Korea Domestic Championship

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The Korea Domestic Championship (Korean : 전국종합아이스하키선수권대회) is an annual ice hockey tournament played in South Korea. Any team from South Korea could participate, as long as it is a member of the Korea Ice Hockey Association.

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The Korean Air Force team plays Jeon-yeon University for the 9th Korean Domestic Championship Korairforcejeonyeonhockey.png
The Korean Air Force team plays Jeon-yeon University for the 9th Korean Domestic Championship

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