Hello, and welcome to Prime Time Sports. I'm Steven Choi.
In the world of sports, results are king. With that in mind, South Korea's lackluster performances in recent matches have pushed them down to 57th on the FIFA world rankings.
Of the five friendlies they played in 2014, they won only 2 and lost 3, scoring 3 goals, while conceding 7.
But, with the World Cup just over a week away, the national team is less concerned about rankings and more about getting into top form after a recent loss to Tunisia.