Hwang Sun-hong or Hwang Seon-hong (born July 14, 1968) is a South Korean football former player and current manager. During most of the last two decades, Hwang was regarded as a Korean goalscoring sensation. He made his international debut against Japan on December 6, 1988 and led the Korean national team from the 1990 World Cup to the 2002 World Cup though his career suffered a blip when an injury forced him to miss the 1998 tournament because a Chinese player had severely injured him in France. Hwang participated at the 1996 Summer Olympics as wild card player.

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  • Hwang Sun-hong or Hwang Seon-hong (born July 14, 1968) is a South Korean football former player and current manager. During most of the last two decades, Hwang was regarded as a Korean goalscoring sensation. He made his international debut against Japan on December 6, 1988 and led the Korean national team from the 1990 World Cup to the 2002 World Cup though his career suffered a blip when an injury forced him to miss the 1998 tournament because a Chinese player had severely injured him in France. A dangerous striker who excelled in putting the ball into the net, Hwang was South Korea's most consistent forward for much of the past decade, and his absence due to injury played a major part in the team's poor showing in France 98. Hwang was South Korea's outstanding player in the 2001 Confederations Cup, scoring against Mexico and Australia, as well as against Germany in the 1994 World Cup. He was arguably one of Asia's finest finishers in recent times, and was short-listed for the prestigious Asian Player of the Year award in 2002. Hwang participated at the 1996 Summer Olympics as wild card player. (en)
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  • Hwang Sun-hong or Hwang Seon-hong (born July 14, 1968) is a South Korean football former player and current manager. During most of the last two decades, Hwang was regarded as a Korean goalscoring sensation. He made his international debut against Japan on December 6, 1988 and led the Korean national team from the 1990 World Cup to the 2002 World Cup though his career suffered a blip when an injury forced him to miss the 1998 tournament because a Chinese player had severely injured him in France. Hwang participated at the 1996 Summer Olympics as wild card player. (en)
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