The friendly match between Turkish and South Korean national teams on Wednesday ended 0-0 in the northern Turkish province of Trabzon.
Turkey enjoyed the majority of possession throughout the game, while Asian Cup semifinalist South Korea looked to play on the counter attack.
It was a poignant match for Turkey's Dutch coach Guus Hiddink, who was in charge of South Korea in 2002 when Turkey beat them 3-2 to clinch third place in the World Cup.
His side made a strong start with Umut Bulut going close to putting Turkey ahead in the sixth minute when his close range header was saved by South Korea keeper Jung Sung-ryong.
Six minutes later Hamit Altintop fired in a long range shot which the keeper knocked wide of the post.
Despite being a man short Turkey sprang back into life in the final 10 minutes when a header from Colin Kazim forced a good save from Jung.
Stadium: Huseyin Avni Aker
Referees: Sergii Boiko, Oleg Pluzhnyk, Sergii Bekker (Ukraine)
Turkey: Volka, Servet, Serdar Kesimal, Ismail Koybasi, Sabri (Yigit), Serkan (Gokhan Gonul), Emre, Hamit (Burak), Selcuk, Mehmet Ekici (Tunay), Umut (Kazim)
South Korea: Jun Sung Ryong, Hwang Jae Won, Hong Jeong Ho, Lee Yong Rae (Choi Hyo Jin), Ji Dong Won (Kim Shin Wook), Park Chu Young, Hong Chul, Koo Ja Cheol (Yoon Bitgaram), Lee Jung Soo, Ki Sung Yueng, Nam Tae Hee (Choi Sung Kuk)
Yellow cards: Turkey - Emre (min. 59), Burak (min. 71) South Korea - Hong Jeong Ho (min. 31), Koo Ja Cheol (min. 59)
Red card: Emre min. 60 (Turkey)
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