Suh Hyo-won or Seo Hyo-won (born May 10, 1987) is a South Korean table tennis player. She competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the women's singles event, in which she was eliminated in the fourth round by Cheng I-ching, and as part of the South Korean team in the women's team event.

Always exciting to watch, Suh Hyowon knows how to put on a show! Her elegance on the table has won over fans across the globe, gliding around the court with ease. Championing the art of defence, the Korean delights crowds wherever she goes with her incredible ability to return whatever comes her way. Part of the historic Unified Korea team which struck bronze at the 2018 World Team Championships, Suh added another medal of the same colour to her collection with Korea Republic at the 2019 Team World Cup. Suh has also enjoyed success on the ITTF World Tour and is a former Women’s World Cup quarter-finalist.

nation Korea
birth date 10 May 1987
place of birth
style defensive play with lp on bh and inverted on fh
blade Butterflay Diode
forehand rubber Butterfly Tenergy 64
backhand rubber TSP Curl P-1 R
recent world ranking 32 (+21)