Team Profile - Republic of Korea

Name Birth Date
29 Nov 1990
21 Jan 1994
18 May 1993
10 Mar 1991
07 Sep 1996
Team Officials
Function Name
Coach

Events and Medals

Event Rank Medal
Women 2 Silver


Republic of Korea - Schedule

Schedule
Start Time Event Status
Thu, 15 Feb 9:05
Women Round Robin Session 2
Canada
6
Republic of Korea
8
Finished
Thu, 15 Feb 20:05
Women Round Robin Session 3
Republic of Korea
5
Japan
7
Finished
Fri, 16 Feb 14:05
Women Round Robin Session 4
Republic of Korea
7
Switzerland
5
Finished
Sat, 17 Feb 20:05
Women Round Robin Session 6
Republic of Korea
7
Great Britain
4
Finished
Sun, 18 Feb 14:05
Women Round Robin Session 7
People's Republic of China
5
Republic of Korea
12
Finished
Mon, 19 Feb 9:05
Women Round Robin Session 8
Sweden
6
Republic of Korea
7
Finished
Tue, 20 Feb 14:05
Women Round Robin Session 10
United States of America
6
Republic of Korea
9
Finished
Wed, 21 Feb 9:05
Women Round Robin Session 11
Republic of Korea
11
Olympic Athlete from Russia
2
Finished
Wed, 21 Feb 20:05
Women Round Robin Session 12
Republic of Korea
9
Denmark
3
Finished
Fri, 23 Feb 20:05
Women Semi-final
Republic of Korea
8
Japan
7
Finished
Sun, 25 Feb 9:05
Women Gold Medal Game
Sweden
8
Republic of Korea
3
Finished

Biographical Information

Languages Spoken ENG
Highlights
RankYearLocation
Olympic Winter Games  
8 2014 Sochi, RUS
World Championship
4 2014 St. John, NB, CAN
4 2012 Lethbridge, AB, CAN
6 2017 Beijing, CHN
7 2016 Swift Current, SK, CAN
10 2009 Gangneung, KOR
10 2002 Bismarck, ND, USA
11 2011 Esbjerg, DEN
Pacific-Asia Championship
1 2017 Gosford, NSW, AUS
1 2016 Uiseong, KOR
1 2013 Shanghai, CHN
1 2010 Uiseong, KOR
1 2001 Jeonju, KOR
2 2015 Almaty, KAZ
2 2014 Karuizawa, JPN
2 2011 Nanjing, CHN
2 2008 Naseby, NZL
2 2006 Tokyo, JPN
2 2003 Aomori, JPN
2 2002 Queenstown, NZL
2 2000 Canada
2 1999 Tokoro, JPN
3 2012 Naseby, NZL
3 2009 Karuizawa, JPN
3 2007 Beijing, CHN
3 2005 Taipei, TPE
3 2004 Chuncheon, KOR
3 1997 Karuizawa, JPN
4 1998 Vancouver, BC, CAN
4 1996 Sydney, NSW, AUS

 

Additional information General
The Republic of Korea women's curling team made their Olympic debut at the 2014 Games in Sochi, winning three and losing six of their nine games in the round-robin stage. Those results put the team in eighth place in the standings, which was not enough to qualify for the knockout stages.

At the world championships the Korean team's best result is fourth, which they achieved in both 2012 and 2014. They were knocked out at the semifinal stage by Switzerland on both occasions before going on to lose the bronze medal match to Canada in 2012 and the Russian Federation in 2014. The team finished the round-robin standings of the 2017 edition in sixth position, which was not enough to progress further in the tournament.

At the Asian Winter Games the Koreans have won one gold in 2007, and two silver medals in 2003 and 2017.

The team qualified for Pyeongchang automatically as host nation.


Legend

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: Gold
: Silver
: Bronze
: Gold Medal Event
: Bronze Medal Event
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