Teams & Coaches
 
TEAM:
Team manager KIM, Suk-Chul
Head coach KIM, Hyung-Sil
Assistant coach LEE, Jung-Chul
Doctor
Therapist / trainer YIM, Joong-Hyuk
Journalist

  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
1 Min-Ji Kim KIM Min-ji 25.05.1985 75 187 304 296 GS Caltex
3 Yeon Koung Kim Kim 26.02.1988 73 192 350 340 Eczacibasi VitrA Istanbul
4 Jung-Hee Ji JI Jung-hee 18.03.1985 65 180 305 296 KT&G
5 Hyo Hee Lee Lee Hyohee 09.09.1980 58 173 280 271 Korea Expressway Corporation
C 6 Kwang-Hee Choi CHOI Kwang-hee 25.05.1974 73 173 304 289 KT&G Corp.
7 Sun-Mi Pak PAK Sun-mi 03.02.1982 64 176 275 268 Hyundai
8 Youn Joo Hwang Hwang Younjoo 13.08.1986 64 177 285 265 Hyundai Construction
10 So-La Lee Lee Sola 01.09.1987 62 177 295 285 Korea Express Corporation
13 Dae-Young Jung JUNG Dae-young 12.08.1981 71 183 303 292 GS Caltex
14 Songyi Han Han Songyi 05.09.1984 65 186 305 298 GS Caltex
15 Se Young Kim Kim Seyoung 04.06.1981 73 190 309 300 Hyundai Construction
L 16 Ki-Lan Koo KOO Ki-lan 10.03.1977 64 170 274 264 Hungkuk Life Insurance Co.
C=Captain  L=Libero

Team Profile Head coach
Korea’s women's team traditionally depends on its quick combination play and fighting spirit. Although the players are not so tall, the team has one of the best defences among the world’s best teams. The team came first in the 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima, followed by two second places in Thailand in 1998 and Korea in 2002. It has also secured nine top ten placings at the Olympic Games, with its best achievement being the bronze medal at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal.

Korea’s 2005 women's squad mostly consists of young players after a programme aimed to achieved a shift in generations. The KVA’s long-term aim is to maintain this team for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.




KIM, Hyung-Sil