The Korean handball team won against Japan on Wednesday. As a result, they secured a spot in the Paris Olympics for the eleventh straight time. Also, it was the last qualifier game of the Asian Women’s Handball Qualification Tournament. It was vital for both teams because the victor would qualify
Im Sung-jae wants to win the Masters this year. He was chasing after the green jacket after Hideki Matsuyama won it two years ago. Before the Masters Tournament returns to Augusta National this weekend, Im said he is preparing another title run at the event. According to sports betting records,
Son Yeon-jae donates cash gifts from her recent wedding with her non-celebrity husband. The recipient of their donation is the Severance Children’s Hospital. Also, her agency said that Son decided to use the cash gifts more meaningfully. Thus, 50 million won will go towards at-home care for babies with critical
Lee Sang-ho wins Snowboard World Cup overall title in Germany on Saturday. He became the first Korean snowboarder to achieve the milestone. After getting third place in the men’s parallel slalom at the International Ski Federation Snowboard World Cup, Lee earned the overall title. Thus, he finished the season with
Kwon Soon-woo knocked out of the second round of the Australian Open after losing to Canada’s Denis Shapovalov. The marathon match lasted four hours and twenty-five minutes. Also, it was a challenging match with all four sets going to a Game 7. Also, they deuced 22 times. According to iGaming
South Korea is still unsure about the status of short-track speed skater Shim Suk-hee. She is one of the best skaters in the nation. However, the Korea Skating Union suspended her last December 21 for hateful comments against the coaching staff and teammates. According to iGaming platform reports, Shim’s suspension
Lewis Hamilton failed to win his eighth Formula One championship this season. On the other hand, Max Verstappen won his first F1 title after overtaking Hamilton in the last lap of the year’s final race. Mercedes won the constructors’ title for the eighth straight year, according to sports news reports.
World Number 2 Ko Jin-young wins 2nd LPGA event this year. The South Korean golfer shot an 11-under-par 205 to win the Cambia Portland Classic. Also tied in second place are fellow Korean Lee Jeong-eun and Su Oh from Australia. They finished at seven-under-par. Ko scored 69 with no bogeys