Song Chung-song

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Korea NorthNorth Korea  Song Chung-song Ice hockey player
Date of birth May 28, 1984
size 170 cm
Weight 70 kg
position striker
Shot hand Left
Career stations
1999-2008 Pyongchol
Korean spelling
Chosŏn'gŭl 성 정성
Seong Jeong-seong
Sŏng Chŏngsŏng

Song Chung-song (born May 18, 1984 ) is a former North Korean ice hockey player and current coach. He is currently the coach of the North Korean national team .


Song Chung-song first took part in the U18 World Cup 2000 in Asia-Oceania Division 1 with the North Korean offspring . After the promotion achieved there, he played at the 2001 World Cup in Division I, in which relegation was narrowly missed by a 4-5 defeat against Denmark .

For the North Korean men's national team , he played for the first time in 2002 in the qualification for Division II , which the North Koreans won. He was able to take part in the World Championships of Division II in 2003 , 2004 , 2005 and 2006 . In 2008 he played with his team in Division III, but achieved promotion back to Division II with five wins in five games.

At club level, he played for Pyongchol in the North Korean ice hockey league and was the North Korean national champion with the team in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2008.

Coaching career

After the end of his playing career, Song worked as a coach. He was assistant coach of the North Korean youngsters at the U20 World Cup 2011 in Division III and head coach of the North Korean men at the World Cup 2018 in Division II.

Achievements and Awards

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