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Mon, September 27, 2021 | 01:10
Archers dominate again; badminton duo fail to shine
South Korean female archers won the team recurve archery final, garnering their country a historic fifth straight Asiad gold in the event.
Female archers shine again
South Korean female archers won the team recurve archery final, Sunday, garnering their country an historic fifth straight Asiad gold in the event. The team, consisting of Jung Dasomi, Chang Hye-jin and Lee Tuk-young, secured a comfortable 6-0 win over their Chinese opponents - Cheng Ming, Xu Jing and Zhu Jueman.
S.Korea finishes Asiad's first day with five gold
South Korea had a pleasant start at the Incheon Asian Games on Saturday, bagging five golds on the first day in the wushu, equestrian, track cycling and fencing events.
Korean ice hockey teams to compete in PyeongChang in 2018
Korea’s ice hockey teams have secured spots to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Gangwon Province, managing to avoid the awkwardness of a “festival without the host” in the sport.
| 2014-09-19 21:28
Experts `underwhelmed' by Stielike
The Korean Football Association (KFA) picked former Swiss team coach and German national player Uli Stielike as head coach of the national team, Friday.
| 2014-09-05 15:49
Taekwondoists seek family support
Korean taekwondo athletes face great expectations, as many people think the martial art should come easily to nationals of the country where it originated. But in the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, Koreans earned only four of the 16 gold medals at stake, showing that Koreans no longer dominate the Korean martial art.
Ryu shines again after return from injury
Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin Monday (Korea time) showed he is fully recovered from his latest injury by grabbing his 14th win this season against the San Diego Padres.
| 2014-09-01 17:19
Why Korea struggles to find new coach
It wasn't supposed to be this way. The first friendly game for the South Korea national team since this year's World Cup earlier this summer takes place on Friday against Venezuela. Yet, the team still does not have arguably the most important person on the team: a permanent head coach.
| 2014-08-31 17:37
Yoon Suk-min taken off from Orioles' 40-man roaster
South Korean right-handed pitcher Yoon Suk-min has been taken off Baltimore Orioles' 40-man roster and outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk, according to local media, Sunday.
| 2014-08-31 17:36
Korean badminton duo guaranteed gold
Korea is guaranteed gold and silver medals in the men’s doubles at the 2014 BWF Badminton World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark because all participants in the finals hail from this country.
| 2014-08-31 17:34
Explosive rise in infections disrupts Korea's path to 'live with COVID-19' strategy
Upbit crypto exchange operator Dunamu joins ranks of Korea's 'decacorns'
Tough regulations force banks to go abroad
'Squid Game' pop-up set in Itaewon closed due to virus concerns
Joseon's first encounter with a 'wheel'
Kim Yo-jong pressures Seoul to negotiate with US: experts
Samsung presents vision for brain-like neuromorphic chips
Crypto market reorganized with 'Big 4' exchanges
LG Chem expands presence in China, Japan with bio products
Delayed Kakao Pay IPO feared to decrease profits for Samsung Securities
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