As a CPU, South Korea is the slowest of all characters. His Jump is also very low, which makes him unable to block most Power Shots. He very rarely uses Dash and he plays very defensively. He tends to spend most of the match in front of his goal. He never kicks the opponent unless he is also going for the ball or is trying to counter his opponents' power shots.
South Korea has black, spiky hair with a yellow outline at the front, big black eyes with a gray tint and small ears. He has a scowling face, and he doesn't seem to have a chin. His mouth and nose are small, and he seems generally angry.
South Korea's Power Shot is called "Blue Aura Shot." He yells "My Shot!" and shoots the ball horizontally towards the opponent at a high speed, which is cloaked in a blue aura. If the opponent does not counter it, he will get pushed back into his own goal and the ball will bounce off the opponent's head.
South Korea's Power Shot is very easy to block and Counter. To counter, you must jump at the right time and kick. A better way to stop it is to jump right in front of South Korea to block the shot. This makes the shot extremely likely to be deflected into his own net. This isn't hard, and it only requires some practice, but if you know how it works, you will see that South Korea is one of the worst Characters in Head Soccer. However, you mustn't get too close, or the ball will skim over the top of your body, and you will get knocked into the goal with the ball, making him not quite the worst in the whole game.
The makers of Head Soccer - D&D Dream Corp. - are from South Korea, that's why the first character in the game is South Korea.
His creator and voice Actor is Kyoung Min Kim.
When facing him as a CPU in a match, he will remarkably seldom dash or jump.
He is depicted together with Cameroon on the Menu Screen and because he is the best known character, he could be seen as the mascot of Head Soccer.
If you change the language to Korean, he will say "Pewun Tuwaei Shoot!" He is one of a few characters that have their voice changed when you have South Korean selected as your language. The others are Cameroon, Nigeria, USA, Japan and Brazil.
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The South Korean character is also in Head Basketball, where his name is Taemin. And also in Head Boxing, where his name is Dolse.