LIFEPLUS, the common brand of the Hanwha Group’s financial affiliates,
provides a wide range of solutions to enrich our customers’ lives.
Sports inspire joy and excitement, making daily life that much more special.
This aspect of sports aligns with the values
we at LIFEPLUS pursue.

By sponsoring the Hanwha Eagles and Hanwha Qcells,
the baseball and golf teams owned by the Hanwha Group,
LIFEPLUS aims to be a life companion that makes every day special
and life more abundant.


Based in the Chungcheong region, the Hanwha Eagles were founded in 1985 as the seventh franchise of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) League.

The team’s home park is the Hanwha Life Eagles Park located in Busa-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon. The Hanwha Eagles go all out and play every game with passion to make their fans happy.

  • 2023

    Moon Dong-ju wins the KBO League Rookie of the Year Award and Roh Si-hwan, the KBO League Home Run Award.

  • 2021

    Retired number of the Hanwha Eagles, #52 Kim Tae-kyun’s retirement ceremony

  • 2018

    Hanwha Eagles qualify for the postseason for the first time in 11 years. (ranked third in the regular season)

  • 2009

    Song Jin-woo’s number 21 and Jung Min-chul’s number 23 are retired by the Eagles.

  • 2006

    Ryu Hyun-jin won both the Rookie of the Year and the Season MVP awards in 2006.

  • 2001

    Kim Tae-kyun wins the KBO League Rookie of the Year Award.

  • 1999

    Hanwha Eagles win the 1999 Korean Series.

  • 1997

    Jung Min-chul throws the ninth no-hitter in KBO history.

  • 1993

    The team name is renamed the
    Hanwha Eagles.

  • 1991

    Chang Jong-hun leads the league in home runs, RBI, slugging percentage, and hits.

    Song Jin-woo, following the title of top relief pitcher in 1990, swept the titles for most win and relief pitcher with 19 wins and 17 saves in 1992.

  • 1985

    The Hanwha Group prepares for the founding of the Daejeon-based seventh franchise of the KBO League.

    The team name Binggrae Eagles is chosen from a naming contest.