• Four out of seven survive… Will there be a 21st Korean fighter in the UFC?

    Four out of seven South Korean fighters survived their first journey to the United States mixed martial arts organization UFC. The UFC held the second season of Road to UFC on Nov. 27 and 28 at the UFC Performance Institute Shanghai in Shanghai, China. The Road to UFC is a competition that gives Asian fighters a chance to earn a UFC contract. Four weight classes (flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight, and lightweight) will compete in a quarterfinal tournament, with the winner earning a UFC contract. In the single-elimination non-tournament, fighters must impress to earn a spot in the Octagon. In Season 1,

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  • No rush, no hurry, aims to return in fall Kwon Soon-woo “From a solid recovery”

    South Korean tennis standout Kwon Soon-woo (Dangjin City Hall) is rehabbing with the goal of returning in the fall. “When I come back, I’ll make sure I’m in the best shape so I don’t get sick again,” Kwon told reporters after signing a sponsorship deal with global sports brand Yonex at the Lotte World Mall at Jamsil Tennis Center in Songpa-gu, Seoul, on Feb. 28. Kwon last played in the round of 16 of the men’s singles at the Exxon Mobile Open in Qatar in February against Alejandro Davydovic Fokina (Spain), and has since suspended his tour schedule due to

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  • Korean Tour’s only match play starts on June 1…’Alphabet soup’ rules have been changed

    The Korea Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour’s only match-play event, the Descent Korea Matchplay (800 million won in prize money), is introducing a new way to crown a winner. The Descente Korea Matchplay will be held at Kingsdale GC (Par 72) in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, for four days starting next month. Until last year, the rankings were determined by the total number of wins by the players in the round of 16 and the number of wins per hole, which led to some upsets when the player with the most wins did not win the title. This year, we’ve changed

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  • A change is neededOneQ, a fresh start, and an off-season

    Bucheon Hana OneQ, which finished in last place again last season, has begun to raise its game early. The team began training in mid-April, and after four weeks of fitness and conditioning checks, the team set up a base camp at the Taebaek O2 Resort for two weeks from May 15-27. During the team’s vacation following the end of the 2022-23 season, the front office and coaching staff used the time to reinforce their strengths and clean up some of their mistakes. The result was quite a few changes. Kim Ji-young and Kim Ye-jin departed for Incheon Shinhan Bank and

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  • ‘Undefeated’ Mourinho Quotes, “I can’t change the past…so I look to the future”

    José Mourinho, 60, has thrown his hat in the ring. AS Roma will face Sevilla FC in the UEFA Europa League (UEL) final of the 2022/23 season at the Puskás Arena in Budapest, Hungary, on June 1 (ET). Mourinho has already brought the European trophy to Rome after winning the UEFA Conference League the previous season. This time around, he’s looking to win the Europa League for the second year in a row. Mourinho is unbeaten in five European finals, so Roma fans have faith in him. However, their opponent, Sevilla FC, is the reigning Europa League champion. “We train

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  • ‘Rematch’ after 4 years… Will it be a laugher this time… South Korea ‘fitness’ advantage vs Ecuador ‘stadium-ready’

    Kim Eun Joong-ho’s next opponent is Ecuador. It’s a team that brought back fond memories from four years ago, but they can’t let their guard down. Kim Eun-Joong’s South Korea U-20 national team drew 0-0 with the Gambia in their third match of Group F of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2023 at the Estadio Malvinas Argentina in Mendoza, Argentina, at 6 a.m. ET on Monday. With one win and two draws in three group games, South Korea advanced to the round of 16 as the group’s runner-up. South Korea used a partial rotation against the Gambia. Lee Young-joon, Kang

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  • “It’s been a long time, superstar,” beamed Dae-ho Lee, a former colleague who has gone from youngest to oldest.

    “I’m a superstar now.” After eight years, Lee Dae-ho returned to the Fukuoka PayPay Dome, home of his former team, the SoftBank Hawks. The team invited Lee to throw out the ceremonial first pitch to celebrate the 85th anniversary of its founding and the 35th anniversary of the PayPay Dome’s opening. Lee greeted fans for the first time in a long time and threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the PayPay Dome on April 28. Lee’s former teammates from the 2014 and 2015 championships appeared at the ceremonial pitch. Yuki Yanagita, the “One Club Man,” was the hitter and

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  • Goodbye Bomde’s Curse, hello LG’s Proof Against Leaders

    Is the so-called ‘Bomde’s Curse’ over? It’s looking increasingly likely that the Lotte Giants will have a successful season. However, proving themselves against the top-ranked LG Twins remains a challenge. Starting on the 30th, Lotte will play a three-game midweek series against first-place LG at Jamsil Stadium. It’s a big matchup, dubbed the “El Rascico. LG is in first place with 30 wins, one draw and 16 losses (0.652 winning percentage), while Lotte is in third place with 26 wins and 16 losses (0.619 winning percentage). Both teams have two games in hand, so it’s unlikely that the standings will

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  • Korea Women’s Hockey Junior National Team travels to Japan for Asia Cup

    The Korean women’s junior national hockey team departed from Incheon Airport on the morning of Sept. 29 to compete in the Women’s Junior Asia Cup, which will be held in Kagamigahara, Japan, from Sept. 2-11. A total of 10 nations are participating in the Asia Cup, which will be divided into two groups for a preliminary league, with the top two teams advancing to the quarterfinals to compete for the title. South Korea is in Group A alongside India, Malaysia, Chinese Taipei, and Uzbekistan, and will have to play India and Malaysia to reach the quarterfinals. Group B includes China,

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  • A golfer’s room that’s fun to watch…looks like Park Se Ri 30 years ago

    Bang Shin-sil, 19, is the only golfer on both the men’s and women’s tours this season who is fun to watch. The Korean Tour has Chung Chan-min, who won the GS Caltex Mae Kyung Open, but he has been up and down. Bang Shin-sil says he is a “different level” player who has emerged after 30 years since Park Se-ri. It is said that there are three pleasures in golf. It is said that there are three pleasures in golf: the pleasure of playing, the pleasure of teaching, and the pleasure of watching. Bang Shin-shil is a golfer who, like

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