Korea loses to Slovenia in the final of the World Women’s Handball Championship

The South Korean women’s national handball team lost their first game of the World Championship final.The Koreans fell 27-31 to Slovenia in the first game of the Final Four on Day 8 of the 26th World Women’s Handball Championship in Trondheim, Norway, on Sunday (July 7).Korea, which entered the final with a 2-0 record in the group stage, finished fifth among the six nations in Pool 2 with three losses.The Koreans pulled within two goals of Slovenia on back-to-back goals by Ryu Eunhee (Győri, Hungary) in the final minute of the first half, but went into halftime trailing 14-19.In the second half, the gap widened to 10 goals at one point, but Korea made a late charge and closed the gap to four goals.Ryu Eun-hee led the way with 12 goals, 스포츠토토존 while Woo Beetna (Seoul Metropolitan Government) and Shin Eun-joo (Incheon City Hall) added five goals apiece.