The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) has been recognised by the Korean Minister of Culture, Sport and Tourism for its work teaching the martial art to refugees around the world.
Indonesia - the most successful team in Thomas Cup history - and 2010 Uber Cup winners South Korea have become the latest countries to pull out of next month's Thomas and Uber Cup Finals, further putting the event in doubt.
The 2020 Korea National Spring Weightlifting Championships were successfully held over eight days with strict COVID-19 measures in place.
The Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KSOC) has reported successful results from its "stay active" challenge.
Kim Kyung-Moon has been confirmed as South Korea's team manager for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic baseball tournament.
South Korea has delivered a donation of taewkondo equipment to Rwanda worth ₩25,000 (£16,500/$20,000/€18,000).
South Korean triathlete Choi Suk-hyeon has taken her own life after enduring years of physical and verbal abuse from her coaching staff.
Work to construct a new "taekwondo village" is due to begin at the end of this month in Muju in South Korea.
The prospect of a joint Seoul and Pyongyang bid for the 2032 Olympic Games appears to have taken another blow after North Korea blew up a joint liaison office with the South.
New dates in February have been confirmed for the Tokyo 2020 women's football playoff between China and South Korea, after agreement between all parties.
Olympic silver medallist Wang Ki-chun has been given a life ban by the Korea Judo Association (KJA) following an alleged sexual assault on a minor.
Olympic short track speed skating gold medallist Lim Hyo-jun has been found guilty of sexual harassment after he pulled down a male colleague's trousers in front of female team mates last year.
The Korea Baseball Organisation (KBO) League began its 2020 season with five games behind closed doors.
Mongolia and South Korea have signed a bilateral cooperation agreement to boost the development of boxing in both countries.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has suspended all events until at least the end of July and is seeking to "reduce operation costs" in light of the coronavirus pandemic.