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Korean National Team November Friendlies Squad Announced

Korean National Team November Friendlies Announcement Paulo Bento
Korea Republic Head Coach Paulo Bento has announced his 26-man squad for the Team's forthcoming friendlies with Australia and Uzbekistan later this month. With Son Heungmin unavailable, there's a return for Lee Chungyong, as well as fresh call ups for three domestic-based players as part of a squad that boats of 14 players currently plying their trade in the K League.

Prior to the AFC Cup in January, Paulo Bento has just two more friendlies to run the rule over his squad. The Taeguk Warriors will play Australia on Saturday 17th November at 17:50 KST before taking on Uzbekistan on Tuesday 20th November at 19:00 KST, both in Brisbane for what will be their last warm up matches before heading to the UAE for the 17th edition of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

As per the agreement with Tottenham Hotspur, Son Heungmin is not available, there's also no space in the squad for fellow English Premier League star Ki Sungyeung of Newcastle United. Winger Lee Chungyong returns for the first time since the pre-World Cup friendlies under former manager Shin Taeyong, as does defender Kwon Kyungwon who, following FC Tokyo central defender Jang Hyunsoo's ban, allows Kwon to return for the first time since the Bosnia friendly in June.

Gyeongnam's Park Jisoo also keep his place and there is a first call-up for Jeonnam Dragons right-back Lee Youhyeon. However, despite Kim Jinsu's return to fitness, there's no space in the squad for the Jeonbuk left-back.

Kim Seungdae of Pohang Steelers gets his first international call-up in three years whilst fellow Steeler Lee Jinhyun could win his first full cap having featured in the gold medal-winning Asian Games squad, as does Gwangju FC's Na Sangho.



Full Squad

Goalkeepers


Kim Seunggyu - Vissel Kobe (Japan)
Kim Jinhyun - Cerezo Osaka (Japan)
Jo Hyeonwoo - Daegu FC

Defenders


Kim Younggwon - Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
Jung Seunghyun - Kashima Antlers (Japan)
Kwon Kyungwon - Tianjin Quanjian (China)
Kim Minjae - Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Park Jisoo - Gyeongnam FC
Lee Yong - Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Lee Youhyeon - Jeonnam Dragons
Kim Moonhwan - Busan IPark
Hong Chul - Suwon Samsung Bluewings
Park Jooho - Ulsan Hyundai

Midfielders


Hwang Inbeom - Daejeon Citizen
Kim Jungmin - FC Liefering (Austria)
Koo Jacheol - FC Augsburg (Germany)
Jung Wooyoung - Al-Sadd (Qatar)
Kim Seungdae - Pohang Steelers
Lee Jinhyun - Pohang Steelers
Lee Chungyong - VfL Bochum (Germany)
Nam Taehee - Al-Duhail (Qatar)

Forwards


Na Sangho - Gwangju FC
Hwang Heechan - Hamburger SV
Moon Seonmin - Incheon United
Hwang Uijo - Gamba Osaka (Japan)
Suk Hyunjun - Troyes (France)

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