1988 Summer Olympics
|Motto||Harmony and Progress|
|Venue||Hwarang Archery Field|
|Opening||17 September 1988|
|Closing||2 October 1988|
Archery at the 1988 Summer Olympics was held at Hwarang Archery Field. Four events were contested in archery at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. These events included team competitions for the first time in modern Olympic archery. Men's and women's individual competitions continued to be part of the schedule as well.
84 archers competed in the men's individual competition while 62 competed in the women's event with a maximum of 3 athletes from each country in each event. A preliminary ranking round was held where each archer shot a single FITA round. The top 24 ranked archers from the preliminary round advanced to eighth-final. In this round archers shot one-fourth the number of arrows normal for a FITA round with the top 18 advancing to the quarterfinals. The top 12 archers from the quarterfinals advanced to the semifinals where only the top 8 advanced to the final.
Each country that had three archers in the individual competition may also compete in the team competition. In the first round the archers shot a single FITA round with the top 12 teams advancing to the semifinal. The top 8 teams from the semifinal advanced to the final.
|Silver||Park Sung-soo||South Korea|
|Bronze||Vladimir Yesheyev||Soviet Union|
|Gold||Kim Soo-nyung||South Korea|
|Silver||Wang Hee-kyung||South Korea|
|Bronze||Yun Young-sook||South Korea|
|Gold||South Korea||Chun In-soo|
|Bronze||Great Britain||Steven Hallard|
|Gold||South Korea||Kim Soo-nyung|