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The purpose of this study was to examine ways of expediting the Korean-style advancement of school sports teams in a bid to revitalize school physical education to help resolve overall problems with elite sports. After an interview survey was conducted, the following findings were given:First, elite sports shouldn't merely be led by some superb players. Short-term and long-term plans should be prepared to discover and foster students who have great potential as players in various sporting events, and the government should offer more intensive assistance to school sports teams. Second, in order to facilitate the advancement of school sports teams in a manner to suit Korean circumstances, the right awareness of the ideal image of a student player that the government lately tried to build is required. That will contribute to creating a good sport culture, which will, in turn, serve to accelerate the advancement of school sports teams. Good learning environments should be prepared, and the local educational authorities should be empowered to assume the responsibility for the management of student players. Besides, it's needed to strengthen the ties among student players, their parents, school instructors and administrators. Third, two government agencies concerned, which are the Ministry of Education,Science & Technology and the Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, should make concerted efforts to revitalize elementary and secondary school physical education and push ahead with a plan of building an advanced operating system of school sports teams. To make it happen, the government agencies should set up a new department responsible for school physical education, and there will be more advanced school sports teams when they join forces in a systematic manner to be appropriate for Korean circumstances.