Serbia and Korea found themselves in the same
Intercontinental Round Pool at the World League for the first time this year.
In the first two matches in Jeonju, Korea, the teams walked away with one
victory each. In the sixth and final weekend of Pool B action, Serbia hosts
Korea in Nis on Friday and in Belgrade on Saturday.
For Serbia coach Igor Kolakovic it will be his last
chance to test his team before the Final Round in Belgrade Arena from July
22-26. Serbia received a bye to the Final Six as host.
"Korea is a respectable team," Kolakovic said.
"They performed well this year and achieved some good results.
"Last week they lost to France in both matches, and
that was the only setback for them in this years' competition. They play fast
and aggressive. This will be a good opportunity for us to prepare our team for
the upcoming final tournament.
"It will be very difficult to win both matches, even
though our opponents are currently at the bottom of the standings. But, for
sure, it would be very nice if we could get two victories and secure the first