The South Korean National Soccer Team will be playing a friendly match against Spain in May.
The 2010 World Cup Champions are currently at the number 1 position in the FIFA Rankings, while Korea is at the 30th position.
The Korea Football Association announced on Wednesday that South Korea will play a friendly match against Spain in May in order to prepare for the final Asian qualifying round for the 2014 World Cup.
The Korea Football Association also said that the match will be held either in Australia or Switzerland on May 30.
Korea, previously hosted a friendly against Spain in Austria and Spain won 1-0
Coach Choi Kang-Hee said that the primary aim of the friendly match against the World Champions is to help his team, as they prepare to play Qatar on June 8, which will be their first match in the final Asian Qualification round for Brazil 2014.
He also said that, in Europe the soccer season ends in May and the friendly will give them an opportunity to check out their players in Europe.
In the final Asian qualifying round, which kicks off in June, 10 teams have been divided into two groups of five and the top-two teams from the two groups will automatically qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals.
Korea has been grouped with Iran, Uzbekistan, Lebanon and Qatar.
Korea will play its first qualifying match against Qatar on June 8.