The South Korean men's national football celebrated a win Thursday evening in their second World Cup qualifier, beating Sri Lanka eight-nil.
They played in Hwaseong, just south of Seoul, where South Korea's towering striker Kim Shin-wook found the back of the net four times.
Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min scored a brace to get South Korea off to a perfect start in Group H.
The eight-nil victory is the biggest win for the squad since Paulo Bento took over as head coach in August last year.
Meanwhile, Vietnam, coached by South Korea's 'Park Hang-seo,' beat Malaysia one-nil on Thursday, earning their first win in Group G.