[Asian Games] North Korea Women's Volleyball Team's Quarterfinal Opponent Korea 'On-Site Analysis'
North and South Korea face off for the first time in 6 years on October 4th or 5th
On the 1st, when the Korean women's volleyball team played its first match at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, the North Korean team was located in the athletes' entrance area of the gymnasium at the Changqian Campus of Hangzhou Normal University, China.
The North Korean national team visited the stadium to analyze the strengths of South Korea and Vietnam, who are likely to be drawn together in 온라인카지노사이트 Group E of the quarterfinal round.
North Korea, whose world rankings were not compiled because it has not appeared in recent international competitions, won the first match of Group A against India (65th) a day earlier, on September 30, with a set score of 3-1.
If the team ranks 1st and 2nd in Group A, which includes China (6th), North Korea, and India, the 1st and 2nd places in Group C and Group E of the quarterfinals will compete to advance to the semifinals.
Group C included Korea (40th), Vietnam (39th), and Nepal (world ranking not calculated).
Both South Korea and North Korea are likely to pass the preliminary round.
If there is no change in the currently announced schedule, South Korea and North Korea will face off on October 4th or 5th.
It has been six years since the 2018 World Championship Asian Preliminaries held in September 2017 that the South Korean and North Korean women's adult volleyball teams met.
This is because North Korea's women's volleyball team is not a strong team in the International Volleyball Federation's Volleyball Nations League (VNL) and has repeatedly missed competitions hosted by the Asian Volleyball Federation.
North Korea's women's volleyball team participated in the Asian Games for the first time in 13 years since the 2010 Guangzhou Games.
South Korea is ahead in the North Korean women's volleyball match with 7 wins and 2 losses.
The 10th match in history will take place on the road to the semifinals of the Hangzhou Asian Games.
The Korean women's volleyball team, which had difficulty analyzing opponents due to lack of data on North Korean volleyball, also plans to watch the Asian Games match and focus on analyzing the performance of new faces such as Kim Hyun-joo, who scored 30 points in the match against India.