South Korea at the 1948 Summer Olympics

South Korea At The 1948 Summer Olympics

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South Korea at the 1948 Summer Olympics

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Korea competed in the Summer Olympic Games in London, England. It was the first time Korea competed as an independent nation. The Korean Olympic Committee, established in 1946 and recognized in 1947, represented only South Korea although the division of Korea was not fully realized at the time of the 1948 Games.

Korea won two bronze medals, putting it at the 32nd rank of competing nations.

Medalists

Bronze





Results and competitors by event

Athletics

Track and road



Field



Basketball

Group Stage

Group B
  • Korea 29-27 Belgium
  • Philippines 35-33 Korea
  • China 49-48 Korea
  • Korea 120-20 Iraq
  • Korea 28-21 Chile


Quarterfinals

  • Mexico 43-32 Korea


Classification 7/8
  • Czechoslovakia 39-38 Korea


Squad

An Byeong-Seok, Bang Won-Sun, Chang Ri-Jin, Jo Deuk-Jun, Gang Bong-Hyeon, Kim Jeong-Sin, Lee Jun-Yeong, Lee Sang-Hun, O Su-Cheol

Boxing



Cycling



Football

First Round


Quarterfinal




Squad



Weightlifting



Wrestling

Men's Freestyle


References








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