SOUTH Korea's talented Olympic squad arrived in the territory yesterday in a buoyant mood for Sunday's Asian Group C qualifier against Hong Kong. Backed by a string of highly impressive results in their build-up towards qualifying for Atlanta '96, South Korea are expected to provide the territory with a daunting task at the Mongkok Stadium. Making their third trip to the territory since first competing in the Carlsberg Cup Lunar New Year tournament, where they finished runners-up to former European power Yugoslavia, the Koreans look to have the territory's under-23 Olympic squad covered. Led by former Commonwealth of Independent States head coach Anatoli Byshovets, South Korea are confident of getting their Olympic campaign off to a good start. 'We are coming to Hong Kong in good form. We have played at Mongkok Stadium before and we know the conditions,' the former Russian coach said. Byshovets had a first-hand look at the territory when he went on a spying mission at the Mongkok Stadium and saw Hong Kong's under-23 side lose 2-1 to Macau in last night's annual Interport. The Koreans beat the full Hong Kong national squad, which was strengthened by three foreign players, 3-2 at Mongkok Stadium to qualify for the final of the Dynasty Cup in February. After their defeat to Japan in the final, the Koreans went on tour to Europe where they beat the Swiss Olympic squad 2-1, thrashed Tunisia 5-1 and won all three matches against Italian Third Division clubs. They held Ghana to a 0-0 draw and then drew 0-0 with Brazilian club Botafogo in Korea.