The women’s national handball team departed for Paris, France, this morning to compete at the World Championships. This year’s World Women’s Handball Championship will be co-hosted by Denmark, Sweden and Norway from Nov. 29 to Dec. 17. South Korea, coached by Henrik Signell (Sweden), will play their group stage matches in Norway before heading to France for practice matches against Cameroon and France.
The 26th edition of the World Women’s Handball Championship will feature 32 nations, divided into eight groups, with the top three nations from each group advancing to the finals, where the top two nations from each group will play in the quarterfinals to determine the winner .Korea, which began training at the Jincheon Athletes’ Village in Chungcheongbuk-do on Nov. 13, is in Group C alongside Norway, Greenland and Austria .South Korea has won the biennial world championship once before, in 1995. In the last edition, in 2021, they finished 14th out of 32 토토사이트 countries. Their last quarterfinal appearance was a sixth-place finish in 2009 in China.