For Korea`s seventh consecutive entry into the World Cup!
The national soccer team cheers at Incheon International Airport in the run-up to the fourth World Cup qualifier against Iran Feb. 11. Korea leads Asia Group B with two wins and a tie, and will play friendly games against Syria and Bahrain next week before moving to Tehran Feb. 6. Korea`s record versus Iran is eight wins, five ties and eight defeats but has never won in Iran with a tie and two defeats. Korea head coach Huh Jung-moo (back row, left) said, We will open a new chapter (in Korean soccer history).