On Sunday, the victorious Korean side returned home having picked up gold at the Asian Games. With joyful fans greeting them at Incheon International Airport.
Kim Hak-bum the Korean boss led the country to gold with a 2-1 extra time victory over Japan. The gold for Korea was their second consecutive win at the Asian Games having picked up gold in 2014. This means in total the country have picked up a record five Asian Games gold.
The boss who kept his boss in delivering gold came home to a welcoming ceremony at the airport with hundreds of football fans welcoming them.
"It's good to win. It seems that the athletes have worked hard to get good results. I would like to thank all the fans who supported me." The under-23 coach said on Sunday evening.
He went on to say he spent yesterday calming down after the excitement and talked with his players about the great achievement.
While he had a special mention for Uzbekistan saying, "Uzbekistan and the quarterfinals were the hardest. It was harsh. That was the hardest time. The players themselves played the most difficult games."
The coach was then asked if he would be in charge of the Olympics in Tokyo and commented that he had not thought about it yet.