The Korean contingency for their own hosted World Championships contains several Asian Games medalists, giving them a good shot at potential finalists.
Catch some sights and sounds from the 2019 Korean Trials that just wrapped up at Gimcheon Swimming Pool.
Korean medal hopeful An Sehyeon missed qualifying for this summer’s World Championships in both the 100m and 200m fly events, although her nation’s official roster for Gwangju won’t be released until next week.
Kim Seoyeong put up the world’s 12th fastest 400m IM time at Korean Nationals #2 to qualify for this summer’s World Championships on her home turf.
This weekend’s Korean Trials #2 will see the nation’s best swimmers aiming to make the World Championships roster.
The second of three FINA Champions Swim Series events was this last weekend in Budapest. The first stop of the…
Sun Yang will be in action on day two of the FINA Champions Series in Guangzhou in both the 200 and 400 free.
There’s been a last-minute change to the 2019 Korean World Championships Trials, as the nation’s swimming federation has been asked to move the dates and location of the event due to conflicts with preparations for this summer’s main FINA event.
The first of two national swimming trials for Korea took place over the weekend, with Asian Games swimmers Moon Jaekwon and Kim Seoyong both in the water vying for qualification times for this summer’s World University Games (Summer Universiade).
Korean Olympian Kim Seoyeong was honored this week as being named her nation’s top amateur athlete at the 24th Annual Coca-Cola Sports Awards
One of South Korea’s most successful swimmers of all-time, Kim Seoyeong has announced she will also be participating in the inaugural FINA Champions Series.
Park Tae Hwan of Korea took home 3 golds at the 2016 edition of the Short Course World Championships, but will not be competing this year in Hangzhou.
Korea’s most successful swimmer, Olympian Park Tae Hwan, accomplished his goal of collecting 5 gold medals at the 2018 Korean Nationals taking place as part of the nation’s 99th Sports Festival this week.
Park Tae Hwan is on his way to earning his 5th MVP title of the Korean Swimming Championships.
Despite hinting at possible retirement, 2008 Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea is expected to compete at this 99th Korean National Swim Meet coming up later this month.