FC Seoul (Seoul) and the K-League realize the ‘Lim Young-woong power’. Thanks to the time celebration event, it is expected to set the record for the largest number of spectators in the K-League this season.

Seoul will play against Daegu FC in the 6th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 8th. 바카라

Tickets are selling explosively ahead of the game. It is thanks to singer Lim Young-woong. Previously, Seoul announced on the 31st of last month, “Lim Young-woong will be the host of the home game held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on April 8.” It is a time celebration that Lim Young-woong contacted Seoul first and was concluded.

An official from Seoul said on the 4th, “The speed of booking is so fast. As of 9 am, 30,000 seats have been sold.” The record for the most spectators this season was the opening round Ulsan Hyundai-Jeonbuk Hyundai match, with 28,039 spectators. If it goes according to reservation, it will far exceed the previous record.

Unlike the A-match, which attracts full crowds, it is the Seoul World Cup Stadium, where only the first floor was generally open in recent K-League matches. However, as the demand for tickets for the Daegu match increased, Seoul is gradually opening the second floor as well.

An official said, “The west side of the second floor has been opened, and the east side has also been almost completed. There are areas that have not yet been opened, but they will be opened in real time according to demand.”

Seoul started pre-sale for Daegu at 6:00 pm on the 3rd. 10,000 tickets were sold at the start, 20,000 tickets 10 minutes later, and 25,000 tickets 30 minutes later.

Lim Young-woong did not forget to consider Seoul, the home team. The cheering color of Lim Young-woong’s fan club ‘Heroic Age’ is light blue, but unfortunately, this overlaps with the away team Daegu’s color. Lim Young-woong said earlier, “The dress code for the game is voluntary except for the sky blue. You may want to wear a costume that reveals the era of heroes, but please respect and protect another culture of the soccer fandom.”

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