The Westfield Matildas have been drawn with Japan, Korea Republic and Vietnam in their group at the Asian Cup 2018 in Jordan.
So, how have Australia fared against Korea Republic in their most-recent three clashes?
March 4, 2016
Australia 2-0 Korea Republic (Olympic qualification match)
Having won their first two matches at the Olympic qualification tournament in Japan, the Westfield Matildas faced South Korea at Yanmar Stadium Nagai in Osaka.
Australia came roaring out of the gates with Kyah Simon opening the scoring after just 48 seconds.
Simon then earned a penalty in the 14th minute after she was fouled in the box as she looked certain to score her second.
Playing in her 50th international, Emily van Egmond calmly converted the spot kick, giving the Aussies a two-goal advantage which they never relinquished.
November 29, 2015
Australia 1-0 Korea Republic (Friendly match)
The two nations met in a friendly match at Incheon Stadium which was their final hit-out before the 2016 Olympic qualifiers.
Kyah Simon scored the game's only goal, capitalising on a defensive error to fire home Australia's winner in the 68th minute.
May 22, 2014
Australia 2-1 Korea Republic (Asian Cup semi-final)
With a spot in the final on the line, it was a titanic struggle with the Westfield Matildas prevailing in Ho Chi Minh City.
After a goalless first half, playmaker Katrina Gorry opened the scoring for the Westfield Matildas two minutes after the break, her driving shot from 20 metres out going high into the top corner.
It took just six minutes for Korea Republic to hit back, with a controversial penalty awarded. Park Eun San converted the spot-kick to make it 1-1.
Extra time looked on the cards but 13 minutes from the end Australia found the winner.
Lisa De Vanna drew a foul on the right and Elise Kellond-Knight's free-kick evaded everyone to go inside the far post.