ULSAN, South Korea — South Korea and Serbia scored within five minutes of each other in the second half and drew their friendly 1-1 on Tuesday.

Serbia midfielder Adem Llajic scored first in the 57th minute, and Koo Ja-cheol equalized from the penalty spot.

Forward Son Heung-min, who scored both goals when South Korea defeated Colombia 2-1 on Friday, missed a late chance to give the home side another win.

Captain Branislav Ivanovic made his 100th appearance for Serbia.

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