South Korea World Cup squad

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Following is the South Korea's 30-man preliminary World Cup squad:

Goalkeepers: Lee Woon-Jae (Suwon Bluewings), Kim Young-Kwang ( Ulsan Horang-i), Jung Sung-Ryong (Seongnam Ilhwa)

Defenders: Lee Young-Pyo (Al-Hilal/Saudi Arabia), Kim Dong-Jin (Ulsan Horang-i), Cha Du-Ri (SC Freiburg/Germany), Oh Beom-Seok ( Ulsan Horang-i), Kang Min-Soo (Suwon Bluewings), Cho Yong-Hyung ( Jeju United), Lee Jung-Soo (Kashima Antlers/Japan), Kwak Tae-Hwi ( Kyoto Sanga/Japan), Hwang Jae-Won (Pohang Steelers), Kim Hyung-Il (Pohang Steelers)

Midfielders: Kim Nam-Il (Tom Tomsk/Russia), Park Ji-Sung ( Manchester United/England), Kim Jung-Woo (Gwangju Phoenix), Cho Won-Hee (Suwon Bluewings), Kim Chi-Woo (FC Seoul), Lee Chung-Yong (Bolton Wanderers/England), Ki Sung-Yong (Celtic/Scotland), Gu Ja- Cheol (Jeju United), Kim Jae-Sung (Pohang Steelers), Kim Bo-Kyung (Oita Trinita/Japan), Shin Hyung-Min (Pohang Steelers)

Forwards: Lee Dong-Gook (Jeonbuk Motors), Ahn Jung-Hwan (Dalian Shide/China), Park Chu-Young (Monaco/France), Lee Keun-Ho (Jubilo Iwata/Japan), Yeom Ki-Hoon (Suwon Bluewings), Lee Seung-Ryul (FC Seoul)

Source:Xinhua

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