Could it be any more perfect than this? When ‘Singer Hero’ became popular, ‘Soccer Hero’ also flew high. National striker Hwang Ui-jo (31, FC Seoul), supported by Lim Young-woong (32), led the team to a major victory by reporting a return goal in the K-League.
Seoul won 3-0 in the 6th round home game of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ against Daegu FC held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th. In particular, at the recommendation of Hwang Eui-jo, who has a strong friendship, Lim Young-woong became a timekeeper and half-time performer, and attention was focused on this match.
The heat was great. When Lim Young-woong’s visit was announced on the 31st of last month, the fan heart that was on fire led to a rush of ticket reservations. It sold over 20,000 copies within 10 minutes of its release on the afternoon of the 3rd, exceeded 30,000 on the afternoon of the 4th, and reached 37,000 on the day of the game.
The final count of official spectators was 45,007. This is the highest record in domestic professional sports since the great spread of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) in 2020. On February 25, 2016, the K-League 1 opening game between Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai easily surpassed 28,039 spectators, and on June 18, 2016, the Seoul-Suwon Samsung match (47,899) attracted 40,000 spectators in 7 years. has exceeded
A significant share of the box office hit belonged to Lim Young-woong. Lim Young-woong, an avid fan of soccer club activities and ‘intuition’ of various games, has built a friendship with Hwang Eui-jo since he was in Bordeaux (France), and has a relationship with Seoul captain Ki Sung-yong (34), so he went on a special ‘Sangambeol outing’ that day. 토토사이트
The atmosphere in the stadium, as if it had been moved from a concert hall, was amazing. 3 hours before kickoff, the parking lot around the stadium was full, and the subway station was overcrowded. Middle-aged women occupied an overwhelming proportion, and the fan club ‘Heroic Age’, which came from all over the country, also had good manners. Those who followed Lim Young-woong’s request, who directly ordered a dress code that was considerate of the home team, saying “attire except for the sky blue (symbol of Daegu)” directly on the fan cafe, got along with the general fans without hesitation.
Hwang Ui-jo also gave strength. In charge of Seoul’s front line, he broke a long silence and reported a K-League comeback goal with a penalty kick in the 11th minute of the first half, and Na Sang-ho’s additional goal (33rd minute) led 2-0, but in the 41st minute he fouled the opponent’s goal. He induced and helped Palošević score from a direct free kick. He smiled broadly, saying, “Before the game, Young-woong Lim said, ‘Let’s score a goal’, and I kept my promise.” Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo also thanked him, saying, “Thank you for Lim Young-woong’s visit.”