Japan's new Olympics Minister Seiko Hashimoto has dismissed calls from South Korea to ban the "Rising Sun" Flag at Tokyo 2020, as she became the latest official to comment on the row threatening to overshadow next year's Olympic Games.
South Korea has taken its complaint over Japan's refusal to ban the Rising Sun Flag at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Talks are reportedly continuing about North and South Korea forming a unified women's hockey team at Tokyo 2020, despite the advanced stage of the qualification process.
The 2019 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championship is set to begin tomorrow in Gangneung.
South Korea has called on Japan to ban the country's Rising Sun Flag at Tokyo 2020 after claiming it represents a "militaristic and imperial past".
Russia bans women's volleyball coach for two matches over slant-eyed gesture after South Korea victory
Russia has banned its women's volleyball head coach Sergio Busato for two matches after he made a slant-eyed racist gesture at the end of a match against South Korea earlier this month in an Olympic qualifying tournament.
South Korea took gold medals in three cadet team events on the last day of the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
South Korea and Japan are through to the men's junior team recurve final after both sides came through their last-four matches at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
South Korea and China have won the second-round pools at the Asian Women's Volleyball Championship, with the teams involved in the semi-finals having already been decided.
South Korea is threatening to review plans to hold a pre-Olympic Games training camp in Japan next year because of concerns relating to radioactivity from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Hosts South Korea beat Chinese Taipei to secure their place in the semi-finals of the Asian Women's Volleyball Championship in Seoul.
The Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KSOC) has written to Tokyo 2020 organisers to express concern about food from Fukushima being served at the Games.
China and hosts South Korea have both secured their place in the second round of the Asian Women's Volleyball Championships after making it a perfect two wins out of two in their respective groups in Seoul today.
Chinese Taipei and South Korea were the stand-out performers in senior kyorugi competition at the Asian Taekwondo Open Championships in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, claiming four gold medals each.
Defending champions and top seeds Japan go in search of a fifth Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship title when the 20th edition of the now biennial event starts in Seoul tomorrow.