New South Korea Kit 12-13- Nike Korea Republic Home Shirt 2012-2013

This is the new South Korea kit 2012/13, Republic of Korea’s new home shirt for 2012/2013. The new Korean home shirt 12/13 was officially unveiled by Nike on April 16, 2012. The likes of Arsenal FC’s Park Chu Young will don this jersey in international games during 2012 and 2013. With the Korean away 2012/2013 jersey released earlier this year, this completes the list of shirt releases for the Taeguk Warriors for 2012.

The Nike logo on this new 2012 Korea home shirt is white in colour, as can be seen from the picture below.

Also check out other Euro 2012 national team strips as well as 2012/2013 international team shirts.

New South Korea Home Kit 2012 2013

Korea Republic Home Shirt 2012

6 thoughts on “New South Korea Kit 12-13- Nike Korea Republic Home Shirt 2012-2013

  1. Insight

    This 2012/13 South Korea Home jersey looks too plain and uncreative in its design. It is nothing more than a red jersey with a new fabrics. I liked the Away version. This one is disappointing.

  2. korean boy

    i’m korean. its too simple. It looks like grandmother’s red long johns. suck

  3. Jae

    Disappointing. Nike’s designs for Korea National team is getting from bad to worse!!! I still prfer the 2002 Jerseys for both red and the white. They are so far the best. 2004’s getting worse. 2006 got worse, 2008 got even worse. and 2010 didn’t show improvement. Now in 2012, it’s the worst home jersey for Korea in 20 years!!!! The away white one is still forgivable but this red one is nothing but a t-shirt with just a logo of the KFA and Nike. Hey Nike!! wake up your designers. Where are they from? Do they know about soccer? Do they know that Adidas designers have designed better jerseys than Nike in recent time? I’m really really disappointed to pay a pay to buy this design. I bought it because of my liking of the team, not because I love the Jersey design.

  4. sasasdasd

    How come these South Korean jerseys do not have those cool features like the holes on the side or the “T” on the shoulders?

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