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The South Korean soccer team, headed by Paulo Bento, will face Lebanon and North Korea in the second round of the Qatar World Cup Asia in 2022. Don't be vigilant, but objectively, you've avoided the 'zo of death'.

Korea will be included in Group H of Lebanon, North Korea, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka and Group H at the 2nd round of the 2022 Qatar World Cup Asia qualifiers held at the AFC House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on June 17 at 6 pm (Korea time).
The World Cup Asia 2nd Round Qualifiers will be held until June 2020, which is divided into eight groups of five teams. A total of 12 countries, including the top eight in each group and the four of the top two in the group, have qualified for the 4.5 World Cup finals assigned to Asia.

The World Cup journey begins in earnest with the second qualifier draw. South Korea attended the group draw, which Bento directly held in Malaysia.

South Korea (37th) was ranked as the top seed among the five ports because of the FIFA ranking in Asia after Iran (20th) and Japan (28th). Australia (43th), Qatar (55th), UAE (67th), Saudi Arabia (69th) and China (73th) will be assigned to Port 1 and will not face each other in the second qualifying round.

It is not bad to avoid the burdens of Iraq, Uzbekistan and Syria, with the greatest interest in port two. All three countries say that the power does not drop much compared to those in port one.

Lebanon recently met four times in the second round of the 2018 Russia World Cup qualifiers and the 2014 Brazil World Cup qualifiers, leading three wins and one draw. What catches the eye is that they are in line with North Korea (122th). It is noteworthy whether the Pyongyang expedition will be completed as the inter-Korean confrontation is confirmed.

South Korea played in pairs with North Korea in the third and final qualifiers for the 2010 South Africa World Cup, but played in Shanghai, China, where the North avoided the Pyongyang home game. However, given that the relations between the two countries have changed, it is impossible to exclude the picture of the inter-Korean soccer teams facing each other in Pyongyang.

It is not bad to consider the fatigue of traveling with North Korea as well as with Sri Lanka. However, the Lebanese and Turkmenistan wars must face a hard road.

South Korea will play their first match against Sri Lanka on September 10, home games against Turkmenistan on October 10, and North Korea on October 15. Later, on November 14th, the 2019 expedition to Lebanon will end.

Afterwards, Sri Lanka (home), March 31, Turkmenistan (expedition), North Korea (home) on June 4, and Lebanon (away) on June 9 will be played next year.

◇ 2022 Qatar World Cup Asia Regional Qualifiers

Group A  Guam Maldives Philippines Syria China
 B = Nepal Kuwait Taiwan Jordan Australia
Group C  Cambodia Hong Kong Bahrain Iraq Iran
Group D  Singapore Yemen Palestine Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia
Group E  Bangladesh Afghanistan India Oman Qatar
Mongolia Myanmar Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Japan
Group G  Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Vietnam UAE
Group H  Sri Lanka Turkmenistan North Lebanon South Korea

2022 World Cup 2nd Qualifiers Lebanon and Group H 'Good' (General)

The South Korean soccer team, headed by Paulo Bento, will face Lebanon and North Korea in the second round of the Qatar World Cup Asia in 2022. Don't be vigilant, but objectively, you've avoided the 'zo of death'.

Korea will be included in Group H of Lebanon, North Korea, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka and Group H at the 2nd round of the 2022 Qatar World Cup Asia qualifiers held at the AFC House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on June 17 at 6 pm (Korea time).
The World Cup Asia 2nd Round Qualifiers will be held until June 2020, which is divided into eight groups of five teams. A total of 12 countries, including the top eight in each group and the four of the top two in the group, have qualified for the 4.5 World Cup finals assigned to Asia.

The World Cup journey begins in earnest with the second qualifier draw. South Korea attended the group draw, which Bento directly held in Malaysia.

South Korea (37th) was ranked as the top seed among the five ports because of the FIFA ranking in Asia after Iran (20th) and Japan (28th). Australia (43th), Qatar (55th), UAE (67th), Saudi Arabia (69th) and China (73th) will be assigned to Port 1 and will not face each other in the second qualifying round.

It is not bad to avoid the burdens of Iraq, Uzbekistan and Syria, with the greatest interest in port two. All three countries say that the power does not drop much compared to those in port one.

Lebanon recently met four times in the second round of the 2018 Russia World Cup qualifiers and the 2014 Brazil World Cup qualifiers, leading three wins and one draw. What catches the eye is that they are in line with North Korea (122th). It is noteworthy whether the Pyongyang expedition will be completed as the inter-Korean confrontation is confirmed.

South Korea played in pairs with North Korea in the third and final qualifiers for the 2010 South Africa World Cup, but played in Shanghai, China, where the North avoided the Pyongyang home game. However, given that the relations between the two countries have changed, it is impossible to exclude the picture of the inter-Korean soccer teams facing each other in Pyongyang.

It is not bad to consider the fatigue of traveling with North Korea as well as with Sri Lanka. However, the Lebanese and Turkmenistan wars must face a hard road.

South Korea will play their first match against Sri Lanka on September 10, home games against Turkmenistan on October 10, and North Korea on October 15. Later, on November 14th, the 2019 expedition to Lebanon will end.

Afterwards, Sri Lanka (home), March 31, Turkmenistan (expedition), North Korea (home) on June 4, and Lebanon (away) on June 9 will be played next year.

◇ 2022 Qatar World Cup Asia Regional Qualifiers

Group A  Guam Maldives Philippines Syria China
 B = Nepal Kuwait Taiwan Jordan Australia
Group C  Cambodia Hong Kong Bahrain Iraq Iran
Group D  Singapore Yemen Palestine Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia
Group E  Bangladesh Afghanistan India Oman Qatar
Mongolia Myanmar Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Japan
Group G  Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Vietnam UAE
Group H  Sri Lanka Turkmenistan North Lebanon South Korea

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