Minjee Lee and her teammates are out to improve Australia's miserable record in the International Crown when a third edition starts on Thursday.
Australia has finished last in the previous two editions of the biennial eight-team event and is seeded fifth for the 2019 tournament, where host South Korea will open as favourite in Incheon.
World No. 6 Lee is joined by Katherine Kirk, Su Oh and debutant Sarah-Jane Smith in Pool A alongside Taiwan and South Korea, who are represented by World No.1 Sung Hyun Park, So Yeon Ryu, In-Gee Chun and In-Kyung Kim, all major winners.
Australia opens its account against a strong England team, with Lee and Smith taking on Women's British Open champion Georgia Hall and Solheim Cup star Charley Hull in foursomes while Oh and Smith meet Bronte law and Jodi Ewart Shadoff, who is undefeated in International Crown play.
In Pool B with Sweden, Japan and a powerful Thailand featuring the Jutanugarn sisters, defending champions USA also have an exceptionally strong line up in Lexi Thompson, Jessica Korda, Cristie Kerr and Michelle Wie.
"All four of us have played a lot of match play growing up and the world rankings won't mean much standing on the tee.” – Katherine Kirk
Lee vowed Australia would play with freedom and optimism.
"The fact that we are here in Korea means the Korean team probably has the most pressure on them, we'll just go out there and play our best and we'll see how it goes," Lee said.
"We will definitely just go and play as free as we want and I guess embrace whatever comes our way."
"We have probably got a little ground to cover on some teams but this year though we feel really confident with our team and our preparation, I think it's going to be a good week for us," she said
"If you look at world rankings the South Korean team is so far ahead of us but we know that anything can happen in match play.
"Certainly, all four of us have played a lot of match play growing up and the world rankings won't mean much standing on the tee against them."