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Park Jong-Hwan Personal information Full name Park Jong-Hwan Date of birth 9 February 1938 (1938-02-09) (age 73) Place of birth Ongjin, South Hwanghae, South Korea Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in) Playing position Manager Youth career Team Kyunghee University Teams managed Years Team 1966-?? Dankook Technical High School 1976-?? Seoul City FC 1980-1983 South Korea U-20 1983-1984 South Korea 1986-1988 South Korea 1988-1996 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 1990 South Korea 1995 South Korea 1996 South Korea 1999-?? Soongmin Wonders women's FC 2002-2006 Daegu FC ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 3 September 2008 This is a Korean name; the family name is Park. Park Jong-Hwan (Hangul: 박종환 born 9 February 1938) is a South Korean football manager. Achievement Manager 1980 : AFC Youth Championship with South Korea U-20 1982 : AFC Youth Championship with South Korea U-20 1983 : FIFA Youth Championship 4th with South Korea U-20 1992 : Adidas Cup with Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 1993 : K-League with Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 1994 : K-League with Ilhwa Chunma 1995 : K-League with Ilhwa Chunma 1996 : AFC Champions League with Ilhwa Chunma 1997 : AFC Champions League runner-up with Chunan Ilhwa Chunma References Naver People search (Korean) Korea Football Association (Korean) 냉혹한 승부사, 박종환 감독 (Korean) v · d · eSouth Korea squad – 1996 AFC Asian Cup 1 Kim Byung-Ji • 2 Kim Pan-Keun • 3 Park Kwang-Hyun • 4 Kang Chul • 5 Huh Ki-Tae • 6 Shin Hong-Gi • 7 Shin Tae-Yong • 8 Roh Sang-Rae • 9 Kim Do-Hoon • 11 Ko Jeong-Woon • 12 Lee Ki-Hyung • 13 Park Nam-Yeol • 17 Ha Seok-Ju • 18 Hwang Sun-Hong • 19 Seo Jung-Won • 20 Hong Myung-Bo • 21 Kim Bong-Soo • 22 Lee Young-Jin • 23 Yoo Sang-Chul • 24 Kim Joo-Sung • Coach: Park Jong-Hwan v · d · eSouth Korea national football team – Managers Park Jung-Hwi (1948) · Lee Young-Min (1948) · Park Jung-Hwi (1948) · Kim Hwa-Jip (1952–54) · Lee Yoo-Hyung (1954) · Kim Yong-Sik (1954–55) · Park Jung-Hwi (1955–56) · Lee Yoo-Hyung (1956–58) · Kim Keun-Chan (1958–59) · Chung Kook-Chin (1959–60) · Kim Yong-Sik (1960) · Wi Hye-Deok (1960–61) · Lee Yoo-Hyung (1961) · Lee Jong-Gap (1961–62) · Min Byung-Dae (1962–64) · Chung Kook-Chin (1964–65) · Chung Nam-Sik (1965–66) · Min Byung-Dae (1966) · Jang Kyung-Hwan (1967) · Park Il-Gap (1968) · Kim Yong-Sik (1969) · Kang Jun-Young (1969) · Han Hong-Ki (1970–71) · Hong Deok-Young (1971) · Park Byung-Seok (1971–72) · Ham Heung-Cheol (1972) · Min Byung-Dae (1972–73) · Choi Young-Keun (1974–72) · Ham Heung-Cheol (1974–76) · Mun Jeong-Sik (1976) · Choi Chung-Min (1977) · Kim Jung-Nam (a.i.) (1977) · Ham Heung-Cheol (1978–79) · Jang Kyung-Hwan (1979–80) · Kim Jung-Nam(a.i.) (1980–82) · Choi Eun-Taek (1982) · Kim Jung-Nam (1982–83) · Cho Yoon-Ok (1983) · Park Jong-Hwan (1983–84) · Mun Jeong-Sik (1984–85) · Kim Jung-Nam (1985–86) · Park Jong-Hwan (1986–88) · Kim Jung-Nam (1988) · Lee Hoi-Taek (1988–90) · Lee Cha-Man (1990) · Park Jong-Hwan (1990–91) · Ko Jae-Wook (1991) · Kim Ho (1992–94) · Byshovets (1994–95) · Park Jong-Hwan (1995) · Huh Jung-Moo (1995) · Jeong Byeong-Tak (1995) · Ko Jae-Wook (1995) · Park Jong-Hwan (1996–97) · Cha Bum-Kun (1997–98) · Kim Pyung-Seok (a.i.) (1998) · Huh Jung-Moo (1998–00) · Hiddink (2000–02) · Kim Ho-Gon (a.i.) (2002) · Coelho (2002–04) · Park Seong-Hwa (a.i.) (2004) · Bonfrere (2004–05) · Advocaat (2005–06) · Verbeek (2006–07) · Ghotbi (a.i.) (2007) · Huh Jung-Moo (2007–10) · Cho Kwang-Rae (2010–) v · d · eSeongnam Ilhwa Chunma – Managers Park Jong-Hwan (1989–95) · Lee Jang-Soo (1996) · Desaeyere (1997–98) · Cha Kyung-Bok (1998–04) · Kim Hak-Beom (2005–08) · Shin Tae-Yong (2009–) v · d · eDaegu FC – Managers Park Jong-Hwan (2003–2006) · Byun Byung-Joo (2007–2009) · Lee Young-Jin (2010–) Persondata Name Park, Jong-Hwan Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 February 1938 Place of birth South Korea Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to South Korea association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e