Huh Jung-Moo has sprung a couple of surprises in his 25-man squad for Korea Republic's upcoming friendlies against Denmark and Serbia.

Former West Bromwich midfielder Kim Do-Heon is named for the first time since returning to the K-League in the summer and there is also a recall for defender Kwak Tae-Hwi. The Chunnam Dragons star is back to full fitness following a lengthy injury.

Park Ji-Sung is included despite a recent knee injury, while in-form Bolton star Lee Chung-Yong has also been called up along with fellow English Premier League players Seol Ki-Hyeon of Fulham and Wigan Athletic's Cho Won-Hee.

The South Koreans face Denmark at Parken on 14 November and Serbia four days later at Craven Cottage as the Taeguk Warriors step up preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

Korea Republic squad: Lee Woon-jae (Suwon), Kim Young-kwang (Ulsan), Jung Sung-ryeong (Seongnam); Cho Yong-hyeong, Kang Min-soo (both Jeju), Lee Jang-soo (Kyoto) Kim Hyung-il (Pohang) Kim Dong-jin (Zenit St. Petersburg) Kwak Tae-hwi (Chunnam) Cha Du-ri (Freiburg) Lee Young-pyo (Al Hilal), Kim Jung-woo (Seongnam) Ki Sung-yong, Kim Chi-woo (Seoul) Kim Nam-il (Vissel Kobe) Yoem Ki-hoon (Ulsan) Park Ji-sung (Manchester United) Cho Won-hee (Wigan) Kim Do-heon (Suwon), Lee Keun-ho (Jubilo, Iwata,) Park Chu-young (Monaco) Lee Dong-hook (Jeonbuk) Seol Ki-hyeon (Fulham)