Results

Naiste MM 09/27 01:30 5 Puerto Rico, naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised L 92-73
Naiste MM 09/26 04:00 4 Lõuna-Korea, naised v USA - naised L 69-145
Naiste MM 09/24 08:00 3 Bosnia ja Hertsegoviina, naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised W 66-99
Naiste MM 09/23 03:00 2 Belgia - naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised L 84-61
Naiste MM 09/22 07:30 1 [5] Lõuna-Korea, naised v Hiina - naised [5] L 44-107
Rahvuskoondised – naised 08/20 10:00 - Lõuna-Korea, naised v Läti - naised W 71-66
Rahvuskoondised – naised 08/19 10:00 - Lõuna-Korea, naised v Läti - naised W 56-55
FIBA MM - naised - kval 02/13 14:00 3 [2] Austraalia - naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised [3] L 79-61
FIBA MM - naised - kval 02/12 17:00 2 [4] Brasiilia, naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised [3] W 74-76
FIBA MM - naised - kval 02/10 20:00 1 [3] Lõuna-Korea, naised v Serbia - naised [3] L 62-65
FIBA Asia Championships Women 10/03 09:00 50 [2] Austraalia - naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised [2] L 88-58
FIBA Asia Championships Women 10/02 09:00 2 [1] Hiina - naised v Lõuna-Korea, naised [2] L 93-69

The South Korea women's national basketball team is administered by the Korea Basketball Association (Korean: 대한농구협회; Daehan Nonggu Hyeobhoe).

History

Team South Korea’s greatest success was at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games, when they took silver.

They finished fourth at the 2000 Summer Olympics and eighth at the 2008 Beijing Games.

In February 2020, South Korea qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics through beating Great Britain during the FIBA Qualifying Tournament in Belgrade, Serbia. It is South Korea's first appearance at the tournament since 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

South Korea will play in group A alongside world No. 3 Spain, No. 4 Canada and No. 8 Serbia. The Koreans will look for at least one win in group A as the top two countries of each group advance to the quarterfinals.