The Korean national football team pulled off a much-needed 1-0 win against Lebanon on Tuesday evening at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon, Gyeonggi.
Korea lost their final pre-Olympic tuneup match 2-1 to France on Friday at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul, throwing away a late lead in the dying few minutes of the game.
U-23 football team head coach Kim Hak-bum announced his final 18-man roster for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics including the three wildcards — Kwon Chang-hoon, Hwang Ui-jo and Kim Min-jae.
Kim Hak-bum, head coach of the Korean U-23 Olympic team, will start a second round of Olympic training on June 22 before announcing his final entry for the games, including the three wildcard spots, on June 30.
Kwon Chang-hoon has returned to Korea after four years playing in Europe.
Four players and a staff member on the Korean national football team tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday.
Korea's international footballers playing in leagues across Europe are looking strong after their first competitive fixtures of the 2020-21 season.