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South Korea at the Asian Games

 

South Korea at the Asian Games

Republic of Korea has competed at every celebration of the Asian Games except the 1951 Asian Games, including hosting the Summer Games in 1986 and 2002, and the Winter Games in 1999.

South Korean athletes have won a total of 1,590 medals at the Asian Games and have won a total of 161 medals at the Asian Winter Games, with Short track speed skating and Speed skating as the main medal-producing sports.

Contents

  • Asian Games 1
    • Medals by Games 1.1
    • Medals by sport 1.2
    • Medals by individual 1.3
  • Asian Winter Games 2
    • Medals by Games 2.1
    • Medals by sport 2.2
  • East Asian Games 3
    • Medals by Games 3.1
  • Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games 4
    • Medals by Games 4.1
  • Asian Beach Games 5
    • Medals by Games 5.1
  • Asian Youth Games 6
    • Medals by Games 6.1
  • Asian Para Games 7
    • Medals by Games 7.1
  • Asian Youth Para Games 8
    • Medals by Games 8.1
  • See also 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Asian Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by individual

Athlete Sport Years Gender Gold Silver Bronze Total
Tae-hwan, ParkPark Tae-hwan Swimming 2006–2014 M 6 3 8 17
Jung-kyun, SuhSuh Jung-kyun Equestrian 1986–2006 M 6 2 0 8
Chung-hoon, YangYang Chung-hoon Archery 1986–1990 M 6 1 0 7
Hyun-hee, NamNam Hyun-hee Fencing 2002–2014 F 6 0 1 7
Byung-taek, ParkPark Byung-taek Shooting 1990–2010 M 5 9 5 19
Eun-chul, LeeLee Eun-chul Shooting 1986–1998 M 5 6 0 11
Jin-ho, KimKim Jin-ho Archery 1978–1986 F 5 4 0 9
Young-dong, YouYou Young-dong Soft tennis 1994–2006 M 5 3 2 10
Sun-ok, HwangHwang Sun-ok Bowling 2006–2002 F 5 2 0 7
Ho-sung, ChoCho Ho-sung Cycling 1994–2010 M 5 1 0 6
Jun-sang, ChoiChoi Jun-sang Equestrian 2002–2010 M 5 0 0 5
Sun-jae, JangJang Sun-jae Cycling 2006–2010 M 5 0 0 5

Asian Winter Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

East Asian Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
1993 Shanghai 3 23 28 40 91
1997 Busan 3 45 38 51 134
2001 Osaka 3 34 46 32 112
2005 Macau 3 32 48 65 145
2009 Hong Kong[7] 3 39 45 59 143
2013 Tianjin 3 36 51 74 161
2017 Incheon Future event
Total 3 209 256 321 786

Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
Asian Indoor Games
2005 Bangkok[8] 8 5 7 10 22
2007 Macau 4 10 14 13 37
2009 Hanoi 6 16 14 16 46
Asian Martial Arts Games
2009 Bangkok[9] 3 10 6 3 19
Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
2013 Incheon[10] 2 22 26 22 70
2017 Ashgabat Future event
Total 63 67 64 194

Asian Beach Games

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2008 Bali[11] 4 4 7 10 21
2010 Muscat 8 2 3 0 5
2012 Haiyang 3 6 7 10 23
2014 Phuket 4 9 14 14 37
2016 Nha Trang Future event
2018 Goa Future event
Total 4 21 31 34 86

Asian Youth Games

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2009 Singapore[12] 2 20 17 17 54
2013 Nanjing[13] 2 25 13 14 52
2017 Hambantota Future event
2021 Surabaya Future event
Total 2 45 30 31 106

Asian Para Games

*Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2010 Guangzhou 3 27 43 33 103
2014 Incheon 2 72 62 77 211
2018 Jakarta Future event
Total 2 99 105 110 314

Asian Youth Para Games

Medals by Games

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2009 Tokyo 7 13 9 7 29
2013 Kuala Lumpur 10 11 7 6 24
2017 Nanjing Future event
Total 24 16 13 53

See also

References

  1. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Sapporo 1986
  2. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Sapporo 1990
  3. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Harbin 1996
  4. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Kangwon 1999
  5. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Aomori 2003
  6. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Changchun 2007
  7. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Hong Kong 2009
  8. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Bangkok 2005
  9. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Bangkok 2009
  10. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Incheon 2013
  11. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Bali 2008
  12. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Singapore 2009
  13. ^ Overall Medal Standings - Nanjing 2013

External links

  • sports123.com
  • (Korean) Asian Winter Games at KOC website
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