The Republic of Korea has become the 20th country to join the Invictus Games Foundation and will appear in the 2020 competition in The Hague.
The announcement comes as Invictus Games founder, the Duke of Sussex, and his wife revealed they are stepping back as senior members of the royal family.
Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games in 2014, while still serving in the British Army.
This year, the 11 Korean athletes will be competing in archery, athletics, cycling, indoor rowing, powerlifting, and swimming.
Speaking to the Invictus Foundation, Korean competitor Hyunmin Jeong said: "Through participation in sport, and in the Invictus Games, we hope to remind ourselves once again of the importance of dedication, perseverance, and tenacity which will help us navigate through the most difficult times."
Tim Leader Kim Deok Nam is the President of Korea Disables Veterans Organisation and said: "We are very pleased to be invited to send a team to participate in the Invictus Games The Hague 2020.
"We look forward to seeing Korean military personnel leaping forward as a symbol of hope and honour."
CEO of the Invictus Games Foundation, Dominic Reid, agreed with the sentiment.
"We are tremendously excited to be announcing the Republic of Korea as the 20th participating nation in time for the 2020 Games," he said.
“We know that the positive impact of the Games grows as it becomes more and more international. And so we look forward to welcoming them to The Hague later this year.”
The Invictus Games will begin in The Hague, Netherlands on 9 May.
Cover image: Cyclists competing at the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia (Picture: MOD).