South Korea Roster, World Cup Record & Fixtures

South Korea Women's Volleyball World Cup 2019 Live
South Korea Women's Volleyball World Cup 2019 Live

South Korea is the one of the leading squad in the world in the 1970 and 1990 and is still one of the best teams in the Asian Women’s Volleyball having won the bronze medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics and placing fourth in 1972 Summer Olympics in Germany and 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Head Coach : Stefeno Lavarini

NAME BIRTHDATE
Soyoung Lee 17/10/1994
Juah Lee 21/08/2000
Hye Seon Yeum 03/02/1991
Heejin Kim 29/04/1991
Hae Ran Kim 16/03/1984
Nayeon Lee 25/03/1992
Hyejin Ha 07/09/1996
Eunjin Park 15/12/1999
Jiyoung Oh 11/07/1988
Yeon Koung Kim C 26/02/1988
Su Ji Kim 11/07/1987
Sooji Han 01/02/1989
Jeongah Park 26/03/1993
Hyo Jin Yang 14/12/1989
Sohwi Kang 18/07/1997
Yeongyeon Kim 01/12/1993
Jaeyeong Lee 15/10/1996
Seungju Pyo 07/08/1992
Dayeong Lee 15/10/1996
Wonjeong Lee 12/01/2000
Yerim Go 12/06/1994
Songyi Han 05/09/1984
Eun-Ji Choi 07/06/1992
Jung-Won Moon 24/03/1992
Hoyoung Jung 23/08/2001

South Korea Team Record in Women’s Volleyball World Cup 2019

Uruguay 1973 — Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze Medal

Japan 1977 — Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze Medal

Japan 1981 — 5th place

Japan 1985 — 7th place

Japan 1989 — 7th place

Japan 1991 — 6th place

Japan 1995 — 5th place

Japan 1999 — 4th place

Japan 2003 — 9th place

Japan 2007 — 8th place

Japan 2011 — 9th place

Japan 2015 — 6th place

Japan 2019 — Qualified