ROK in Brazil World Cup

Korea or ROK has a long history in the World Cup they entered 1954 in the very first World Cup , the first Asian World Cup took place 1956. They won in 1960 when they also hosted they games. However they lost in 1964 when they failed to qualify they were back in 1972 but they failed to qualify in 1976 came second in 1980. 1986 they were finally able to qualify for the FIFA World Cup – they lost all their games that time. 2010 has been their best games so far now we can only wait and hope they’ll win enough games to move on the the semi-finals.

Park Ji Sung is already wellknown and a talented player who has been playing for Kyoto, PSV Eindhoven, Manchester United and Queens. He ended his carrrier in PSV Eindhoven.

Koo Ja Cheol the team captain begun his soccer carrier in Jeju United, moving on to WfL Wolfsburg, playing for Augsburg as a barrowed player, currently he plays for Mainz.

Son Heung-Min professional carrier is not that long as he begun playing for Hamburger SV and currently plays for Beyer Leverkusen.

Lee Keunho begun in Incheon United , Daegu FC, Jubilo Iwanta, Gamba Osaka, Ulsan Hyundai borrowed to Sangju Sangmu for military service.

Kwak Tae Hwi, FC Seoul, Chunnam Dragons, Kyoto Saga, Ulsan Hyundai, Al Shabab, Al Hilal.

Ki Sung Yeung, FC Seoul, Celtic, Swansea borrowed to Sunderland currently.

Kim Bo Kyung Cerezo Osaka, Oita Trinita loan currently Cardiff City.

Kim Shin Wook a young but promising player that normally plays for Ulsan Hyundai .

Park Chu Young FC Seoul, Monaco, Arsenal borrowed Celta Vigo currently loaned to Waltford.

Korea 세월호 침몰 사고 기억하십시오

♥쟈금은 안녕


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