On the South Korea 22/23 away jersey, Nike represents the Taegeuk in the form of the Hallyu. Still with us? The Taegeuk – the multi-color symbol on the Korean flag – represents the balance of the universe, similar to yin and yang except often depicted with three forces, rather than two. Red (Heaven), Blue (Earth) and Yellow (Humanity) clash and collide to hold our world together – but this time they’re interpreted in abstract fashion, flowing and waving across the kit like the Hallyu – the wave of Korean pop culture that’s overflowed internationally in the last decade. A collision of concept to create something entirely unique, some of Nike and South Korea’s best work in a year they’ll need it most.
• Replica – an officially licensed jersey that replicates the match-worn jerseys that professionals wear. Built for the everyday supporter and features a looser fit and standard fabric technology. Sewn or embroidered crests make these very machine-wash friendly
• Dri-FIT Technology – a high-performance, microfiber polyester fabric that wicks sweat away from the body and allows for increased airflow
• 100% polyester
• Officially licensed