Line Player: Kang Eun Hye (Busan Infrastructure Corporation) Most Valuable Player (MVP): Kang Kyung Min (Gwangju City Corporation) Top Scorer: Kang Kyung Min (Gwangju City Corporation) – 123 goals Most Assists: Kim A Young (Daegu City Hall) – 68 Most Saves: Park Sae Young (Gyeongnam Development Corporation) – 200
Handball M. KOR. Kim Jae-hwan. Yoon Tae-il.
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Lee Mi-gyeong (handballer) In this Korean name, the family name is Lee. Lee Mi-gyeong ( Korean : 이미경; born 2 October 1991) is a South Korean handball player for Busan BISCO and the South Korean national team .
Team. Lee Mi-Young (born January 28, 1969) is a South Korean team handball player and Olympic champion. She participated at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, and received a gold medal with the Korean team. She competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, where she again received a gold medal.
Right back Kim Jin Young, who is still 20 years old, has been the top performer for the team with 26 goals in their first four games. “We are still getting to grips with the type of handball played by our opponents and I feel this is a good experience for me, we are basically learning a new type of handball.
Notable players. Lim O-kyeong – World Handball Player of the Year (1996) Kim Hyun-mee – World Handball Player of the Year (1989) See also. South Korea men's national handball team; References
Kang Tan (born 22 September 1999) is a Korean handball player for Korea National Sport University and the Korean national team. He represented Korea at the 2019 World Men's Handball Championship .   
Kim Kyung-Soon (born December 10, 1965) is a South Korean team handball player and Olympic champion. She received a silver medal with the South Korean team at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, and she received a gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.