Hwaseong IBK Altos is a South Korean women's professional volleyball team founded in 2011, making it the youngest team in the league. In the 2012−13 V-League season, just one year after the team was founded, the club won both the regular season title, having won 25 out of 30 regular season games, and its first championship.
Hwaseong FC is a South Korean amateur football club based in Hwaseong, South Korea. They currently play in the K3 League, the fourth tier of the South Korean football league system.
Nexen Heroes Baseball Club is a South Korean professional baseball team based in Seoul. They are a member of the KBO League which culminates in the Korean Series.
Busan Transportation Corporation FC, often referred to as 'the mighty' Busan Transportation Corporation FC is a semi-professional South Korean soccer club based in the city of Busan. The currently playing in K3 League for the 2020 season.
Hwaseong or Hwasong can refer to:
Hwaseong Fortress or Suwon Hwaseong is a fortification surrounding the centre of Suwon, the provincial capital of Gyeonggi-do, in South Korea. It was built from 1794 to 1796 by King Jeongjo of the Joseon Dynasty to house and honour the remains of his father, Prince Sado.
Hwaseong is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It has the largest area of farmland of any city or county in Gyeonggi Province.
The Hwaseong serial murders are an unsolved serial murder case that occurred in the South Korean city of Hwaseong between September 15, 1986 and April 3, 1991. In each case, a woman or girl was found bound and murdered.
Hwaseong Sports Complex is a group of sports facilities in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi, South Korea. The complex consists of the Hwaseong Stadium, Hwaseong Indoor Arena.
Hwaseong Heroes Baseball Park is a baseball stadium in Hwaseong, South Korea. The stadium is used by the Hwaseong Heroes of the KBO Futures League.
The Hwasong-7 , also known as Rodong-1 (Hangul: 로동 1호; Hanja: 蘆洞 1號) or Nodong-1 (Hangul: 노동 1호; Hanja: 蘆洞 1號), is a single-stage, mobile liquid propellant medium-range ballistic missile developed by North Korea. Developed in the mid-1980s, it is a scaled up adaptation of the Soviet SS-1, more commonly known by its NATO reporting name "Scud".