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Talks about North and South Korea co-hosting the 2032 Summer Olympics

On Friday, talks between North and South Korea co-hosting the 2032 Summer Olympics will take place.  According to sports news source, the Olympic dialogue will take place at the inter-Korean liaison office in Kaesong, North Korea. In addition, the Unification Ministry...

India Defeats South Korea in 2018 Asian Championship Muscat

In an exciting matchup during the Hero Asian Championship field Hockey Trophy, India Defeats South Korea 4-1.  The victory came about when Harmanpreet Signh scored a hat-trick of penalty corner conversation. In addition, this victory knocked South Koreans out of the...

Tough Battle Ahead for the Korean Baseball Team at Asian Games

The Korean Baseball Team has endured a few shots amid the initial couple of long periods of the 2018 Asian Games. However it hasn't finished battling yet. This is because it has Tough Battle Ahead for the Korean Baseball Team at Asian Games. In spite of some...

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Jung Hye-lim to Run for Gold

Jung Hye-lim to Run for Gold

At age 31, Jung Hye-lim hopes to win Korea’s first gold in women’s 100-meter hurdles in eight years. This is following in the footsteps of Lee Yeon-koung, who took the top prize at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou. The 100-meter hurdles is a track and field event...

Jang Hyun-soo Gets Lifetime Ban

Jang Hyun-soo Gets Lifetime Ban

The government is very serious about military service. According to the law, all able-bodied men from South Korea have to finish two years of military service. An exception to the rule is if one wins a medal at the Asian Games or the Olympics. But athletes will not...