African champions Zambia will play against South Korea on August 15 as part of their build-up to the final qualifier for the 2013 AFCON.
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) vice-president Boniface Mwamelo said that the friendly will be played in Seoul.
"South Korea are one of the strongest teams in Asia and they are currently ranked 35th in the world so we feel that they will give our African champions a good preparatory match which can help the technical bench assess the players," Mwamelo told the Zambia Daily Mail.
Zambia will use the game as a warm-up to their 2013 Africa Cup of Nations third round qualifier that will be played between September and October.
The Chipolopolo are one of the 15 seeded teams for the July 5 AFCON draw in Johannesburg, South Africa.
This is the second time in two years that Zambia and South Korea will meet in a friendly.
Zambia beat South Korea 4-2 at the Rand Stadium in Johannesburg on January 10, 2010 as part of the Asian team%u2019s preparations for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Zambia have also secured another test game to be played with players mostly from the domestic league against Malawi on July 6 in Blantyre.