South Korea coach Huh Jung-Moo has made it clear that his team will not crumble in the face of mighty Argentina when they meet in next year's World Cup in South Africa.
The South Koreans and La Albiceleste have been placed in Group B along with Nigeria and Greece in the battle to compete for the top two group slots and advance to the last 16.
"I can't find any flaws in the Argentine team," coach Huh Jung-Moo told Yonhap news agency. "The team has been a little sluggish during regional preliminary rounds, but it is still one of the world's strongest football teams."
Huh played for South Korea when they lost 3-1 to Argentina during the 1986 tournament in Mexico and is determined there will be a different outcome this time.
"I was a player at that time and now I'm leading a team," Huh said. "I don't want to crumble without making an effort to win."
South Korea will take on Greece on June 12 in Port Elizabeth and Argentina on June 17 in Johannesburg before meeting Nigeria on June 22 in Durban.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com