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South Korea at the 1988 Winter Olympics

South Korea at the Olympic Games

Flag of South Korea
IOC code  KOR
NOC Korean Olympic Committee
Website www.sports.or.kr (Korean) (English)
At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary
Competitors 28 in 6 sports
Officials 18
Flag bearer Hong Kun-Pyo
Medals Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
0
Total
0
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games

South Korea, as Republic of Korea, competed at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada.

Contents

  • Alpine skiing 1
  • Biathlon 2
  • Cross-country skiing 3
  • Figure skating 4
  • Speed skating 5
  • Short track speed skating (Demonstration sport) 6
  • References 7

Alpine skiing

Men
Athlete Event Record Rank
Kang Nak-Youn Giant Slalom 2:33.18 51
Slalom 2:03.73 27
Super G Did Not Finish -
Nam Won-Gi Giant Slalom 2:31.78 48
Slalom 2:04.29 28
Super G Did Not Finish -
Park Jae-Hyuk Giant Slalom Did Not Finish -
Slalom 2:04.30 29
Super G 1:53.89 40
Huh Sung-Wook Giant Slalom Did Not Finish -
Slalom Did Not Finish -
Super G 1:55.13 41

Biathlon

Men
Athlete Event Record Rank
Shin Yong-Sun 10km 33:05.4 64
20km 1:17:44.5 66
Joo Young-Dae 10km 34:50.4 66
20km 1:14:27.5 63
Kim Yong-Woon 10km 35:18.6 67
20km 1:17:23.0 65
Jeong Young-Suk 10km 35:31.3 69
Hong Byung-Sik 20km 1:14:03.2 62
Hong Byung-Sik
Joo Young-Dae
Kim Yong-Woon
Shin Yong-Sun
4 x 7.5km Relay 1:51.42.7 16

Cross-country skiing

Men
Athlete Event Record Rank
Park Ki-Ho 15km 47:44.3 54
30km 1:36.43.9 55
50km 2:22:36.4 50
Jeon Yeung-Hae 15km 48:22.3 59
30km 1:38.05.3 60
50km 2:20:50.8 48
Hong Kun-Pyo 15km 50:21.4 71
30km 1:43.26.4 73
50km 2:23:13.6 51
Cho Sung-Hoon 15km 51:31.1 75
30km 1:43.30.3 75
Park Byung-Woo 50km Did Not Finish -
Hong Kun-Pyo
Park Ki-Ho
Cho Sung-Hoon
Jeon, Yeung-Hae
4 x 10km Relay 1:59:00.4 15

Figure skating

Men
Athlete Event Rank
Jung Sung-Il Single 22
Women
Athlete Event Rank
Byun Sung-Jin Single DNQ

Speed skating

Men
Athlete Event Record Rank
Bae Ki-Tae 500m 36.90 5
1000m 1:14.36 9
Hwang Ik-Hwan 1500m 1:56.50 26
5000m 7:10.65 36
Kim Kwan-Kyu 1500m 1:56.85 29
5000m 7:02.13 29
10000m 14:34.65 22
Women
Athlete Event Record Rank
Yoo Seon-Hee 500m 40.92 13
1000m 1:22.35 17
Kim Young-Ok 1000m 2:11.95 24
3000m 4:30.60 22
5000m 7:46.51 17
Choi Hye-Sook 1000m 2:12.96 28
3000m 4:42.26 22

Short track speed skating (Demonstration sport)

Men
Athlete Event Heats Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Kim Ki-hoon 500m 46.21 2nd 45.92 1st 45.15 3rd 48.82 7th
1000m 1:39.10 1st 1:34.30 3rd 1:37.20 8th
1500m 2:32.17 1st 2:25.39 2nd 2:26.68 1st
3000m 5:41.32 6th Not qualified
Lee Joon-Ho 500m 47.27 1st 47.24 4th Not qualified
1000m 1:34.89 1st 1:35.04 2nd Didqualified 7th
1500m 2:31.89 3rd 2:36.41 3rd 2:38.19 7th
3000m 5:29.13 1st 5:30.37 4th 5:21.63 1st
Mo Ji-Soo 500m Didqualified - Not qualified
1000m 1:35.73 2nd 1:59.63 6th Not qualified
1500m 3:13.11 5th Not qualified
3000m 5:22.60 2nd 5:26.18 4th 5:32.24 6th
Women
Athlete Event Heats Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Hong Ho-Kyung 500m 52.31 4th Not qualified
1000m 1:49.20 5th Not qualified
1500m 2:50.10 4th Not qualified
3000m 5:41,30 6th Not qualified
Lee Yeon-Sook 500m 51.91 4th Not qualified
1000m 1:44.99 2nd 1:43.56 5th Not qualified
1500m 2:46.02 3rd 2:43.20 4th 2:44.04 9th
3000m 5:54,50 5th Not qualified
Yoo Boo-Won 500m 49.49 4th Not qualified
1000m Didqualified - Not qualified
1500m 2:44.14 2nd 2:43.40 4th 2:44.28 10th
3000m 6:14,44 3rd 6:18,31 5th Not qualified

References

  • Official Olympic Reports
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