 2-0 72' Seok-Geun Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [1/0]
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [6/0]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [71/18]
    Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [15/0]
    Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [5/0]
    Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [23/5]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [54/10]
    Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [12/3]
    Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [5/0]
    Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [8/5]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [20/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

IX. JAKARTA ANNIVERSARY TOURNAMENT 1981, GROUP STAGE
20.08.1981, 17.30, Jakarta, Utama Senayan Stadium
INDONESIA - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 9' Seok-Geun Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [2/0]
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [7/0]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [72/18]
    Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [16/0]
    Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [6/0]
    Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [24/5]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [55/10]
    Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [13/3]
    Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [6/0]
    > Geung-Yeon Cho                    [Korea University]              [3/0]
    Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [9/6]
    > Seok-Jae Oh                       [Keonkook University]           [14/9]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [21/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

XXV. MERDEKA CUP 1981, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
04.09.1981, 17.30, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium, 42.000
SOUTH KOREA - SINGAPORE 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 20' Seok-Geun Hwang, 2-0 75' Byung-Joo Byun
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [3/0]
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [8/0]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [73/18]
    Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [17/0]
    Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [7/0]
    Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [25/5]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [56/10]
    Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [14/3]
    >42' Seok-Jae Oh                    [Keonkook University]           [15/9]
    Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [7/1]
    Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [10/7]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [22/11]
    >42' Geung-Yeon Cho                 [Korea University]              [4/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Wan Jaffar Chik (Malaysia)

XXV. MERDEKA CUP 1981, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
13.09.1981, 21.15, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - IRAQ 1-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 40' Byung-Joo Byun, 1-1 60' Ajir
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [4/0]
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [9/0]
    >62' Won-Sang Seo                   [Daewoo]
    Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [1/0]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [74/18]
    Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [18/0]
    Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [8/0]
    Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [26/5]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [57/10]
    Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [8/2]
    Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [11/7]
    >75' Geung-Yeon Cho                 [Korea University]              [5/0]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [23/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Othman Omar (Malaysia)

XXV. MERDEKA CUP 1981, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
16.09.1981, 21.15, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 1-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 25' n/a, 1-1 58' Seok-Geun Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [5/0]
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [10/0]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [75/18]
    Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Yonsei University]             [19/0]
    Oh-Son Kwon                         [Seoul City]                    [9/0]
    Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [27/5]
    Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Loyalty]                       [58/10]
    Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [15/3]
    Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [9/2]
    Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [12/8]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [24/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Stephen Ovinis (Malaysia)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14.10.1981, Riyadh, Marior Stadium
SAUDI ARABIA - SOUTH KOREA 2-0
Scorers: n/a
SOUTH KOREA:
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Note: Unsure status.

1982

I. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU GOLD CUP 1982, GROUP STAGE
18.02.1982, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
INDIA - SOUTH KOREA 2-2 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 41' Prasanta Banerjee, 1-1 47' Seok-Geun Hwang, 1-2 86' Jong-Soo Chung, 2-2 89' Manas Bhattacharya PK
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [6/0]
    Chi-Soo Baek                        [Hanyang University]            [1/0]
 7. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Korea University]              [1/1]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [20/0]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [2/0]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [16/11]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [13/9]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Note: 13' Soon-Ho Choi missed a penalty. 46' Seok-Geun Hwang missed a penalty.

I. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU GOLD CUP 1982, GROUP STAGE
20.02.1982, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium, 80.000
URUGUAY - SOUTH KOREA 2-2 (0-2)
Scorers: 0-1 3' Hae-Won Chung, 0-2 15' Oi-Ryong Jang, 1-2 48' Ramos PK 2-2 65' Nadal
URUGUAY:
    Sergio Rodriguez (GK) [c], Nestor Montelongo, Jose Luis Ferrari, Jose Luis Russo, Washington Gonzalez, 
    Jorge Barrios, Nelson Agresta, Enzo Francescoli, Venancio Ramos (75' Julio Franco), Amaro Nadal 
    (75' Mario Saralegui), Jorge Da Silva. Coach: Omar Borras
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [7/0]
 7. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Korea University]              [2/1]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [21/1]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [3/0]
 5. Ki-Bong Choi                        [Naval Forces]                  [1/0]
    > 9. Soon-Ho Choi                   [POSCO]                         [17/11]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [16/3]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [28/5]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [14/9]
    Il-Woo Byun                         [Hallelujah FC]                 [1/0]
    > Sang-Geun Shin                    [POSCO]                         [1/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [76/18]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [25/12]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Hakim Shahid Syed (India)

I. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU GOLD CUP 1982, GROUP STAGE
01.03.1982, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
CHINA - SOUTH KOREA 1-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 44' Tae-Ho Lee, 1-1 80' Xiangfu Shen
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [8/0]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [18/11]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [17/4]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
07.03.1982, Baghdad, Shaab Stadium
IRAQ - SOUTH KOREA 3-0
Scorers: n/a
SOUTH KOREA:
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [19/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
10.03.1982, Baghdad, Shaab Stadium
IRAQ - SOUTH KOREA 1-1
Scorers: n/a
SOUTH KOREA:
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [20/11]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

X. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
21.03.1982, 15.00, Seoul, Seoul Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 2' Sin-Woo Kang, 2-0 38' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 52' Gang-Jo Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [9/0]
 7. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Korea University]              [3/1]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [22/1]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [77/18]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [4/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [59/10]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [29/6]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [18/4]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [21/12]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [1/1]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [26/12]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
JAPAN:
    Mitsuhisa Taguchi (GK), Yutaka Ikeuchi, Satoshi Tsunami, Mitsugu Nomura, Hisashi Kato, Kouji Tanaka, 
    Nobutoshi Kaneda, Hideki Maeda, Kazushi Kimura, Koichi Kashiratani (70' Kazuo Ozaki), Toshio Matsuura 
    (70' Hiromi Hara). Coach: Takaji Mori
Referee: Othman Omar (Malaysia)

XV. THAILAND KING'S CUP 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
08.05.1982, Bangkok, Suphachalasai Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 66' Oh-Son Kwon
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [10/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [11/0]
 7. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Korea University]              [4/1]
    > 13. Oi-Ryong Jang                 [Daewoo]                        [23/1]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [5/0]
 5. Ki-Bong Choi                        [Naval Forces]                  [2/0]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [19/4]
 2. Oh-Son Kwon                         [Lucky Goldstar]                [10/1]
    > 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                  [Daewoo]                        [60/10]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [10/2]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [15/9]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [2/1]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [27/12]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

XV. THAILAND KING'S CUP 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
09.05.1982, 19.45, Bangkok, Suphachalasai Stadium, 25.000
THAILAND - SOUTH KOREA 0-3 (0-2)
Scorers: 0-1 18' Seok-Geun Hwang, 0-2 38' Hae-Won Chung, 0-3 68' Tae-Ho Lee PK
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [11/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [78/18]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [12/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [24/1]
 5. Ki-Bong Choi                        [Naval Forces]                  [3/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [61/10]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [30/6]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [11/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [22/12]
    >HT. 20. Tae-Ho Lee                 [Korea University]              [20/5]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [16/10]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [28/13]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

XV. THAILAND KING'S CUP 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
10.05.1982, 19.45, Bangkok, Suphachalasai Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Gang-Jo Lee, 2-0 49' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [12/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [79/18]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [13/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [25/1]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [6/0]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [21/5]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [31/7]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [12/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [23/13]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [17/10]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [29/13]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

XV. THAILAND KING'S CUP 1982, FINAL
17.05.1982, 20.45, Bangkok, Suphachalasai Stadium, 50.000
THAILAND - SOUTH KOREA 0-0 (0-0,0-0) a.e.t. 4-3 on penalties
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [13/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [80/18]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [14/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [26/1]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [7/0]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [22/5]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [32/7]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [13/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [24/13]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [18/10]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [30/13]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)
Note: 77' a goal deleted to Soon-Ho Choi for off-side. Man of the Match - Sompong Nantaprapasil

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
09.06.1982, 19.45, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - INDIA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 65' Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [14/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [81/18]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [15/0]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [27/1]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [8/0]
 5. Ki-Bong Choi                        [Naval Forces]                  [4/0]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [33/7]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [62/10]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [14/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [25/13]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [31/13]
    > 20. Tae-Ho Lee                    [Korea University]              [23/6]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
11.06.1982, 16.45, Gwangju, Moodeung Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - BAHRAIN 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 27' Tae-Ho Lee, 2-0 52' Tae-Ho Lee PK, 3-0 54' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Young-Soo Park (GK)                 [Naval Forces]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [16/0]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [9/0]
 5. Ki-Bong Choi                        [Naval Forces]                  [5/0]
 7. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Korea University]              [5/1]
 2. Oh-Son Kwon                         [Lucky Goldstar]                [11/1]
    > 9. Soon-Ho Choi                   [POSCO]                         [26/14]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [34/7]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [63/10]
18. Seok-Geun Hwang                     [Korea University]              [19/10]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [24/8]
    > 6. Sung-Hwa Park                  [Hallelujah FC]                 [82/18]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [3/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]


IX. Asian Games New Delhi 1982 Football Tournament

South Korean Players:

No.     Role    First Name      Surname             Birthdates   Height/Weight  Club
 1      GK      Young-Soo       PARK                18.01.1959      176.72      Naval Forces
 2      DF      Byung-Tae       AN                  22.02.1959      180.74      POSCO 
 3      DF      Kyung-Shik      CHOI                01.02.1957      180.76      Daewoo
 4      MF      Gwang-Rae       CHO                 19.03.1954      169.65      Daewoo
 5      DF      Ki-Bong         CHOI                13.11.1958      180.74      Naval Forces
 6      DF      Sung-Hwa        PARK [c]            07.05.1955      178.72      Hallelujah FC
 7      DF      Jong-Soo        CHUNG               27.03.1961      174.67      Korea University
 8      DF      Kyung-Hoon      PARK                19.01.1961      172.68      Hanyang University
 9      FW      Soon-Ho         CHOI                10.01.1962      185.80      POSCO 
10      MF      Heung-Shil      LEE                 10.07.1961      168.65      Hanyang University
11      FW      Byung-Joo       BYUN                26.04.1961      174.69      Yonsei University
13      DF      Oi-Ryong        JANG                05.04.1959      176.69      Daewoo 
14      FW      Sin-Woo         KANG                18.03.1959      183.75      Daewoo 
15      MF      Gang-Jo         LEE                 27.10.1954      168.63      Korea University
16      FW      Hae-Won         CHUNG               01.07.1959      178.76      Yonsei University
17      FW      Seok-Won        KIM                 07.11.1960      174.65      Korea University
20      MF      Tae-Ho          LEE                 29.01.1961      174.68      Korea University
21      GK      Sung-Kyo        CHUNG               30.05.1960      183.78      Yonsei University
        Coach   Eun-Taek        CHOI                05.07.1938

IX. ASIAN GAMES NEW DELHI 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
21.11.1982, 14.30, New Delhi, Ambedkar Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - SOUTH YEMEN 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 25' Hae-Won Chung, 2-0 75' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 80' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [15/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [17/0]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [10/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [83/18]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [28/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [64/10]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [35/7]
    >70' 10. Heung-Sil Lee              [Hanyang University]            [1/0]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [25/8]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [15/2]
    >HT. 9. Soon-Ho Choi                [POSCO]                         [27/16]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [32/14]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [4/1]
    [Coach: Eun-Taek Choi]
SOUTH YEMEN:
    20-Mohammed Adel Ismail (GK), 2-Hussein Bin-Saleh, 4-Abdullah Saleh Harrar, 6-Ibrahim Kokani Abbas, 
    12-Adel Saeed Mohammed, 14-Noorudin Madbul Ghani (60' 7-Mabrouk Mehdi Obaid), 11-Gameel Saeed Saif, 
    8-Ahmed Mehdi Saeed, 9-Bin-Ali Nashan, 10-Abubakar Ibrahim Al-Mass, 16-Hassan Nash Sami.
Referee: Gangadharan Natarajan (India)

IX. ASIAN GAMES NEW DELHI 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
23.11.1982, 18.30, New Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
IRAN - SOUTH KOREA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 47' Darakhshan
IRAN:
    1-Behrouz Sultani (GK), 5-Mohammad Panjali, 4-Amir Marzouqi, 6-Mohammad Mayeli Khohan, 2-Mohammad Dadkan, 
    9-Zia Arabshahi, 3-Mehdi Dinvarzadeh [c], 8-Hamid Darakhshan, 15-Reza Ahadi (85' 19-Amir Hossein Shahzeidi), 
    14-Abbas Kargar (86' 12-Mohammad Naderi). Coach: Jalal Cheraghpour
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [16/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [18/0]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [11/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [84/18]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [29/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [65/10]
15. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Korea University]              [36/7]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [26/8]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [16/2]
    >HT. 9. Soon-Ho Choi                [POSCO]                         [28/16]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [33/14]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [5/1]
    >65' 7. Jong-Soo Chung              [Korea University]              [6/1]
    [Coach: Eun-Taek Choi]
Referee: Melvyn Victor D'Souza (India)

IX. ASIAN GAMES NEW DELHI 1982, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
25.11.1982, 14.30, New Delhi, Chattarsal Stadium
JAPAN - SOUTH KOREA 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 1-0 21' Sin-Woo Kang, 1-1 58' Kimura, 2-1 79' Kaneda
JAPAN:
    1-Mitsuhisa Taguchi (GK), 6-Takeshi Koshida, 4-Tetsuo Sugamata, 5-Hisashi Kato [c], 7-Satoshi Tsunami, 
    12-Kouji Tanaka, 13-Nobutoshi Kaneda, 9-Takeshi Okada, 11-Kazushi Kimura, 14-Hiromi Hara, 8-Yahiro Kazama. 
    Coach: Takaji Mori
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Sung-Kyo Chung (GK)                 [Yonsei University]             [17/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Hanyang University]            [19/0]
 3. Kyung-Shik Choi                     [Daewoo]                        [12/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park [c]                   [Hallelujah FC]                 [85/18]
13. Oi-Ryong Jang                       [Daewoo]                        [30/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo]                        [66/10]
20. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [27/8]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO]                         [29/16]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [17/2]
    >70' 10. Heung-Sil Lee              [Hanyang University]            [2/0]
16. Hae-Won Chung                       [Yonsei University]             [34/14]
14. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo]                        [6/2]
    [Coach: Eun-Taek Choi]
Referee: Ibrahim Mashta (Syria)

1983

XI. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
06.03.1983, 13.30, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 20.000
JAPAN - SOUTH KOREA 1-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Tanaka, 1-1 92' Kyung-Ho Kim
JAPAN:
    1-Mitsuhisa Taguchi (GK), 2-Akihiro Nishimura, 4-Tetsuo Sugamata, 5-Hisashi Kato, 3-Satoshi Tsunami, 
    9-Hideki Maeda, 12-Kouji Tanaka, 13-Nobutoshi Kaneda, 11-Kazushi Kimura, 14-Hiromi Hara (72' Toshio Matsuura),
    17-Kazuo Ozaki. Coach: Takaji Mori
SOUTH KOREA:
21. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Korea University]              [20/0]
 6. Chul-Soo Kim                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [6/0]
 5. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
 7. Moon-Bae Han                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [1/0]
 8. Heung-Sil Lee                       [Hanyang University]            [3/0]
12. Gil-Yong Lee                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [1/0]
    >56' Dong-Choon Yoo                                                 [9/1]
14. Kyung-Ho Kim                        [Youngnam University]           [1/1]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [18/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [30/16]
    >25' 10. Tae-Yeop Lee               [Kookmin Bank]                  [7/2]
15. Hyun-Ki Ham                                                         [1/0]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]
Referee: Tony Boskovic (Australia)

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1983, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
06.06.1983, 17.00, Suwon, Sports Complex Athletics Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 4-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 4' Sang-Yong Lee, 2-0 40' In-Ho Noh, 3-0 79' Tae-Ho Lee, 4-0 89' In-Ho Noh
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Seoul City]                    [2/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [21/0]
 2. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/0]
 5. Byung-Tae An                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [1/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [1/0]
15. Heung-Sil Lee                       [Hanyang University]            [4/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [28/9]
17. Min-Gook Cho                        [Korea University]              [1/0]
    > Yoon-Hwan Cho                     [Myungji University]            [1/0]
 7. In-Ho Noh                           [Myungji University]            [1/2]
19. Sang-Yong Lee                       [Korea University]              [1/1]
    Dong-Chul Shin                      [Myungji University]            [1/0]
    > 11. Byung-Joo Byun                [Yonsei University]             [19/2]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1983, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
08.06.1983, 20.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - NIGERIA 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 15' In-Ho Noh
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Seoul City]                    [3/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [22/0]
 2. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/0]
 5. Byung-Tae An                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [2/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [2/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [29/9]
20. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [31/16]
13. Gil-Yong Lee                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [2/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [20/2]
 7. In-Ho Noh                           [Myungji University]            [2/3]
19. Sang-Yong Lee                       [Korea University]              [2/1]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]
NIGERIA:
    1-Best Ogedegbe (GK), 4-Kingsley Paul, 2-Kenneth Boardman, 12-Lewis Igwillo, 5-Anthony Edward, 6-Stephen Keshi,
    10-Joseph Oluwole Odegbami, 13-Charles Yanchio, 9-Fatai Yekini, 8-Ali Bala, 11-Charles Osuji. 
    Coach: Festus Onigbinde
Referee: Jopie Fretes (Indonesia)

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1983, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
12.06.1983, 17.00, Jeonju, Sports Complex Athletics Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 19' Sang-Yong Lee, 2-0 64' Sang-Yong Lee, 3-0 OG
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Seoul City]                    [4/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Korea University]              [23/0]
 2. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [4/0]
 3. Han-Bong Kim                        [Housing Bank]                  [1/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [3/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [30/9]
17. Min-Gook Cho                        [Korea University]              [2/0]
20. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [32/16]
13. Gil-Yong Lee                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [3/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [21/2]
19. Sang-Yong Lee                       [Korea University]              [3/3]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]

XII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1983, SEMI FINAL
15.06.1983, 18.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - GHANA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 82' Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Seoul City]                    [5/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [Korea University]              [24/0]
 2. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [5/0]
 3. Han-Bong Kim                        [Housing Bank]                  [2/0]
    > 5. Byung-Tae An                   [POSCO Dolphins]                [3/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [31/10]
17. Min-Gook Cho                        [Korea University]              [3/0]
20. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [33/16]
13. Gil-Yong Lee                        [POSCO Dolphins]                [4/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [22/2]
19. Sang-Yong Lee                       [Korea University]              [4/3]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]
GHANA:
    1-Owsu Mensah (GK), 2-Kwasi Appiah, 12-Isaac Acquaye, 5-Isaac Paha, 3-Hesse Odametey, 15-Daniel Kayede, 
    6-Papa Arko, 10-Samuel Opoku N'Ti, 7-John Bannerman, 14-Abdul Aziz, 11-Koffi Abbrey. Coach: Charles Kumi Gyanfi
Expulsions: 35' Kayede
Referee: William Munro (New Zealand)

LA TOURNAMENT, THIRD PLACE MATCH
29.07.1983, Los Angeles, LA Memorial Coliseum
GUATEMALA - SOUTH KOREA 1-1 (1-0,1-1) a.e.t. 5-3 on penalties
Scorers: 1-0 39' Alburez, 1-1 48' Jung Jang
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Kyu-Han Lee (GK)                                                    [1/0]
 8. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [25/0]
 2. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [6/0]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]               [1/1]
16. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [1/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [5/0]
15. Heung-Sil Lee                       [Hanyang University]            [5/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Korea University]              [32/10]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yonsei University]             [23/2]
17. Min-Gook Cho                        [Korea University]              [4/0]
19. Sang-Yong Lee                       [Korea University]              [5/3]
    [Coach: Yoon-Ok Cho]

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
01.11.1983, 18.15, Bangkok, Suphachalasai Stadium, 30.000
THAILAND - SOUTH KOREA 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 40' Yeon-Ho Shin, 1-1 65' Vorawan, 2-1 71' Piyapong
THAILAND:
    1-Narasak Boonkleang (GK), 2-Chaikitti Surak (3-Sittipultong Thaweepak), 7-Aumnat Chareumchavalit, 
    8-Chalit Suttabin, 5-Praphan Premsri, 4-Sangnapol Chalemvut, 13-Sakdarin Tongmee, 9-Piyapong Pue-On, 
    10-Vorawan Chitavanich, 11-Madard Tongtaum, 16-Hongkajohn Chalor (15-Boonnum Sukswat). Coach: Sainer Chaiyong
SOUTH KOREA:
18. Moon-Young Lee (GK)                 [Dongbook High School]
 2. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
    >HT. 14. Dong-Gwan Yoo              [Hanyang University]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
 7. Tae-Hyung Lee                       [Hanyang University]
16. Kyung-Nam Lee                       [Kyunghee University]
    >69' 11. Seung-Hee Lee              [Gangreung F/I High School]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Kok Leong Lee (Singapore)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
03.11.1983, 16.00, Bangkok, Chularonkorn College Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - CHINA 3-3 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 32' Jong-Keon Kim, 2-0 34' Jong-Boo Kim, 3-0 50' Jong-Keon Kim, 3-1 51' Xiuquan Jia, 
    3-2 79' Haiguang Liu, 3-3 85' Haiguang Liu
SOUTH KOREA:
18. Moon-Young Lee (GK)                 [Dongbook High School]
 2. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
11. Seung-Hee Lee                       [Gangreung F/I High School]
 7. Tae-Hyung Lee                       [Hanyang University]
    >51' 16. Kyung-Nam Lee              [Kyunghee University]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
    >HT. 14. Dong-Gwan Yoo              [Hanyang University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
CHINA:
    1-Fusheng Li (GK), 2-Bo Zhu, 4-Yan Zheng, 5-Minghua Chi, 6-Xiuquan Jia, 9-Shusheng Zuo, 13-Guorong Qin, 
    14-Huajun Li, 17-Hui Li, 16-Haiguang Liu, 11-Xiangfu Shen. Coach: Weisi Nian
Referee: Farid Abdulrahman Zainal (UAE)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
05.11.1983, 16.30, Bangkok, Thai-Japanese Youth Sports Center
SOUTH KOREA - HONG KONG 4-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 58' Jong-Boo Kim, 2-0 68' Yeon-Ho Shin, 3-0 72' Jong-Boo Kim, 4-0 85' Jong-Boo Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
12. Sung-Ki Kim                         [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
 6. Heung-Kwon Kim                      [Chunnam University]
    >HT. 10. Yeon-Ho Shin               [Korea University]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
11. Seung-Hee Lee                       [Gangreung F/I High School]
16. Kyung-Nam Lee                       [Kyunghee University]
    > 14. Dong-Gwan Yoo                 [Hanyang University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
HONG KONG:
    20-Kam For Yau (GK), 4-Ki Mong Nu, 3-Kan Xing Jiu, 5-Ko King Shu, 16-Tai Wah Cheung, 7-Toh Kin Huan, 
    9-Kam Piu Chi, 14-Pung Xing Cheung, 15-Koh Wah Lao, 8-Quai Quang Sui, 11-Qi Hua Lin. Coach: Ka Ming Kwok
Expulsions: 39' Seung-Hee Lee, 74' Quai Quang Sui
Referee: Sebastian Yap (Singapore)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
08.11.1983, 18.00, Bangkok, Thai-Japanese Youth Sports Center
CHINA - SOUTH KOREA 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
CHINA:
    1-Fusheng Li (GK), 2-Bo Zhu, 3-Lefeng Lin, 4-Yan Zheng, 6-Xiuquan Jia, 9-Shusheng Zuo (10-Hongxiang Lu), 
    14-Huajun Li, 7-Guangming Guo, 16-Haiguang Liu, 17-Hui Li, 11-Xiangfu Shen. Coach: Weisi Nian
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]
 2. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
14. Dong-Gwan Yoo                       [Hanyang University]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
16. Kyung-Nam Lee                       [Kyunghee University]
    >38' 7. Tae-Hyung Lee               [Hanyang University]
    >69' 6. Heung-Kwon Kim              [Chunnam University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Kok-Leong Lee (Singapore)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
10.11.1983, 18.00, Bangkok, Thai-Japanese Youth Sports Center
HONG KONG - SOUTH KOREA 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 1-0 35' Yeon-Ho Shin, 2-0 60' Jong-Boo Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
18. Moon-Young Lee (GK)                 [Dongbook High School]
12. Sung-Ki Kim                         [Hanyang University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
14. Dong-Gwan Yoo                       [Hanyang University]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
11. Seung-Hee Lee                       [Gangreung F/I High School]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Farid Abdulrahman Zainal (UAE)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D (UNOFFICIAL)
12.11.1983, 18.00, Bangkok, Thai-Japanese Youth Sports Center
THAILAND - SOUTH KOREA 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 44' Yeon-Ho Shin, 0-2 83' Yeon-Ho Shin
THAILAND:
    22-Sompong Nantapraparsil (GK), 3-Thaweepak Sittipultong, 12-Narong Arjarayult, 13-Wattana Sompong, 
    20-Numchok Chaijaleon, 10-Vorawan Chitavanich, 14-Tongmee Sakdarin, 19-Jittiphong Meesoungnorn, 
    17-Pakdee Choyasit, 21-Niwat Gaipet, 11-Madard Tongtaum (15-Boonnum Sukswat). Coach: Sainor Chaiyong
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]
 2. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 3. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
    > 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                [Daewoo Royals]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
 7. Tae-Hyung Lee                       [Hanyang University]
11. Seung-Hee Lee                       [Gangreung F/I High School]
    >58' 6. Heung-Kwon Kim              [Chunnam University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: George Joseph (Malaysia)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

1984

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND GROUP A (UNOFFICIAL)
17.04.1984, 18.30, Singapore, National Stadium, 25.000
SOUTH KOREA - KUWAIT 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    >70' 14. Gil-Yong Lee               [POSCO Dolphins]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
    >60' 21. Yeon-Ho Shin               [Korea University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
KUWAIT:
    22-Samer Saad (GK), 17-Hamoud Al-Shemmari, 14-Abdullah Mayouf, 3-Mahmoud Jumaa Mubarak, 5-Waleed Mubarak, 
    18-Mohammed Ahmad, 8-Mohammad Karam, 11-Naser Al-Ghanem (10-Abdulaziz Al-Anbari), 7-Fatih Kamil Marzouq 
    (20-Moayadh Al-Haddad), 12-Yousif Suwayed, 16-Faisal Al-Dakhil [c]. Coach: Antonio Lopes (Brazil)
Referee: Daqiao Zhang (China)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND GROUP A (UNOFFICIAL)
19.04.1984, 20.30, Singapore, National Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - BAHRAIN 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 43' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]
20. Heung-Sil Lee                       [Hanyang University]
    >HT. 14. Gil-Yong Lee               [POSCO Dolphins]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]
21. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    >HT. 8. Hae-Won Chung               [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
BAHRAIN:
    1-Hmoud Sultan Mazkoor (GK), 2-Farhan Ahmed, 3-Abdul Nabih, 8-Khalaf Hamad (9-Adnan Ibrahim), 5-Daif Adnan Ali,
    6-Salman Al-Harbi, 7-Khalil Shewayaer, 10-Ibrahim Farhan, 14-Ali Hassan, 19-Marjan Eid, 18-Yousif Al-Shebaieh. 
    Coach: Keith Burkinshaw (England)
Referee: Ahmad Bash (Jordan)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND GROUP A (UNOFFICIAL)
22.04.1984, 20.30, Singapore, National Stadium, 27.000
SOUTH KOREA - NEW ZEALAND 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 65' Yong-Hwan Chung, 2-0 70' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]
 3. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
    > 21. Yeon-Ho Shin                  [Korea University]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]
17. Jong-Keon Kim                       [Seoul City]
    >HT. 14. Gil-Yong Lee               [POSCO Dolphins]
 7. Tae-Hyung Lee                       [Hanyang University]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
NEW ZEALAND:
    1-Frank van Hattum (GK), 4-Richard Herbert [c], 6-Ceri Evans, 5-Keith Garland, 2-Adrian Elrick, 
    11-Michael Groom (79' 13-David Burgess), 15-Peter Simonsen, 8-Duncan Cole, 14-Keith Mackay, 7-William McClure 
    (79' 19-Alex Metzger), 3-Kevin Birch. Coach: Allan Jones
Referee: Jamal Al-Sharif (Syria)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND GROUP A (UNOFFICIAL)
24.04.1984, 20.30, Singapore, National Stadium, 40.000
SAUDI ARABIA - SOUTH KOREA 5-4 (1-2)
Scorers: 0-1 14' Jong-Seon Jeon, 0-2 20' Hae-Wong Chung, 1-2 Al-Nafeesah, 2-2 47' n/a, 2-3 49' Hae-Won Chung, 
    3-3 57' n/a PK, 4-3 65' Majed Abullah, 4-4 73' Gil-Yong Lee, 5-4 82' S. Al-Dossary
SAUDI ARABIA:
    21-Khaled Al-Dossary (GK), 4-Sameer Rishakor [c], 2-Sami Al-Dawsare, 3-Hassan Al-Bishi, 13-Mohammed Al-Jawad, 
    8-Ahmed Bayazid (16-Abdullah Masod), 9-Majed Mohammed Abdullah, 11-Muhaisen Al-Dossary, 17-Shaye Al-Nafeesah 
    (6-Ahmad Al-Bishi), 14-Saleh Al-Dossary, 10-Fahad Al-Mosaibeth. Coach: Khalil Al-Ziani
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]
18. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
19. Dong-Gwan Yoo                       [Hanyang University]
    > 14. Gil-Yong Lee                  [POSCO Dolphins]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]
21. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIII. OLYMPIAD LOS ANGELES 1984 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND PLAY-OFF (UNOFFICIAL)
29.04.1984, 18.30, Singapore, National Stadium, 50.000
SOUTH KOREA - IRAQ 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 43' Adnan Dirjal
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]
    > 3. Pan-Geun Kim                   [Korea University]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]
18. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]
14. Gil-Yong Lee                        [POSCO Dolphins]
    > 15. Sam-Soo Kim                   [Dongah University]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Dolphins]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
IRAQ:
    1-Abdul Fattah Jassim (GK), 21-Mohamad Fadhil Hassan, 2-Adnan Dirjal Mutar, 3-Khalil Allawi, 
    5-Abdul Kadhum Maidi, 15-Natiq Hashim Abidoun, 12-Sadiq Mousa Benwan (8-Ahmed Radhi Amaeish),
    13-Karim Allawi, 10-Hussein Saeed Mohammed, 17-Wamidh Munir Yaqoub, 11-Emad Jassim Mahmoud. 
    Coach: Ammo Baba
Referee: Christopher Bambridge (Australia)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XIII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1984, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
03.06.1984, 18.50, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - GUATEMALA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 58' Tae-Ho Lee, 2-0 62' Tae-Hyung Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
18. Moon-Young Lee (GK)                 [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
 3. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]              [1/0]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [2/0]
13. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]               [2/1]
22. Jong-Seon Jeon                      [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [33/11]
    > 14. Gil-Yong Lee                  [POSCO Dolphins]                [5/0]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]             [1/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [35/14]
 7. Tae-Hyung Lee                       [Hanyang University]            [1/1]
 9. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [1/0]
    >HT. 10. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO Dolphins]                [34/16]
21. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]              [1/0]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
GUATEMALA:
    12-Ricardo Jerez (GK), 3-Juan Perez, 15-Victor Monzon, 2-Sergio Rivera, 4-Edgar Salgueiro, 5-Minor Mendez, 
    7-Jorge Fernandez, 6-Eddy Alburez, 13-Selvin Galindo (14-Erwin Donis), 10-Oscar Sanchez (17-Vitalino Garcia), 
    11-Byron Perez. Coach: Dragoslav Sekulalac (Yugoslavia)
Referee: Koh Guan Kiat (Malaysia)

XII. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
30.09.1984, 15.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 50.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 1-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 0-1 36' Kimura, 1-1 42' Kyung-Nam Lee, 1-2 50' Mizunuma
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Moon-Young Lee (GK)                 [Seoul City]                    [2/0]
 4. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [3/0]
 5. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]               [3/1]
 2. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Korea University]              [2/0]
 3. Tae-Shik Kang                                                       [1/0]
 8. Jong-Keon Kim I                     [Seoul City]                    [1/0]
 6. Jin-Han Choi [c]                    [Myungji University]            [1/0]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Dongah University]             [2/0]
10. Yeon-Ho Shin                        [Korea University]              [2/0]
16. Kyung-Nam Lee                       [Kyunghee University]           [1/1]
 7. Joon-Hyun Kim                       [Korea University]              [1/0]
    >HT. 9. Jong-Boo Kim                [Korea University]              [2/0]
    >54' 14. Min-Gook Cho               [Korea University]              [5/0]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
JAPAN:
    19-Kiyotaka Matsui (GK), 5-Yasutaro Matsuki, 2-Hisashi Kato, 4-Yoshinori Ishikami, 7-Satoshi Tsunami, 
    8-Akihiro Nishimura, 10-Kazushi Kimura (83' 17-Osamu Taninaka), 11-Atsushi Uchiyama (59' 13-Satoshi Miyauchi),
    12-Takashi Mizunuma, 15-Koichi Hashiratani, 14-Hiromi Hara. Coach: Takaji Mori
Referee: Kwok Kui Cheung (Hong Kong)

OLYMPIC STADIUM OPENING ANNIVERSARY TOURNAMENT
04.10.1984, 19.20, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 50.000
SOUTH KOREA - CAMEROON 5-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 16' Chang-Seon Park, 2-0 44' Byung-Joo Byun, 3-0 48' Sang-Gook Choi, 4-0 70' Sang-Gook Choi, 
    5-0 80' Sang-Gook Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]                       [1/0]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
19. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [26/0]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [6/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [75/2]
10. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [65/24]
    > 14. Yong-Se Kim                   [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
 7. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/2]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [34/11]
12. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [24/3]
 5. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [86/18]
    > 11. Hae-Won Chung                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [36/14]
16. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Dolphins]                [1/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
CAMEROON:
    17-Jacques Songo'o (GK), 11-Charles Toube, 3-Luc M'Bassi, 16-Bertin Ebwelle, 4-Michel Bilamo, 5-Mani (9-Ngozo),
    6-Dotua (13-Eyoh), 7-Joseph Enanga, 2-Boneventure Djonkep, 8-Zanbwalla, 12-Ernst Ebongue. 
    Coach: Rade Ognjanovic (Yugoslavia)
Referee: Jong-Rin Yoo (South Korea)

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 3
10.10.1984, 15.30, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - NORTH YEMEN 6-0 (3-0)
Scorers: Sung-Hwa Park (4), Hae-Won Chung (2)
SOUTH KOREA:
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [87/22]
    Hae-Won Chung                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [37/16]
    * 9 missings.
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 3
13.10.1984, 15.30, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - PAKISTAN 6-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 10' Tae-Ho Lee, 2-0 15' Sang-Gook Choi, Sung-Hwa Park (2), Seon-Jae Wang (2)
SOUTH KOREA:
    Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [35/12]
    Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [88/24]
    Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Dolphins]                [2/4]
    Seon-Jae Wang                                                       [1/2]
    * 7 missings.
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 3
16.10.1984, 15.30, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
    n/a
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, PRELIMINARIES, GROUP 3
19.10.1984, 15.30, Calcutta, Edens Garden Stadium
INDIA - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 48' Chang-Seon Park
    Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [27/0]
    Chang-Seon Park                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [5/3]
    Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
    * 8 missings.
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]


VIII. Asian Cup Singapore 1984 Final Tournament

South Korean players:

No.     Role    First Name      Surname             Birthdates   Height/Weight  Club
 1      GK      In-Young        CHOI                05.03.1962      181.78      Hyundai Tigers
 2      DF      Kyung-Hoon      PARK                19.01.1961      172.68      POSCO Dolphins
 3      DF      Jong-Soo        CHUNG               27.03.1961      174.67      Yukong Elephants
 4      DF      Pyung-Seok      KIM                 22.09.1958      175.70      Hyundai Tigers
 5      DF      Yong-Hwan       CHUNG               10.02.1960      178.76      Daewoo Royals
 6      DF      Sung-Hwa        PARK                07.05.1955      176.70      Halleujah FC
 7      MF      Jung            JANG                05.05.1964      178.70      Ajoo University
 8      FW      Tae-Ho          LEE                 29.01.1961      170.68      Daewoo Royals
 9      MF      Jung-Moo        HUH                 13.01.1955      176.74      Hyundai Tigers
10      FW      Chang-Seon      PARK [c]            02.02.1954      170.65      Daewoo Royals
11      MF      Gang-Jo         LEE                 27.10.1954      168.63      Yukong Elephants
12      MF      Boo-Yeol        LEE                 16.10.1958      174.65      Kookmin Bank
13      MF      Jin-Han         CHOI                22.06.1961      174.68      Myungji University
14      FW      Byung-Joo       BYUN                26.04.1961      174.69      Daewoo Royals
15      DF      Byung-Ok        YOO                 02.03.1964      177.72      Hanyang University
16      FW      Seok-Won        KIM                 07.11.1961      172.64      Yukong Elephants
17      FW      Sang-Gook       CHOI                15.02.1961      174.66      POSCO Dolphins
18      FW      Gwang-Ji        CHOI                05.06.1963      185.76      Gwangwoon University
20      MF      Seon-Jae        WANG                16.03.1959      175.70      Hanil Bank
21      GK      Ki-Dong         CHUNG               13.05.1961      182.75      POSCO Dophins
        MF      Young-Jeung     CHO                 18.08.1954      178.76      Lucky Gold Star Hwangso
        DF      Ki-Bong         CHOI                13.11.1958      180.74      Yukong Elephants
        Coach   Jung-Shik       MOON                23.06.1930

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
02.12.1984, 19.00, Singapore, National Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - SAUDI ARABIA 1-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 53' Tae-Ho Lee, 1-1 90' Majed Mohammed
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [6/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [28/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [7/1]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [7/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [89/24]
 8. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [36/13]
 9. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [66/24]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [6/3]
11. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Yukong Elephants]              [37/7]
    > 13. Jin-Han Choi                  [Myungji University]            [2/0]
14. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [25/3]
16. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
    > 18. Gwang-Ji Choi                 [Gwangwoon University]          [1/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
SAUDI ARABIA:
    1-Abdullah Al-Deayea (GK), 2-Nasser Al-Meaweed, 4-Sameer Abdulshkor, 5-Saleh Al-Nuayamah, 13-Mohammed Al-Jawad,
    8-Yousef Arbola (6-Yahya Amer), 14-Saleh Al-Dossary, 16-Musaed Ibrahim (17-Bandar Al-Nakhli), 9-Majed Mohammed,
    10-Fahad Al-Mosaibeth, 11-Muhaisen Al-Dossary. Coach: Mario Zagallo (Brazil)
Referee: George Joseph (Malaysia)

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
05.12.1984, 19.00, Singapore, National Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - KUWAIT 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [Sangmoo]                       [2/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [29/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [8/0]
 4. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [90/24]
 8. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [37/13]
 9. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [67/24]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [7/3]
    > 12. Boo-Yeol Lee                  [Kookmin Bank]                  [1/0]
13. Jin-Han Choi                        [Myungji University]            [3/0]
14. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [26/3]
18. Gwang-Ji Choi                       [Gwangwoon University]          [2/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
KUWAIT:
    22-Sameer Saad (GK), 2-Naeem Saad Mubarak, 3-Mahmoud Jumaa Mubarak, 5-Waleed Mubarak, 6-Abdul Aziz Al-Buloushi,
    7-Abdullah Al-Buloushi, 11-Amer Al-Amer (14-Hamoud Al-Shemmari), 15-Sami Al-Hashash, 16-Faisal Al-Dakhil [c], 
    18-Mohammed Ahmad, 20-Moayadh Haddad. Coach: Antonio Lopes (Brazil)
Referee: Kwok Kui Cheung (Hong Kong)

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
07.12.1984, 21.00, Singapore, National Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - SYRIA 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 13' R. Hassan
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Ki-Dong Chung (GK)                  [POSCO Dolphins]                [3/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [30/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [9/0]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [91/24]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [8/1]
 8. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [38/13]
    >HT. 18. Gwang-Ji Choi              [Gwangwoon University]          [3/0]
 9. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [68/24]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [8/3]
11. Gang-Jo Lee                         [Yukong Elephants]              [38/7]
    >HT. 13. Jin-Han Choi               [Myungji University]            [4/0]
14. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [27/3]
16. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
SYRIA:
    22-Malek Shakuhi (GK), 2-Reghed Khalil, 3-Mohammed Dahman, 4-Georges Khouri, 5-Mohammed Essam Mahrous, 
    6-Waleed Abou El-Sel Kessail, 10-Marwan Madarati, 8-Abdul Kader Kardaghli, 11-Essam Zino (13-Husam Hurani), 
    12-Ahmad Darwish, 16-Radwan Hassan (9-Fouad Aziz). Coach: Farouk Bouzo
Referee: George Courtney (England)

VIII. ASIAN CUP SINGAPORE 1984, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
10.12.1984, 21.00, Singapore, National Stadium
SOUTH KOREA - QATAR 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 60' K. Al-Muhannadi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
 7. Jung Jang                           [Ajoo University]               [4/1]
    > 13. Jin-Han Choi                  [Myungji University]            [5/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [10/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [9/1]
 4. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Dolphins]                [31/0]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [9/3]
 9. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [69/24]
 8. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [39/13]
 6. Sung-Hwa Park                       [Hallelujah FC]                 [92/24]
14. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [28/3]
16. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
Referee: Augusto Lamo Castillo (Spain)

1985

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND SUBGROUP A
02.03.1985, 15.30, Kathmandu, National Stadium, 40.000
NEPAL - SOUTH KOREA 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 35' Tae-Ho Lee, 0-2 63' Tae-Ho Lee PK
NEPAL:
    1-Shahi Lok Bahadur (GK), 2-Drirendra Kuma Pradhan, 3-Karnikar Bhakta Raj, 5-Ranjitkar Ram Shriram, 
    4-Ganesh Fandhi, 6-Suresh Panthi, 8-Man Bahadur Malla, 9-Krishna Thapa, 10-Raju Kaji Shakya, 7-Ganesh Thapa, 
    16-Rupak Ray Sharma. Coach: Thapa Bhim
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [32/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [10/1]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [11/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [4/0]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [70/24]
21. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
19. Gwang-Ji Choi                       [Gwangwoon University]          [4/0]
    >65' 16. Jin-Han Choi               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [6/0]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [35/16]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [29/3]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [40/15]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
Cautions: 26' Malla, 48' Pradhan, 66' Soon-Ho Choi
Referee: Daqiao Zhang (China)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND SUBGROUP A
10.03.1985, 19.30, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium, 36.738
MALAYSIA - SOUTH KOREA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Dollah Salleh
MALAYSIA:
    1-Amurgam Ali (GK), 2-Ibrahim Saad, 3-Serbegeth Singh, 4-Mohamed Noor Yaseen, 6-Abdul Nasir Yousof, 
    8-Ling Teng Kim, 13-Ali Ahmed Yusuf, 14-Ismael Fadzil (39' 11-Ahmed Alid), 16-Wang Yong Nung, 
    17-Abidin Hassan Zainal, 7-Dollah Salleh. Coach: Mohammed Bakar
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [33/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [11/1]
 4. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [12/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [5/0]
 8. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [71/24]
10. Sung-Ho Kwak                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
    >37' 19. Gwang-Ji Choi              [Gwangwoon University]          [5/0]
16. Jin-Han Choi                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [36/16]
    >68' 21. Seok-Won Kim               [Yukong Elephants]              [5/0]
 7. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [30/3]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [41/15]
    [Coach: Jung-Shik Moon]
Referee: Samuel Chan Yam-Ming (Hong Kong)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND SUBGROUP A
06.04.1985, 15.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - NEPAL 4-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 1-0 18' Jung-Moo Huh, 2-0 36' Seok-Won Kim, 3-0 41' Jong-Soo Chung, 4-0 57' Jung-Moo Huh
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [34/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [12/2]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [6/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [13/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [76/2]
    > 13. Jong-Chul Baek                [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [67/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [10/3]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [72/26]
 7. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [6/1]
    > 6. Tae-Ho Lee                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [42/15]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
NEPAL:
    1-Shahi Lok Bahadur (GK), 2-Drirendra Kuma Pradan (Umesh Pradan), 4-Ganesh Fandhi, 3-Karnikar Bhakta Raj 
    (15-Kedar Rajesh Mamandhar), 6-Suresh Panthi, 7-Ganeshi Tapha, 8-Man Bahadur Malla, 9-Krishna Tapha, 
    10-Raju Kaji Shakya, 12-Y.B. Gayle, 16-Bigyan Ray Sharma. Coach: Thapa Bhim
Cautions: 19' Pradhan, 29' Seok-Won Kim
Referee: Kwok Kui Cheung (Hong Kong)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND SUBGROUP A
19.05.1985, 15.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 45.780
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 2-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 12' Chang-Seon Park PK, 2-0 18' Min-Gook Cho
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [9/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [35/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [13/2]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [7/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [14/0]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Korea University]              [6/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [68/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [11/4]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [73/26]
    >76' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [31/3]
 7. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [7/1]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [37/16]
    >76' 8. Young-Jeung Cho             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [77/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
MALAYSIA:
    22-Ong Yu Tiang (GK), 2-Ibrahim Saad, 3-Yusoff Kamarulzaman, 5-Mokthar Zaidi, 7-Dollah Salleh, 8-Ling Teng Kim,
    10-Mokthar Dahari, 12-P. Dharmalingam (30' 11-Khan Hung Eng), 13-Yusoff Abdul Nassir, 15-Ali Ahmed Yusuf, 
    17-Abidin Hassan. Coach: Mohammed Bakar
Cautions: 87' Min-Gook Cho
Referee: Shizuo Takada (Japan)

XV. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1985, 1ST ROUND GROUP C
06.06.1985, 17.20, Daejun, Civil Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 3-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 1-0 2' Soon-Ho Choi, 1-1 7' Somchai, 2-1 48' Chang-Seon Park PK, 3-1 75' Tae-Ho Lee, 3-2 88' Vithaya
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [10/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [9/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [14/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [15/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [78/2]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [12/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [43/16]
13. Jong-Chul Baek                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/0]
16. Jin-Han Choi                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [8/0]
    >HT. 4. Gwang-Rae Cho               [Daewoo Royals]                 [69/10]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [38/17]
18. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [7/2]
    > 15. Byung-Ok Yoo                  [Hanyang University]            [8/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
THAILAND:
    1-Yamsang Sirisak (GK), 3-Sittipultong Thaweepak, 4-Sangnapol Chalermvud, 5-Narong Arjarayult, 
    6-Sutin Chaikitti, 7-Wattana Sompong, 8-Pairot Pongjan (9-Laohakul Vithaya), 11-Somchai Chouyboonchum, 
    12-Thaveewat Ackasala (15-Boonnum Sukswat), 14-Suravuth Laohakarnjanasiri, 17-Voravuth Daengsamer. 
    Coach: Sainer Chaiyong
Referee: Dari Hani Latfa (Iraq)

XV. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1985, 2ND ROUND GROUP 1
08.06.1985, 16.50, Gwangju, Moodeung Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - BAHRAIN 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 6' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 55' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 88' Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [10/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [15/2]
    > 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                [POSCO Atoms]                   [36/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [16/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [9/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [70/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [13/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [44/17]
16. Jin-Han Choi                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [9/0]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [39/19]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [32/3]
    > 18. Sin-Woo Kang                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [8/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
BAHRAIN:
    22-Saleh Yousif Qamber (GK), 2-Jaffer Hussain (6-Salman Al-Harbi), 3-Marjan Eid, 5-Adnan Ali Daif, 
    8-Nasser Jassim Jawher, 10-Ibrahim Al-Hardan, 11-Mohammad Saleh Ali, 14-Abdul Rahman Rashid Hassan, 
    15-Ali Al-Ansari (7-Hassan Ahmed Khalfan), 16-Ibrahim Farhan, 18-Karim Bukheet Saif. 
    Coach: Keith Burkinshaw (England)
Referee: Koh Guan Kiat (Malaysia)

XV. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1985, SEMI FINAL
15.06.1985, 15.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 35.000
SOUTH KOREA - IRAQ 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 2' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 87' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [11/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [16/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [17/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [10/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [71/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [14/5]
13. Jong-Chul Baek                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/0]
    > 6. Tae-Ho Lee                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [45/17]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [40/21]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [33/3]
18. Sin-Woo Kang                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [9/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
IRAQ:
    1-Raad Hammoudi Salman (GK) [c], 13-Khalil Mohammed Allawi, 4-Abdul Kadhum Homaidi, 11-Adnan Dirjal Mutar, 
    12-Jamal Ali Hamzah, 17-Wamidh M. Yaqoub (21-Haris Mohammed Hassan), 14-Basil Georgis Hanna, 
    15-Natiq Hashem Abidoun, 6-Ali Hussein Shihab, 8-Ahmad Radhi (3-Karim Mohammed Allawi), 9-Karim Saddam Minshid.    Coach: Abdulrazaq Bakr
Referee: Juan Antonio Bava (Argentina)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 2ND ROUND
21.07.1985, 17.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 80.000
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 74' Byung-Joo Byun, 2-0 82' Joo-Sung Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [5/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [12/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [17/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [18/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [11/0]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [7/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [72/10]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [74/26]
    >39' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [34/4]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [15/5]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [41/21]
 7. Seok-Won Kim                        [Yukong Elephants]              [8/1]
    >61' 16. Joo-Sung Kim               [Chosun University]             [1/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
INDONESIA:
    1-Hermansyah (GK), 2-Ristomoyo, 3-Didik Darmadi (31' 6-Aun Harhara), 5-Warta Kusuma, 15-Heri Kiswanto [c], 
    12-Marzuki Nyakmad, 10-Rully Nere, 7-Eli Idriss, 17-Dede Sulaiman, 9-Bambang Nurdiansyah, 8-Zulkarnain Rubis. 
    Coach: Sinyo Aliando
Referee: Booncherd Pratumthong (Thailand)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, 2ND ROUND
30.07.1985, 19.15, Jakarta, Utama Senayan Stadium, 80.000
INDONESIA - SOUTH KOREA 1-4 (0-3)
Scorers: 0-1 7' Byung-Joo Byun, 0-2 9' Soon-Ho Choi, 0-3 32' Jung-Moo Huh, 0-4 47' Joo-Sung Kim, 1-4 87' Sulaiman
INDONESIA:
    1-Hermansyah (GK) (22' 21-Toni Ratiperisa (GK)), 2-Ristomoyo, 3-Didik Darmadi, 5-Warta Kusma, 7-Eli Idriss, 
    9-Bambang Nurdiansyah, 10-Rully Nere, 12-Marzuki Nyakmad, 14-Noah Meriem (71' 8-Zulkarnain Rubis), 
    15-Heri Kiswanto [c], 17-Dede Sulaiman. Coach: Sinyo Aliando
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. In-Young Choi (GK)                  [Hyundai Tigers]                [11/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [13/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [18/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [19/0]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [12/0]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [73/10]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [75/27]
    >56' 8. Young-Jeung Cho             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [79/2]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [16/5]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [42/22]
    >61' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [46/17]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [2/2]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [35/5]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 64' Joo-Sung Kim
Referee: Timothy Joseph (Malaysia)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
26.10.1985, 15.00, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 62.000
JAPAN - SOUTH KOREA 1-2 (1-2)
Scorers: 0-1 30' Yong-Hwan Chung, 0-2 42' Tae-Ho Lee, 1-2 43' Kimura
JAPAN:
    19-Kiyotaka Matsui (GK), 2-Hasashi Kato [c], 4-Akira Ishikami, 5-Yasutaro Matsuki, 7-Satoshi Tsunami, 
    8-Akihiro Nishimura, 10-Kazushi Kimura (82' 9-George Yonashiro), 11-Tetsuya Totsuka (77' 20-Hiroshi Hirakawa), 
    12-Takafumi Mizunuma, 13-Satoshi Miyauchi, 14-Hiromi Hara. Coach: Takaji Mori
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [17/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [14/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [37/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [20/1]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [8/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [74/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [17/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [47/18]
    >78' 8. Young-Jeung Cho             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [80/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [43/22]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [3/2]
    >HT. 19. Jong-Boo Kim               [Korea University]              [3/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [36/5]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 58' Kato, 71' Kyung-Hoon Park
Referee: Maidin Bin Singah (Singapore)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
03.11.1985, 15.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 70.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 61' Jung-Moo Huh
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [18/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [15/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [38/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [21/1]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [9/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [75/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [18/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [48/18]
    >HT. 17. Jung-Moo Huh               [Hyundai Tigers]                [76/28]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [44/22]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [4/2]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [4/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
JAPAN:
    19-Kiyotaka Matsui (GK), 2-Hisashi Kato [c], 4-Akira Ishikami (HT. 16-Takeshi Koshida), 6-Toshinobu Katsuya, 
    7-Satoshi Tsunami, 9-George Yonashiro, 10-Kazushi Kimura, 11-Tetsuya Totsuka (80' 20-Hiroshi Hirakawa), 
    13-Satoshi Miyauchi, 14-Hiromi Hara, 15-Koichi Hashiratani. Coach: Takaji Mori
Referee: Othman Omar (Malaysia)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
03.12.1985, 20.00, Los Angeles, Memorial Coliseum, 25.000
MEXICO - SOUTH KOREA 2-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 0-1 13' Joo-Sung Kim, 1-1 15' Flores, 2-1 56' Flores
MEXICO:
    1-Pablo Larios (GK), 2-Mario Trejo, 3-Fernando Quirarte, 14-Felix Cruz, 17-Raul Servin, 7-Miguel Espana, 
    10-Tomas Boy [c] (89' 8-Alejandro Dominguez), 16-Carlos Munoz, 13-Javier Aguirre, 15-Luis Flores, 
    22-Manuel Negrete. Coach: Velibor Milutinovic (Yugoslavia)
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [6/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [16/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [39/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [22/1]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [81/2]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [3/0]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [19/5]
    >HT. 13. Soo-Jin Noh                [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [49/18]
    >HT. 14. Min-Gook Cho               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [10/1]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [5/3]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [37/5]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [5/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Robert Evans (USA)

MEXICO TOURNAMENT, GROUP STAGE
08.12.1985, 16.00, Irapuato, Irapuato Stadium, 5.000
HUNGARY - SOUTH KOREA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 54' Kovacs PK
HUNGARY:
    1-Peter Disztl (GK), 2-Sandor Sallai, 6-Imre Garaba, 3-Antal Roth (HT. 19-Laszlo Gyimesi), 13-Attila Heredi 
    (61' 4-Zoltan Peter), 8-Antal Nagy [c], 5-Jozsef Kardos, 7-Jozsef Kiprich (67' 20-Ferenc Meszaros), 
    10-Lajos Detari, 23-Gyorgy Bognar (HT. 9-Laszlo Dajka), 11-Gyula Hajszan (HT. 21-Kalman Kovacs). 
    Coach: Gyorgy Mezey
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [19/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [17/0]
    >28' 3. Jong-Soo Chung              [Yukong Elephants]              [19/2]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [40/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [23/1]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [82/2]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [4/0]
    >64' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [50/18]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [76/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [20/5]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
    >71' 14. Min-Gook Cho               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [11/1]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [6/3]
    >73' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [38/5]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [6/0]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Antonio Marquez Ramirez (Mexico)

MEXICO TOURNAMENT, GROUP STAGE
10.12.1985, 20.45, Guadalajara, Jalisco Stadium, 70.000
MEXICO - SOUTH KOREA 2-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 0-1 23' Jong-Boo Kim, 1-1 43' Boy PK, 2-1 80' Hermosillo
MEXICO:
    20-Olaf Heredia (GK), 5-Francisco Chavez, 3-Fernando Quirarte, 4-Armando Manzo Ponce, 17-Raul Servin, 
    7-Miguel Espana, 10-Tomas Boy [c] (76' 19-Javier Hernandez), 6-Carlos de los Cobos, 13-Javier Aguirre 
    (63' 22-Manuel Negrete), 11-Carlos Hermosillo, 8-Alejandro Dominguez. Coach: Velibor Milutinovic (Yugoslavia)
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [20/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [41/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [24/1]
    >83' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [51/18]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [13/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [20/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [12/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [77/10]
    >80' 12. Pyung-Seok Kim             [Hyundai Tigers]                [18/0]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [21/5]
    >80' 18. Sam-Soo Kim                [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [5/0]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [7/3]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yukong Elephants]              [39/5]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [7/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Expulsions: 87' de los Cobos, 87' Tae-Ho Lee
Referee: Marco Antonio Dorantes Garcia (Mexico)

MEXICO TOURNAMENT, GROUP STAGE
13.12.1985, 15.00, Nezahualcoyotl, Neza 86 Stadium, 4.000
SOUTH KOREA - ALGERIA 2-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 56' Jong-Boo Kim, 2-0 90' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [7/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [42/0]
    >59' 12. Pyung-Seok Kim             [Hyundai Tigers]                [19/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [25/1]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [83/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [13/1]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [6/0]
    > 6. Tae-Ho Lee                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [52/18]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [78/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [22/5]
    >72' 9. Soon-Ho Choi                [POSCO Atoms]                   [45/23]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [8/3]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [40/5]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [8/2]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
ALGERIA:
    1-Nacer Drid (GK), 2-Abdelhamid Sadmi, 15-Rachid Adgigh, 4-Fadil Megharia, 3-Mokhtar Kechamli, 
    13-Djamel Djefdjef, 6-Mohammed Kaci-Said [c], 8-Fawzi Benkhaledi (73' 10-Hakim Medane), 7-Nacer Bouiche 
    (56' 17-Djamel Tlemcani), 9-Djamel Menad, 14-Ahmidouche Bentayeb (HT. 11-Hocine Yahi). Coach: Rabah Saadane
Referee: Arturo Brizio (Mexico)

1986

IV. CHINESE NEW YEAR CUP, GROUP STAGE
09.02.1986, 15.30, Hong Kong, South China Stadium, 8.000
HONG KONG - SOUTH KOREA 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 20' Yong-Se Kim, 0-2 84' Soon-Ho Choi
HONG KONG:
    Preston (GK), Kwok Sum Yu, Shani Leung Ying, David Nash, Si Tak Chung, Dooley, Meyo, Wisil, Timothy Bredbury, 
    9-Derek Parlane, 8-John Paskin. Coach: Ka Ming Kwok
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [8/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [43/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [21/2]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [14/0]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [14/1]
    >HT. 8. Young-Jeung Cho             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [84/2]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [3/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [79/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [23/5]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
    > 6. Tae-Ho Lee                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [53/18]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [9/3]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [46/24]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Note: Full international though Hong Kong used some foreign players.

IV. CHINESE NEW YEAR CUP, GROUP STAGE
16.02.1986, 15.30, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Stadium, 10.000
SOUTH KOREA - PARAGUAY 1-3 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 46' Canete, 0-2 66' Sandoval, 1-2 77' Min-Gook Cho, 1-3 89' Schettina PK
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [21/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [20/0]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [22/2]
15. Byung-Ok Yoo                        [Hanyang University]            [15/0]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [4/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [80/10]
    > 13. Soo-Jin Noh                   [Yukong Elephants]              [5/0]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [24/5]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [77/28]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [10/3]
    >HT. 14. Min-Gook Cho               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [15/2]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [9/2]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [47/24]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
PARAGUAY:
    12-Jorge Battaglia (GK), 2-Juan Torales (13-Virgilio Caceres), 3-Cesar Zabala, 4-Vladimiro Schettina, 
    5-Rogelio Delgado [c], 6-Isidro Sandoval, 17-Francisco Alcaraz (15-Eufemio Cabral), 8-Jorge Guasch, 
    20-Ramon Hicks, 10-Adolfino Canete, Adriano Samaniego. Coach: Cayetano Re

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (UNOFFICIAL)
11.03.1986, Koblenz, Oberwerth Stadium, 6.000
WEST GERMANY - SOUTH KOREA 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
WEST GERMANY:
    Eike Immel (GK), Thomas Berthold, Wilfried Hannes, Wolfgang Funkel, Michael Frontzeck, Gunther Drews 
    (HT. Uwe Fuchs), Stefan Reuter, Manfred Schwabl, Ralf Falkenmayer, Ralf Geilenkirchen (69' Markus Schupp), 
    Herbert Waas. Coach: Berti Vogts
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 3. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Hyundai Tigers]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
    >77' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Yukong Elephants]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]
    >27' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]
    >HT. 13. Soo-Jin Noh                [Yukong Elephants]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (Belgium)
Note: It was an exhibition match without spectator. West Germany fielded sub-strength side.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (UNOFFICIAL)
14.05.1986, 16.00, Denver, Fountain Valley School Field
SOUTH KOREA - ENGLAND 1-4 (0-2)
Scorers: 0-1 37' Hateley, 0-2 41' Robson, 0-3 61' Dickson, 1-3 83' Deuk-Soo Kang, 1-4 88' Dickson
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]
    >HT. 13. Soo-Jin Noh                [Yukong Elephants]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]
    >HT. 22. Deuk-Soo Kang              [Hyundai Tigers]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]
    >HT. 19. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]
11. Bum-Geun Cha                        [Bayer Leverkusen FRG]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
    >HT. 7. Jong-Boo Kim                [Korea University]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
ENGLAND:
    1-Peter Shilton (GK) (HT. 13-Chris Woods (GK)), 12-Vivian Anderson, 14-Terry Fenwick (5-Alvin Martin), 
    6-Terry Butcher, 3-Kenneth Sansom, 11-Chris Waddle (19-John Barnes), 4-Glenn Hoddle, 8-Raymond Wilkins 
    (HT. 18-Steve Hodge), 7-Bryan Robson [c] (HT. 17-Trevor Steven), 20-Peter Beardsley (21-Kerry Dickson), 
    9-Mark Hateley. Coach: Bobby Robson
Note: It was an exhibition match without spectator.

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
02.06.1986, 12.00, Mexico City, Olimpico 68 Stadium, 60.000
ARGENTINA - SOUTH KOREA 3-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 8' Valdano, 2-0 19' Ruggeri, 3-0 47' Valdano, 3-1 72' Chang-Seon Park
ARGENTINA:
    18-Nery Pumpido (GK), 8-Nestor Clausen, 19-Oscar Ruggeri, 5-Jose Luis Brown, 13-Oscar Garre, 14-Ricardo Giusti,
    2-Sergio Batista (76' 16-Julio Olarticoechea), 7-Jorge Burruchaga, 17-Pedro Pasculli (75' 20-Carlos Tapia), 
    10-Diego Maradona [c], 11-Jorge Valdano. Coach: Carlos Salvador Bilardo
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [9/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [44/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [26/1]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [16/2]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [21/0]
    >23'  4. Gwang-Rae Cho              [Daewoo Royals]                 [81/10]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [78/28]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [25/6]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [11/3]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [5/1]
    >HT. 15. Byung-Ok Yoo               [Hanyang University]            [16/0]
11. Bum-Geun Cha                        [Bayer Leverkusen FRG]          [125/55]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [48/24]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 44' Jung-Moo Huh, 50' Chang-Seon Park
Referee: Victoriano Sanchez Arminio (Spain)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
06.06.1986, 16.00, Mexico City, Olimpico 68 Stadium, 45.000
SOUTH KOREA - BULGARIA 1-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 12' Getov, 1-1 70' Jong-Boo Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [10/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [45/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [85/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [27/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [82/10]
    >72' 14. Min-Gook Cho               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [17/2]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [79/28]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [26/6]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [6/0]
    >HT. 7. Jong-Boo Kim                [Korea University]              [10/3]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [12/3]
11. Bum-Geun Cha                        [Bayer Leverkusen FRG]          [126/55]
19. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yukong Elephants]              [41/5]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
BULGARIA:
    1-Borislav Mikhailov (GK), 12-Radoslav Zdravkov, 5-Georgi Dimitrov [c], 3-Nikolay Arabov, 4-Petar Petrov, 
    8-Anyo Sadkov, 2-Nasko Sirakov, 10-Zhivko Gospodinov, 11-Plamen Getov (58' 6-Andrei Zheliaskov), 
    7-Bozhidar Iskrenov (HT. 20-Kostadin Kostadinov), 9-Stoicho Mladenov. Coach: Ivan Vutzov
Cautions: 31' Joo-Sung Kim, 49' Gospodinov, 60' Young-Jeung Cho
Referee: Fallaj Khuzam Al-Shanar (Saudi Arabia)

XIII. FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO 1986, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
10.06.1986, 12.00, Puebla, Cuauhtemoc Stadium, 20.000
ITALY - SOUTH KOREA 3-2 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 18' Altobelli, 1-1 62' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-1 73' Altobelli, 3-1 82' Gwang-Rae Cho OG, 3-2 89' Jung-Moo Huh
ITALY:
    1-Giovanni Galli (GK), 4-Fulvio Collovati, 8-Pietro Vierchowod, 6-Gaetano Scirea [c], 3-Antonio Cabrini, 
    13-Fernando De Napoli, 10-Salvatore Bagni (67' 11-Giuseppe Baresi), 14-Antonio Di Gennaro, 16-Bruno Conti, 
    19-Giuseppe Galderisi (88' 17-Gianluca Vialli), 18-Alessandro Altobelli. Coach: Enzo Bearzot
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Yeon-Kyo Oh (GK)                    [Yukong Elephants]              [11/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [46/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [86/2]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [28/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [83/10]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [80/29]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [27/6]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [13/3]
    >HT. 3. Jong-Soo Chung              [Yukong Elephants]              [23/2]
11. Bum-Geun Cha                        [Bayer Leverkusen FRG]          [127/55]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [Yukong Elephants]              [49/25]
19. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Yukong Elephants]              [42/5]
    >70' 7. Jong-Boo Kim                [Korea University]              [11/3]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 17' Joo-Sung Kim, 35' Kyung-Hoon Park, 65' Scirea, 70' Vierchowod
Referee: David Socha (USA)
Note: 26' Altobelli missed a penalty.

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
20.09.1986, 16.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 12.899
SOUTH KOREA - INDIA 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 9' Soo-Jin Noh, 2-0 32' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 83' Chang-Seon Park PK
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [22/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [47/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [87/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [18/2]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [81/29]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [84/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [28/7]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [14/3]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [50/26]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [7/1]
    >62' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [43/5]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [6/1]
    >34' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [54/18]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
INDIA:
    1-Atanu Bhattacharya (GK), 2-Aloke Mukherjee, 3-Tarun Dey, 4-Sudip Chatterjee [c], 16-Krishnendu Roy, 
    7-Bikash Panji, 18-Mauricio Alfonso, 15-Vattaparambath Sathyan, 8-Krishanu Dey, 11-Camilo Goncalves, 
    14-Babu Mani. Coach: Pradip Kumar Banerjee
Referee: Manoucher Nazari (Iran)

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
24.09.1986, 16.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 10.321
SOUTH KOREA - BAHRAIN 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [23/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [48/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [88/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [19/2]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [82/29]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [85/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [29/7]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [15/3]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [51/26]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [8/1]
    >60' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [44/5]
20. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [7/1]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
BAHRAIN:
     22-Mohamed Saleh Ali Bubeshait (GK), 18-Saif Bakeet Abul Karim, 4-Helal Faraj Juma, 5-Ali Daif Adnan,
     12-Marjan Eid, 8-Abdulrahman Hisham Abdullah, 13-Bushagor Ali Yousif, 16-Rashid Hassan Abdul Rahman, 
     15-Eid Khamis, 17-Abdul Latif Jaffer Hussain, 14-Yousif Ali Hassan. Coach: Robby Stepney (England)
Cautions: 53' Juma
Referee: Salah Mohammed Karim (Iraq)

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, 1ST ROUND GROUP B
28.09.1986, 16.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 15.529
SOUTH KOREA - CHINA 4-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 1-0 19' Chang-Seon Park PK, 1-1 25' Hui Li PK, 2-1 47' Joo-Sung Kim, 3-1 74' Tae-Ho Lee, 
    4-1 76' Min-Gook Cho, 4-2 79' Hui Li PK
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [24/0]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [83/29]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [20/3]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [89/2]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [49/0]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [7/0]
    >77' 5. Yong-Hwan Chung             [Daewoo Royals]                 [29/1]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [30/8]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [86/10]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [16/4]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [52/26]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [45/5]
    >HT. 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [55/19]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
CHINA:
    1-Jiangping Xu (GK), 2-Bo Zhu, 17-Yijun Guo, 5-Xiuquan Jia, 4-Hongxiang Lu, 8-Yaodong Tang, 20-Chao Mai 
    (77' 11-Zhongchang Liu), 16-Hui Li, 18-Ju Duan, 10-Lin Ma, 9-Haiguang Liu. Coach: Weisi Nian
Referee: Manoucher Nazari (Iran)

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, QUARTER FINALS
01.10.1986, 17.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 16.574
SOUTH KOREA - IRAN 1-1 (1-0,1-1) a.e.t. 5-4 on penalties
Scorers: 1-0 34' Chang-Seon Park PK, 1-1 84' Karim Bavi
Penalties: 0-1 Ghayeghran, 1-1 Chang-Seon Park, 1-2 Changiz, 2-2 Joo-Sung Kim, 2-3 Namjou-Motlagh, 
    3-3 Soon-Ho Choi, 3-3 Nasser Mohammadkhani (saved), 4-3 Young-Jeung Cho, 4-4 Hajiloo, 5-4 Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [25/0]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [22/0]
17. Jung-Moo Huh                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [84/29]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [90/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [21/3]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [87/10]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [31/9]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [8/0]
    >81' 3. Jong-Soo Chung              [Yukong Elephants]              [24/2]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [46/5]
    >36' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [56/19]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [53/26]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [17/4]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
IRAN:
    1-Ahmad Sajjadi (GK), 3-Shahin Bayani (118' 2-Asghar Hajiloo), 5-Mohammad Panjali, 24-Siamak Rahimpour, 
    19-Hossein Masgar Saravi, 6-Shahrokh Bayani (73' 16-Murtaza Yekke), 7-Majeed Namjou-Motlagh, 
    25-Sirous Ghayeghran, 8-Nasser Mohammadkhani, 15-Abdolahi Changiz, 10-Karim Bavi [c]. Coach: Parviz Dehdari
Cautions: 41' Jung-Moo Huh, 68' Bavi
Expulsions: 48' Jung-Moo Huh
Referee: Ahmed Jassim Mohamed (Bahrain)

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, SEMI FINAL
03.10.1986, 19.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 70.000
SOUTH KOREA - INDONESIA 4-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 28' Gwang-Rae Cho, 2-0 51' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 67' Tae-Ho Lee, 4-0 74' Soon-Ho Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [26/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [50/0]
    >43' 3. Jong-Soo Chung              [Yukong Elephants]              [25/2]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [23/0]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [22/3]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [91/2]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [88/11]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [32/9]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [9/0]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [9/1]
    >HT. 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [57/20]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [54/28]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [18/4]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
INDONESIA:
    20-Ponirin Neka (GK), 2-Jaya Hartono (53' 6-Marzuki Nyakmad), 3-Sutrisno (32' 17-Surmadi), 4-Yonas Sawor, 
    5-Patar Tambunan, 8-Zulkarnain Lubis, 9-Richy Yacob, 11-Adolf Kabo, 12-Berty Tutuarima, 18-Robby Maruanaya, 
    19-Robby Darwis. Coach: Berce Matulatelwa
Referee: Salah Mohammed Karim (Iraq)

X. ASIAN GAMES SEOUL 1986, FINAL
05.10.1986, 16.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 80.000
SOUTH KOREA - SAUDI ARABIA 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Gwang-Rae Cho, 2-0 84' Byung-Joo Byun
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [Hallelujah FC]                 [27/0]
 8. Young-Jeung Cho                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [92/2]
14. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [23/3]
 7. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Korea University]              [12/3]
12. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [24/0]
10. Chang-Seon Park [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [33/9]
18. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [10/0]
    >HT. 13. Soo-Jin Noh                [Yukong Elephants]              [10/1]
 4. Gwang-Rae Cho                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [89/12]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [47/6]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Chosun University]             [19/4]
 9. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [55/28]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
SAUDI ARABIA:
    1-Salem Marwan (GK), 2-Abdulrahman Al-Tekhaifi, 3-Hussain Al-Bishi, 4-Abdulrahman Al-Roomi, 14-Saad Al-Dossary
    (21' 20-Abdullah Masod), 5-Saleh Al-Nuayamah, 10-Fahad Al-Mosaibeth, 15-Youssif Al-Thuniyan, 12-Ismail Hakami, 
    8-Mohammed Al-Shehrani, 11-Muhaisen Al-Dossary. Coach: Carlos Castilho (Brazil)
Referee: Ahmed Jassim Mohamed (Bahrain)

1987

XVI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1987, 1ST ROUND GROUP A (MATCH SUSPENDED)
10.06.1987, 18.30, Masan, Sports Complex Athletics Stadium, 23.000
SOUTH KOREA - EGYPT 0-0
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
19. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]
 4. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
14. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [Daewoo Royals]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Nadasen Chandra (Singapore)
Note: There was a political demonstration in Masan (called '6.10 Demonstration' in Korea). People demonstrated in 
    front of the stadium and policemen used a tear bomb. So the match couldn't be continued any more and Chandra, 
    the Singaporian refree stopped the match at 29th minutes. This match was admitted as 0-0 draw to decide 
    qualifying teams for the second round but wasn't counted. 

XVI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1987, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
12.06.1987, 19.40, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 23.000
SOUTH KOREA - U.S.A. 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 31' Sang-Gook Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [28/0]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [25/0]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [3/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [30/1]
 6. Ki-Young Nam                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [1/0]
    > 13. Soo-Jin Noh                   [Yukong Elephants]              [11/1]
 4. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [11/0]
14. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [Daewoo Royals]                 [1/0]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [3/5]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [20/4]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [38/16]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [8/1]
    > 14. Soon-Ho Choi                  [POSCO Atoms]                   [56/28]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
U.S.A.:
    1-David Vanole (GK), 7-Tom Kain, 2-Jimmy Banks, 4-John Doyle, 5-Michael Windischmann, 16-Joseph Kirk 
    (HT. 15-Christopher Sullivan), 13-Sadri Gjonbalaj, 8-Bruce Murray, 9-Ted Hantak, 10-John Harkes, 
    11-Eric Eichmann. Coach: Bob Gansler
Referee: Masahiro Sogawa (Japan)

XVI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1987, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
14.06.1987, 17.10, Daejun, Civil Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - THAILAND 4-2 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 14' Soo-Jin Noh, 2-0 18' Joo-Sung Kim, 3-0 61' Hae-Won Chung, 3-1 63' Thanis, 4-1 79' Sam-Soo Kim PK, 
    4-2 88' Wirapong
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [29/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [51/0]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [26/0]
14. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [Daewoo Royals]                 [2/0]
19. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
    >HT. 5. Yong-Hwan Chung             [Daewoo Royals]                 [31/1]
 4. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [12/1]
13. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [12/2]
17. Jin-Han Choi                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [10/0]
    >HT. 14. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO Atoms]                   [57/28]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [21/5]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [39/17]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [9/1]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
THAILAND:
    1-Sompong Nantapraparsil (GK), 12-Thaweerak Sittipultong, 6-Sutin Chaikitti, 5-Narong Arjarayult 
    (3-Numcok Chaijaleon), 7-Natee Tongsukkao, 19-Werapong Pengree, 13-Pichai Kongsri, 17-Chalermvud Sangnapol, 
    10-Vorawan Chitavanich, 11-Prateep Pankhaw, 8-Pichitpol Uthaikul (6-Thanis Areesngarkul). 
    Coach: Juta Tsing Sa Pat
Expulsions: 44' Yong-Se Kim
Referee: Nadasen Chandra (Singapore)

XVI. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1987, FINAL
21.06.1987, 16.00, Olympic Stadium, Seoul, 50.000
SOUTH KOREA - AUSTRALIA 1-1 (0-0,1-1) a.e.t. 5-4 on penalties
Scorers: 1-0 72' Pan-Geun Kim, 1-1 83' Arnold
Penalties: 0-1 Crino, 1-1 Hae-Won Chung, 1-2 Yankos, 1-2 Soon-Ho Choi (saved), 1-3 Davidson, 2-3 Pan-Geun Kim, 
    2-3 Farina (saved), 3-3 Sam-Soo Kim, 3-4 Dunn, 4-4 Joo-Sung Kim, 4-4 Raskopoulos (saved), 5-4 Bum-Kyu Yeo
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [30/0]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]                [27/0]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/1]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [32/1]
19. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
 4. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [13/1]
14. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [Daewoo Royals]                 [3/0]
17. Jin-Han Choi                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [11/0]
    >HT. 8. Hae-Won Chung               [Daewoo Royals]                 [40/17]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [4/5]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [22/5]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [10/1]
    >HT. 14. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO Atoms]                   [58/28]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
AUSTRALIA:
    1-Jeff Olver (GK), 2-Wally Savor, 3-Graham Jennings, 4-Charlie Yankos, 5-Robert Dunn, 15-Alan Davidson, 
    7-Frank Farina, 8-Paul Wade [c] (10-Peter Raskopoulos), 9-Graham Arnold, 14-Oscar Crino, 11-Chris Kalantzis 
    (13-Andrew Zinni). Coach: Frank Arok
Referee: Nadasen Chandra (Singapore)
Note: It was the first victory for South Korea over Australia in the history.

XXXI. MERDEKA CUP 1987, SEMI FINAL
17.12.1987, 19.30, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium
MALAYSIA - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 80' Sang-Gook Choi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [31/0]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [5/1]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [33/1]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [52/0]
17. Ki-Young Nam                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [2/0]
 6. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [13/2]
    >75' 14. Bum-Kyu Yeo                [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/0]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [14/1]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [48/6]
    >75' 7. Sang-Gook Choi              [POSCO Atoms]                   [5/6]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [23/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [58/20]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [59/28]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Expulsions: 85' Sam-Soo Kim
Referee: Farid Abdulrahman Zainal (UAE)

XXXI. MERDEKA CUP 1987, FINAL (UNOFFICIAL)
19.12.1987, 19.30, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium, 12.000
CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SOUTH KOREA 3-2 (2-1)
Scorers: 1-0 23' Bilek, 2-0 24' Danek, 2-1 29' Soo-Jin Noh, 3-1 63' Ekhardt, 3-2 65' Joo-Sung Kim
CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
    1-Jan Stejskal (GK), Julius Bielik, Vladimir Kinier, Jan Kocian, Peter Fieber, 8-Rudolf Pavlik 
    (81' Viliam Hyravy), Vladimir Ekhardt (70' Miroslav Janu), Michal Bilek, 11-Lubomir Moravcik, 7-Miroslav Siva,
    9-Vaclav Danek. Coach: Milos Kvacek
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
17. Ki-Young Nam                        [POSCO Atoms]
13. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]
    >52' 5. Yong-Hwan Chung             [Daewoo Royals]
 3. Pyung-Seok Kim                      [Hyundai Tigers]
14. Bum-Kyo Yeo                         [Daewoo Royals]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    >65' 9. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]
 6. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Stephen Ovinis (Malaysia)
Note: FIFA didn't count this match as a full international because Czechoslovakia fielded Olympic side.

1988

III. AFRO-ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
06.01.1988, 17.00, Doha, Khalifa Stadium, 15.000
SOUTH KOREA - EGYPT 1-1 (0-0,1-1) a.e.t. 4-3 on penalties
Scorers: 1-0 65' Tae-Ho Lee, 1-1 86' Younis
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [32/0]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [6/1]
    >57' 9. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [59/21]
13. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
23. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [1/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [53/0]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [15/1]
 6. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [14/2]
 7. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [6/6]
    >65' 17. Ki-Young Nam               [POSCO Atoms]                   [3/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [41/17]
10. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [60/28]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [49/6]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
EGYPT:
    12-Ahmed Shobeir (GK), 4-Mohammed Omar, 5-Hamada Sedki, 3-Mohammed Saad, 2-Ali Shehata, 8-Alaa Mayhoub, 
    7-Ismail Youssef, 6-Ayman Younis, 10-Abdel Hamid Gamal (Ahmed El-Kass), 11-Emad Soliman, 9-Mohammed Ramadan. 
    Coach: Mahmoud El-Gohary
Referee: Jassim Mandi Abdul-Rahman (Bahrain)

XVII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1988, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
19.06.1988, 17.50, Suwon, Sports Complex Athletics Stadium, 40.000
SOUTH KOREA - ZAMBIA 4-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 3' Byung-Joo Byun, 2-0 53' Soon-Ho Choi, 3-0 77' Hae-Won Chung, 4-0 86' Hae-Wong Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
20. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [1/0]
12. Pan-Geun Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [7/1]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [2/0]
18. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [24/3]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [15/2]
    >HT. 9. Yong-Se Kim                 [Yukong Elephants]              [11/1]
15. Sam-Soo Kim                         [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [16/1]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [5/0]
10. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [7/6]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [50/7]
    > 8. Hae-Won Chung                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [42/19]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [61/29]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
ZAMBIA:
    1-David Chabala (GK), 2-Peter Mwanza, 3-Edmon Mumba, 15-Ashois Melu, 14-Manfred Chabinga, 6-Derby Makinka, 
    17-Pearson Mwanza (5-Mordon Malitoli), 7-Linos Makwaza, 10-Webster Chikabala, 18-Wisdom Mumbe Chansa, 
    11-Eston Mulenga (9-Beston Chambeshi). Coach: Samuel Ndhlovu
Referee: Chi Shing Au (Hong Kong)

XVII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1988, SEMI FINAL
26.06.1988, 18.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 40.000
CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SOUTH KOREA 0-0 (0-0,0-0) a.e.t. 4-3 on penalties
Scorers: -
Penalties: 1-0 Luhovy, 1-1 Bum-Kyu Yeo, 2-1 Korechik, 2-2 Sam-Soo Kim, 3-2 Grussmann, 3-3 Byung-Joo Byun, 
    4-3 Fitzel, 4-3 Sang-Bum Goo (cross-bar), 4-3 Pavlik (saved), 4-3 Hae-Won Chung (missed)
CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
    1-Ludek Miklosko (GK), 16-Jan Kapko (70' 8-Alois Grussmann), 2-Vladimir Kinier, 3-Miroslav Kadlec, 
    5-Lubomir Vlk, 9-Pavel Korejcik, 6-Rudolf Pavlik, 4-Dusan Fitzel, 7-Viliam Hyravy, 14-Milan Luhovy [c] 
    (109' 13-Lubomir Moravcik), 12-Guenther Bittengel. Coach: Jozef Venglos
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [33/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [54/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [3/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [25/3]
18. Yoon-Gyeom Choi                     [Yukong Elephants]              [5/0]
13. Ki-Young Nam                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [4/0]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [6/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [43/19]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [51/7]
10. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [8/6]
    > 16. Joo-Sung Kim                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [24/5]
    > 15. Sam-Soo Kim                   [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [17/1]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [62/29]
    [Coach: Jong-Hwan Park]
Referee: Chi Shing Au (Hong Kong)
Note: This match might not be a full international because Czechoslovakia were Olympic side, but official for 
    South Korea.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (UNOFFICIAL)
09.09.1988, 15.30, Seoul, National Trainning Center Athletics Field
SOUTH KOREA - IRAQ 2-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 50' Ahmad Radhi, 1-1 82' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-1 87' Joo-Sung Kim 
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
10. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]
    > 7. Soo-Jin Noh                    [Yukong Elephants]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    > 8. Hae-Won Chung                  [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Note: It was an exhibition match without spectator.

XXIV. OLYMPIAD SEOUL 1988 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP C (UNOFFICIAL)
18.09.1988, 17.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - SOVIET UNION 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]
    >62' 18. Yoon-Gyeom Choi            [Yukong Elephants]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]
    >24' 10. Sang-Gook Choi             [POSCO Atoms]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
SOVIET UNION:
    1-Dmitry Kharin (GK), 18-Sergei Gorlukovich, 17-Viktor Losev [c], 2-Gela Ketashvili, 4-Aleksey Cherednik, 
    8-Igor Ponomarev, 15-Aleksey Mikhailichenko, 10-Igor Dobrovolsky, 20-Arminas Narbekovas, 9-Aleksandr Borodyuk 
    (HT. 11-Vladimir Lyuty), 19-Yury Savichev (58' 14-Aleksandr Tatarchuk). Coach: Anatoly Byshovets
Cautions: 57' Kyung-Hoon Park
Referee: Tulio Lanese (Italy)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIV. OLYMPIAD SEOUL 1988 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP C (UNOFFICIAL)
20.09.1988, 17.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 22.000
SOUTH KOREA - U.S.A. 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]
    >25' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]
    >74' 9. Yong-Se Kim                 [Yukong Elephants]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
10. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
U.S.A.:
    1-David Vanole (GK), 20-Paul Caligiuri, 12-Paul Krumpe, 4-Kevin Crow, 19-Brian Bliss, 8-Ricky Davis [c], 
    15-Tab Ramos (HT. 3-John Doyle), 13-John Harkes (76' 14-John Stollmeyer), 17-Desmond Armstrong, 9-Brent Goulet,
    6-Frankie Klopas. Coach: Lothar Osiander
Cautions: 58' Joo-Sung Kim
Referee: Baba Laouissi (Morocco)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XXIV. OLYMPIAD SEOUL 1988 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP C (UNOFFICIAL)
22.09.1988, 17.00, Busan, Gooduk Stadium, 30.000
SOUTH KOREA - ARGENTINA 1-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 0-1 3' Alfaro Moreno, 1-1 14' Soo-Jin Noh, 1-2 73' Fabbri
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]
    >81' 9. Yong-Se Kim                 [Yukong Elephants]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]
    >70' 19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                [POSCO Atoms]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]
10. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
ARGENTINA:
    1-Luis Islas (GK) [c], 15-Pedro Monzon, 11-Nestor Lorenzo (74' 6-Claudio Cabrera), 8-Hernan Diaz, 16-Hugo Perez
    (60' 18-Alejandro Russo), 13-Mario Lucca, 19-Dario Siviski, 9-Nestor Fabbri, 4-Luis Alejandro Alfaro Moreno,
    7-Jorge Comas, 3-Mauro Aires. Coach: Carlos Pachame
Cautions: 48' Sang-Bum Goo
Referee: Christopher Bambridge (Australia)
Note: FIFA didn't count this Olympic match as a full international.

XIII. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
26.10.1988, 19.00, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 10.000
JAPAN - SOUTH KOREA 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 43' Soon-Ho Choi
JAPAN:
    1-Shigetetsu Matsunaga (GK), 4-Toru Sano, 7-Masami Ihara, 6-Takumi Horiike, 10-Masanao Sasaki, 15-Hiromi Hara, 
    12-Atsushi Natori, Satoru Mochizuki, 8-Takashi Mizunuma, 11-Katsuhiro Kusaki (64' Tomoyasu Asaoka), 
    17-Osamu Maeda. Coach: Kenzo Yokoyama
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [34/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [26/3]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [55/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [34/1]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [7/0]
    >61' 3. Gang-Hee Choi               [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [4/0]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [16/2]
    >66' 8. Hae-Won Chung               [Daewoo Royals]                 [44/19]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [25/5]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [63/30]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [60/21]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [52/7]
    [Coach: Jung-Nam Kim]
Cautions: 70' Kyung-Hoon Park
Referee: Maidin Bin Singah (Singapore)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
03.12.1988, 15.00, Doha, Al-Ahly Stadium, 3.000
SOUTH KOREA - U.A.E. 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 8' Tae-Ho Lee PK
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [35/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [56/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [35/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [27/3]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [5/0]
    > 18. Tae-Shik Kang                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [2/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [45/19]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [17/2]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [53/7]
    >57' 10. Hyun-Ki Ham                [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/0]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [26/5]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [61/22]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
U.A.E.:
    17-Muhsin Musabbah Faraj (GK), 4-Mubarak Ghanim Mubarak, 2-Khaleel Ghanim Mubarak, 15-Ibrahim Meer Abdulrahman,
    20-Mohammed Obaid, 5-Abdullah Ali Sultan, 6-Abdulrahman Abdullah, 13-Hassan Mohammed, 12-Hussain Ghulom Abbas, 
    7-Fahad Khamees Mubarak, 11-Adnan Al-Talyani. Coach: Mario Zagallo (Brazil)
Cautions: Soo-Jin Noh, Byung-Deuk Cho, Tae-Shik Kang, Min-Gook Cho
Referee: George Courtney (England)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
06.12.1988, 15.00, Doha, Qatar SC Stadium, 1.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 2-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 13' Seon-Hong Hwang, 2-0 35' Joo-Sung Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [36/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [57/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [36/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [28/3]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [6/0]
    > 19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                   [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [46/19]
    >HT. 12. Bong-Gil Kim               [Yonsei University]             [1/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [54/7]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [27/6]
10. Hyun-Ki Ham                         [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/0]
14. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [1/1]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Referee: Salah Mohammed Karim (Iraq)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
09.12.1988, 17.00, Doha, Qatar SC Stadium, 15.000
QATAR - SOUTH KOREA 2-3 (0-2)
Scorers: 0-1 10' Hae-Won Chung, 0-2 34' Joo-Sung Kim, 1-2 47' Al-Muhannadi PK, 1-3 72' Hae-Won Chung, 
    2-3 80' Al-Muhannadi PK
QATAR:
    1-Younes Ahmad Baker (GK), 4-Yousuf Al-Adsani, 2-Mohd Deham Al-Sowaidi, 6-Sabaa'n Sallam Mubarak, 
    5-Adel Ahmad Malalla, 18-Yousuf Demal Khalaf, 8-Mohd Khalifa Al-Ammari, 19-Issa Al-Mohammadi, 
    7-Adel Khamis Mubarak, 16-Khalid Al-Muhannadi, 12-Mahmoud Yaseen Soufi. Coach: Cardoz Procopio (Brazil)
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [37/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [58/0]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [37/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [29/3]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [7/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [47/21]
    > 7. Soo-Jin Noh                    [Yukong Elephants]              [18/2]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [55/7]
    > 14. Seon-Hong Hwang               [Keonkook University]           [2/1]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [28/7]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [62/22]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Cautions: Hae-Won Chung, Yong-Hwan Chung, Byung-Deouk Cho
Expulsions: 55' Sabaa'n Mubarak
Referee: George Courtney (England)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, 1ST ROUND GROUP A
11.12.1988, 17.00, Doha, Al-Ahly Stadium, 5.000
SOUTH KOREA - IRAN 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 26' Byung-Joo Byun, 2-0 42' Seon-Hong Hwang, 3-0 57' Byung-Joo Byun
SOUTH KOREA:
20. Bong-Soo Kim (GK)                   [Korea University]              [1/0]
18. Tae-Shik Kang                       [POSCO Atoms]                   [3/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [5/0]
15. Hyung-Seon Son                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [1/0]
    >19' 17. Sang-Bum Goo               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [8/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [38/1]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [9/0]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/0]
12. Bong-Gil Kim                        [Yonsei University]             [2/0]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [56/9]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
    > 6. Tae-Ho Lee                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [63/22]
14. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [3/2]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
IRAN:
    22-Ahmed Sadjadi (GK) (65' 1-Ahmad Abedzadeh (GK)), 4-Nader Mohammadkhani, 5-Murtaza Fonnonizadeh 
    (64' 18-Siamak Rahimpour), 21-Zia Arabshahi, 2-Javad Zarincheh, 8-Sirous Ghayegran, 20-Seyed Ali Eftekhari, 
    17-Mohamed Taqavi, 11-Murtaza Kermani-Muqaddam, 9-Samad Marfavi, 10-Karim Bavi [c]. Coach: Parviz Dehdari
Cautions: Gang-Hee Choi
Referee: Neji Jouini (Tunisia)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, SEMI FINAL
14.12.1988, 16.00, Doha, Qatar SC Stadium, 3.000
SOUTH KOREA - CHINA 2-1 (0-0,0-0) a.e.t.
Scorers: 1-0 93' Tae-Ho Lee, 1-1 100' Chao Mai, 2-1 103' Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [38/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [59/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [6/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [9/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [39/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [30/3]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [4/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [48/21]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [57/9]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [29/7]
    >100' 10. Hyun-Ki Ham               [Hyundai Tigers]                [4/0]
14. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [4/2]
    >75' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [64/24]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
CHINA:
    20-Huikang Zhang (GK), 2-Bo Zhu, 3-Sheng Gao, 19-Liqiang Dong, 15-Xiaowen Zhang, 8-Yaodong Tang 
    (108' 11-Wenbing Wu), 7-Yuxin Xie, 17-Chao Mai [c], 12-Baoshan Wang, 10-Lin Ma, 18-Ju Duan. Coach: Fengwen Gao
Cautions: 33' Liqiang Dong, 35' Chao Mai, 106' Lin Ma, 108' Gang-Hee Choi
Expulsions: 108' Chao Mai
Referee: Vincent Mauro (USA)

IX. ASIAN CUP QATAR 1988, FINAL PHASE, FINAL
18.12.1988, 16.00, Doha, Al-Ahly Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - SAUDI ARABIA 0-0 (0-0,0-0) a.e.t. 3-4 on penalties
Scorers: -
Penalties: 0-0 Min-Gook Cho (saved), 0-1 Al-Nuayama, 1-1 Tae-Ho Lee, 1-1 Al-Jawad (saved), 2-1 Byung-Joo Byun, 
    2-2 Majed Abdullah, 3-2 Joo-Sung Kim, 3-3 Al-Saleh, 3-3 Yoon-Hwan Cho (saved), 3-4 Al-Bishi
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [39/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [60/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [7/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [10/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [40/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [31/3]
19. Bum-Kyu Yeo                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [10/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [49/21]
10. Hyun-Ki Ham                         [Hyundai Tigers]                [5/0]
    >49' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [58/9]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [30/7]
14. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [5/2]
    >58' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [65/24]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
SAUDI ARABIA:
    1-Abdullah Al-Deayea (GK), 2-Abdullah Saleh Al-Dossary, 4-Ahmed Jameel Madani, 5-Saleh Al-Neayamah, 
    13-Mohammed Al-Jawad, 8-Fahad Al-Bishi, 6-Saleh Mubarak Al-Saleh, 10-Fahad Al-Mosaibeth, 15-Youssif Al-Thuniyan
    (105' 7-Youssif Al-Dossary), 9-Majed Abdullah Mohamed, 17-Saad Al-Dossary (72' 11-Muhaisen Al-Dossary). 
    Coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira (Brazil)
Cautions: 33' Al-Jawad, 50' Joo-Sung Kim, 71' Sang-Bum Goo, 109' Bum-Kyu Yeo
Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

1989

XIV. KOREA-JAPAN ANNUAL MATCH
05.05.1989, 15.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 20.000
SOUTH KOREA - JAPAN 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 63' Tae-Ho Lee
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [2/0]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [5/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [32/3]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [41/1]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
    >67' 13. Yoon-Hwan Cho              [Yukong Elephants]              [8/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [11/0]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [19/2]
    >52' 11. Sang-Gook Choi             [POSCO Atoms]                   [9/6]
19. Bong-Sub Sim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [1/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [50/21]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Ilhwa Chunma]                  [12/1]
    >60' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [66/25]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [64/30]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
JAPAN:
    1-Shigetetsu Matsunaga (GK) [c], 6-Takumi Horiike, 5-Tetsuji Hashiratani, 7-Masami Ihara, Tomoyuki Kajino, 
    Kenta Hasegawa, Katsumi Oenoki, Satoshi Mochizuki (65' Tomoyatsu Asaoka), 10-Masanao Sasaki, 9-Masaaki Mori, 
    17-Osamu Maeda (77' Hisashi Kurosaki). Coach: Kenzo Yokoyama
Referee: Subramaniam Nathan (Malaysia)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
23.05.1989, 19.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 9.974
SOUTH KOREA - SINGAPORE 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Seon-Hong Hwang, 2-0 20' Seon-Hong Hwang, 3-0 89' Hae-Won Chung
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [40/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [42/1]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [12/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [33/3]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [6/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [51/22]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
22. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [1/0]
20. Jung-Woon Ko                        [Ilhwa Chunma]                  [1/0]
    >56' 19. Bong-Sub Sim               [Daewoo Royals]                 [2/0]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [65/30]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [6/4]
    >61' 6. Tae-Ho Lee                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [67/25]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
SINGAPORE:
    1-David Li (GK), 5-Ishak Saad, 16-Bohran Abdullah, 15-Thambiayah Pathmanathan, 4-Said Salim Farouk 
    (62' 3-Lim Teong Hai), 14-A.R.J. Mani, 18-Hazali Nasiron (81' 11-Jamaluddin Hassan), 7-D. Tokijan, 9-Pak Kuan,
    8-Hashim Haron, 10-Abdullah Nour. Coach: Jitta Singh
Cautions: 14' Mani
Referee: Antonio Reinaldo Lourenco (Macao)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
25.05.1989, 19.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 8.360
SOUTH KOREA - NEPAL 9-0 (5-0)
Scorers: 1-0 1' Yong-Hwan Chung, 2-0 16' Tae-Ho Lee PK, 3-0 24' Sang-Gook Choi, 4-0 29' Yong-Se Kim, 
    5-0 38' Young-Jin Lee I, 6-0 46' Soo-Jin Noh, 7-0 48' Sang-Gook Choi, 8-0 83' Yong-Se Kim, 9-0 87' Min-Gook Cho
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [3/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [43/2]
    >HT. 4. Min-Gook Cho                [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [34/4]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [61/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [9/0]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/0]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [20/3]
12. Hak-Jong Lee                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [1/0]
22. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [2/1]
    >69' 19. Bong-Sub Sim               [Daewoo Royals]                 [3/0]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [10/8]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [68/26]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [13/3]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
NEPAL:
    1-Azar Adhikari (GK), 2-Vigdan Raj Sharma, 14-Birat Shah, 4-Direndra Pradhan, 3-Shuriram Ranjitkar, 
    6-Razu Shakya, 12-Razish Maskey (70' 13-Razu Tuladhar), 15-Bahuduru Malla, 7-Umish Pradhan, 8-Y.B. Ghale 
    (HT. 9-Anil Rupakethi), 11-Ganesh Thapa. Coach: Reinhardt Fabisch (West Germany)
Cautions: 51' Shah, 57' Malla, 77' Pradhan, 82' Sharma
Referee: Samuel Yam Ming Chan (Hong Kong)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
27.05.1989, 18.00, Seoul, Dongdaemoon Stadium, 20.217
SOUTH KOREA - MALAYSIA 3-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 5' Soon-Ho Choi, 2-0 56' Seon-Hong Hwang, 3-0 79' Seon-Hong Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [41/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [44/2]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [13/0]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [10/0]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [52/22]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
    >HT. 19. Bong-Sub Sim               [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/0]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [11/8]
    >67' 10. Yong-Se Kim                [Yukong Elephants]              [14/3]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [35/4]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [66/31]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [7/6]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
MALAYSIA:
    1-Mohammed Mahmoud Amzi (GK), 4-Chow Siew Yai, 2-Li King Hong, 15-Salim Mahmoud Muhaidin, 19-Mohammad Naina 
    (HT. 17-Zainal Hassan), 14-Ravi Chandran, 12-Aziz Abu Anifa, 7-Ahmad Yousuf [c], 8-Lim Teong Kim, 
    9-Dollah Salleh, 16-Razip Ravichandran (81' 6-Si Kim Seng). Coach: Trevor Hateley (England)
Cautions: 7' Ravichandran
Referee: Toshikazu Sano (Japan)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
03.06.1989, 19.30, Singapore, National Stadium, 11.967
NEPAL - SOUTH KOREA 0-4 (0-3)
Scorers: 0-1 31' Hak-Jong Lee, 0-2 41' Kyung-Hoon Park, 0-3 43' Yong-Se Kim, 0-4 84' Tae-Ho Lee
NEPAL:
    1-Azar Adhikari (GK), 2-Vigdan Rahsharma, 3-Shuriram Ranzitkar, 4-Drirendra Kuma Pradhan (65' 9-Anil Rufaketi),
    5-Kedar Rajesh Manandhar, 14-Birat Shah, 6-Razu Sukhya, 10-Shah Mani Bickram, 12-Maskey Rajesh Raj  
    (78' 16-Ganish Fandai), 7-Umish Fradhan, 11-Ganish Tafa. Coach: Reinhardt Fabisch (West Germany)
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [4/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [62/1]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [14/0]
    >17' 4. Min-Gook Cho                [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [36/4]
13. Yoon-Hwan Cho                       [Yukong Elephants]              [11/0]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/0]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [21/3]
12. Hak-Jong Lee                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [2/1]
22. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [3/1]
11. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [12/8]
    >73' 9. Gwan Hwangbo                [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [69/27]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [15/4]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Cautions: 61' Yoon-Hwan Cho
Referee: Abayawansa Mahasena Yapa (Sri Lanka)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
05.06.1989, 17.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 7.425
MALAYSIA - SOUTH KOREA 0-3 (0-0)
Scorers: 0-1 66' Seon-Hong Hwang, 0-2 83' Min-Gook Cho FK, 0-3 87' Gwan Hwangbo
MALAYSIA:
    1-Mohammed Mahmoud Amzi (GK), 6-Si Kim Seng, 2-Li Kin Hong, 15-Salim Mahmoud Muhaidin, Sergebeth Singh, 
    14-Ravi Chandran, 12-Aziz Abu Anifa, 7-Ahmad Yousuf [c], 8-Lim Teong Kim, 9-Dollah Salleh, 16-Razip Ravindran.
    Coach: Trevor Hateley (England)
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Byung-Deuk Cho (GK)                 [POSCO Atoms]                   [42/0]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [63/1]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [37/5]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [15/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [45/2]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [5/1]
    >73' 8. Hae-Won Chung               [Daewoo Royals]                 [53/22]
22. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [4/1]
    >66' 20. Jung-Woon Ko               [Ilhwa Chunma]                  [2/0]
19. Bong-Sub Sim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [5/0]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [67/31]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [8/7]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Referee: Mattar Mohamed Al-Malood (Bahrain)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, 1ST ROUND GROUP D
07.06.1989, 17.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 7.000
SINGAPORE - SOUTH KOREA 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 8' Yong-Se Kim, 0-2 61' Soo-Jin Noh, 0-3 69' Soo-Jin Noh
SINGAPORE:
    1-David Li (GK), 2-Bin-Kassem Sudiat Dali, 5-Ishak Saad, 7-D. Tokijan, 8-Salim Moin, 12-Darimosuvito Devaraj, 
    10-Hashim Haron, 14-A.R.J. Mani, 15-Thambiayah Pathmanathan, 16-Bohran Abdullah, 18-Hazali Nasiron. 
    Coach: Jitta Singh
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim                       [Daewoo Royals]                 [5/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [64/1]
    >67' 3. Gang-Hee Choi               [Hyundai Tigers]                [9/0]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [4/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [16/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [38/5]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [22/5]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [6/1]
22. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [5/1]
12. Hak-Jong Lee                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [3/1]
    >54' 19. Bong-Sub Sim               [Daewoo Royals]                 [6/0]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [70/27]
10. Yong-Se Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [16/5]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Referee: Odeh Al-Rahal (Jordan)

XVIII. PRESIDENT'S CUP 1989, FINAL GROUP STAGE
26.06.1989, 19.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 10.000
SOUTH KOREA - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Bong-Soo Kim (GK)                   [Korea University]              [2/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [65/1]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [46/2]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [17/0]
15. Sung-Ki Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
14. Soon-Ho Choi [c]                    [POSCO Atoms]                   [68/31]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [10/0]
 4. Min-Gook Cho                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [39/5]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [7/1]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [9/7]
    >79' 6. Yang-Ha Park                [Daewoo Royals]                 [1/0]
11. Joo-Seok Song                       [Korea University]              [1/0]
    >HT. 10. Jong-Boo Kim               [Daewoo Royals]                 [13/3]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
    1-Ludek Miklosko (GK) [c], 5-Michal Hipp, 12-Alois Grussmann, 2-Milan Simunek, 11-Vladimir Weiss 
    (86' 14-Ivo Stas), 8-Jiri Nemec, 6-Lubomir Moravcik, 4-Peter Fieber, 9-Radek Drulak (81' 17-Stanislav Moravec),
    10-Pavel Cerny (62' 15-Milan Pavlik). Coach: Jozef Venglos
Referee: Shizuo Takada (Japan)
Note: Unofficial for Czechoslovakia but official for South Korea.

MARLBORO CUP, SEMI FINAL
10.08.1989, 20.00, Los Angeles, Memorial Coliseum. 30.000
MEXICO - SOUTH KOREA 4-2 (2-0)
Scorers: 1-0 12' Pelaez, 2-0 36' Pelaez, 3-0 46' Pelaez, 3-1 47' Gwan Hwangbo, 3-2 52' Gwan Hwangbo, 4-2 57' Pelaez
MEXICO:
    Hugo Pineda (GK), Efrain Herrera, Roberto Ruiz Esparza, Enrique Vaca, Ignacio Ruvulcaba, Humberto Roon, 
    Hector Becera (60' Luis Antonio Valdez), Omar Arellano (73' Antonio Alcantara), Victor Medina, Ricardo Pelaez 
    (85' Ricardo Chavez), Jorge Castaneda (60' Alvaro Torres). Coach: Mario Velarde
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Bong-Soo Kim (GK)                   [Korea University]              [3/0]
    >HT. 1. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)          [Daewoo Royals]                 [6/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [47/2]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [11/0]
    >HT. 22. Young-Jin Lee I            [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [6/1]
13. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [26/2]
    >HT. 17. Sang-Bum Goo               [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [18/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [66/1]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [5/0]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [8/3]
 6. Sang-Ho Kim                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [1/0]
    > 8. Hae-Won Chung                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [54/22]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [31/7]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [10/7]
10. Jong-Boo Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [14/3]
    >HT. 11. Sang-Gook Choi             [POSCO Atoms]                   [13/8]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
Referee: Majid Jay (USA)

MARLBORO CUP, THIRD PLACE MATCH
13.08.1989, 15.00, Los Angeles, Memorial Stadium, 23.191
U.S.A. - SOUTH KOREA 1-2 (0-2)
Scorers: 0-1 17' Banks OG, 0-2 21' Seon-Hong Hwang, 1-2 63' Harkes
U.S.A.:
    David Vanole (GK), James Bank (HT. Steven Trittschuh), Michael Windischmann, John Doyle, Brian Bliss 
    (80' Jim Garaba), Paul Caligiuri, Marcelo Balboa, John Stollmeyer, John Harkes, Eric Eichmann, Bruce Murray 
    (56' Steven Snow). Coach: Bob Gansler
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Bong-Soo Kim (GK)                   [Korea University]              [4/0]
13. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [27/2]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [67/1]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [6/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [48/2]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [9/3]
 8. Hae-Won Chung [c]                   [Daewoo Royals]                 [55/22]
    > 6. Sang-Ho Kim                    [POSCO Atoms]                   [2/0]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [32/7]
12. Young-Sang Lee                      [Hanyang University]            [1/0]
    > 20. Sung-Ki Kim                   [Yukong Elephants]              [2/0]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [11/8]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [69/31]
    > 10. Hyun-Ki Ham                   [Hyundai Tigers]                [6/0]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
16.09.1989, 15.00, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 70.000
SOUTH KOREA - EGYPT 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 0-1 7' H. Hassan
SOUTH KOREA:
 1. Dae-Soon Yoo (GK)                   [Yukong Elephants]              [1/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung                     [Daewoo Royals]                 [49/2]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [19/0]
    > 13. Jong-Soo Chung                [Yukong Elephants]              [28/2]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [12/0]
20. Sung-Ki Kim                         [Yukong Elephants]              [3/0]
    >30' 15. Duk-Yeo Yoon               [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
12. Young-Sang Lee                      [Hanyang University]            [2/0]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [10/3]
    > 11. Sang-Gook Choi                [POSCO Atoms]                   [14/8]
 6. Tae-Ho Lee                          [Daewoo Royals]                 [71/27]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [33/7]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [12/8]
 7. Soo-Jin Noh                         [Yukong Elephants]              [23/5]
    > 10. Hyun-Ki Ham                   [Hyundai Tigers]                [7/0]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
EGYPT:
    1-Ahmed Shobeir (GK) [c], 2-Ibrahim Hassan, 5-Hesham Yakan (19-Hamada Sedki), 3-Mohammed Yassein, 
    4-Saber Al-Eid, 6-Yasser Farouk, 7-Hesham Abdel Rasoul (16-Taher Abouzeid), 8-Badr Ragab, 9-Hossam Hassan 
    (14-Gamal Abdel Hamid), 10-Ahmed El-Kass, 11-Tarek Soliman (15-Ayman Shawki). Coach: Mahmoud El-Gohary
Referee: Keon-Ho Yoo (South Korea)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
13.10.1989, 18.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 34.000
SOUTH KOREA - QATAR 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: -
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [7/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [68/1]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [13/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [50/2]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [20/0]
 6. Sang-Ho Kim                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [3/0]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [11/3]
    >62' 8. Sang-Gook Choi              [POSCO Atoms]                   [15/8]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [34/7]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [13/8]
11. Byung-Joo Byun                      [Daewoo Royals]                 [59/9]
    >HT. 14. Soon-Ho Choi               [POSCO Atoms]                   [70/31]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
QATAR:
    1-Younis Ahmed Baker (GK), 2-Mohammed Deham Al-Sowaidi, 3-Ali Al-Sulaiti, 4-Yousuf Al-Adsani, 6-Jumah Saleh, 
    8-Mohammed Al-Ammari, 15-Mansour Muftah [c] (72' 17-Mohammed Mubarak), 10-Mubarak Salem Al-Khater, 11-Saleh Eid
    (HT. 16-Khalid Al-Muhannadi), 7-Adel Khamis Al-Noubi, 12-Mahmoud Yaseen Soufi. Coach: Dino Sani (Brazil)
Cautions: Mohammed Mubarak, Al-Sowaidi
Referee: Joel Quiniou (France)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
16.10.1989, 19.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 15.000
SOUTH KOREA - NORTH KOREA 1-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 18' Seon-Hong Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [8/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [69/1]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [14/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [51/2]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [9/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [21/0]
 6. Sang-Ho Kim                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [4/0]
    >71' 4. Young-Jin Lee I             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [7/1]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [12/3]
    >62' 11. Byung-Joo Byun             [Daewoo Royals]                 [60/9]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [35/7]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [71/31]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [14/9]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
NORTH KOREA:
    1-Chi-Won Kim (GK), 3-Yong-Man Jong, 2-Gwang-Min Kim, 17-Gwang-Chol Bang, 12-Man-Ho Jon, 9-Jong-Su Yun [c], 
    5-Yong-Bin Tak, 6-Pung-Il Kim (77' 11-Yong-Nam Kim), 7-Hyong-Il Han, 15-Kyong-Shik Ju, 8-Yong-Jin Ri 
    (59' 10-Hyok-Chon Ri). Coach: Du-Ik Pak
Referee: Jose Antonio Garza (Mexico)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
20.10.1989, 17.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 14.238
SOUTH KOREA - CHINA 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 1-0 66' Joo-Sung Kim
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [9/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [70/1]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [15/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [52/2]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [10/0]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [22/0]
 6. Sang-Ho Kim                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [5/0]
    >66' 4. Young-Jin Lee I             [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [8/1]
 8. Sang-Gook Choi                      [POSCO Atoms]                   [16/8]
    >56' 9. Gwan Hwangbo                [Yukong Elephants]              [13/3]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [36/8]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [72/31]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [15/9]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
CHINA:
    1-Yubin Fu (GK), 2-Bo Zhu, 3-Sheng Gao, 15-Xiaowen Zhang, 17-Chao Mai [c], 8-Yaodong Tang, 4-Jijun Guo, 
    7-Yuxin Xie (80' 12-Baoshan Wang), 9-Haiguang Liu, 6-Qunli Wu, 18-Ju Duan. Coach: Fengwen Gao
Cautions: 35' Qunli Wu, 69' Yijun Guo, 85' Yong-Hwan Chung 
Referee: Jose Antonio Garza (Mexico)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
25.10.1989, 18.00, Singapore, National Stadium, 11.288
SOUTH KOREA - SAUDI ARABIA 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 1-0 41' Gwan Hwangbo FK, 2-0 89' Seon-Hong Hwang
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [10/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [71/1]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [16/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [53/2]
15. Duk-Yeo Yoon                        [Hyundai Tigers]                [11/0]
    >62' 13. Jong-Soo Chung             [Yukong Elephants]              [29/2]
17. Sang-Bum Goo                        [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [23/0]
 4. Young-Jin Lee I                     [Lucky Goldstar Hwangso]        [9/1]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [14/4]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [37/8]
14. Soon-Ho Choi                        [POSCO Atoms]                   [73/31]
    >75' 7. Jong-Chul Baek              [Ilhwa Chunma]                  [4/0]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [16/10]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
SAUDI ARABIA:
    1-Abdullah Al-Deayea (GK), 2-Abdullah Al-Dossary, 4-Ahmed Madani, 13-Mohammed Al-Jawad, 20-Omar Bakhaswein, 
    5-Saleh Al-Nuayamah [c], 10-Fahad Al-Mosaibeth (66' 14-Khalid Al-Muwallid), 8-Saleh Mubarak Al-Saleh, 
    15-Youssif Al-Thuniyan, 18-Saadoun Al-Suwaiti (70' Youssef Al-Dossary), 11-Muhaisen Al-Dossary. 
    Coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira (Brazil)
Cautions: 62' Saleh M. Al-Saleh, 84' Poong-Joo Kim, 90' Jong-Chul Baek 
Referee: Carlos Esposito (Argentina)

XIV. FIFA WORLD CUP ITALY 1990, PRELIMINARIES, FINAL ROUND
28.10.1989, 17.00, Singapore, Jurong Stadium, 4.320
SOUTH KOREA - U.A.E. 1-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 1-0 7' Gwan Hwangbo, 1-1 16' Al-Talyani
SOUTH KOREA:
21. Poong-Joo Kim (GK)                  [Daewoo Royals]                 [11/0]
 2. Kyung-Hoon Park                     [POSCO Atoms]                   [72/1]
 3. Gang-Hee Choi                       [Hyundai Tigers]                [17/0]
 5. Yong-Hwan Chung [c]                 [Daewoo Royals]                 [54/2]
13. Jong-Soo Chung                      [Yukong Elephants]              [30/2]
12. Young-Sang Lee                      [Hanyang University]            [3/0]
    >HT. 20. Sung-Ki Kim                [Yukong Elephants]              [4/0]
 9. Gwan Hwangbo                        [Yukong Elephants]              [15/5]
 6. Sang-Ho Kim                         [POSCO Atoms]                   [6/0]
16. Joo-Sung Kim                        [Daewoo Royals]                 [38/8]
 7. Jong-Chul Baek                      [Ilhwa Chunma]                  [5/0]
    >17' 10. Hyun-Ki Ham                [Hyundai Tigers]                [8/0]
18. Seon-Hong Hwang                     [Keonkook University]           [17/10]
    [Coach: Hoi-Taek Lee]
U.A.E.:
    17-Muhsin Musabbah Faraj (GK), 20-Mohammed Obaid, 4-Mubarak Ghanim Mubarak, 15-Ibrahim Meer Abdulrahman, 
    2-Khalil Ghanim Mubarak, 18-Fahad Abdulrahman Abdullah, 6-Abdulrahman Abdullah, 3-Ali Thani Juma, 
    13-Hassan Mohammed, 7-Fahad Khamees Mubarak, 10-Adnan Al-Talyani (79' 9-Abdulaziz Mohammed Ali). 
    Coach: Mario Zagallo (Brazil)
Cautions: 80' Mohammed Obaid
Referee: Joel Quiniou (France)

Overview of Full International Matches

Details 1990-1999


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