Popular trot singer Lim Young-woong appeared in the K-League. The Seoul World Cup Stadium, filled with 45,000 spectators, was thrilled. Lim Young-woong also showed a wonderful poetry celebration and a surprise performance and rewarded with hot fan service.
Lim Young-woong took part in the 6th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 between FC Seoul and Daegu FC held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th. With the appearance of a national singer, the trot wind also blew in the K-League. A huge crowd of fans flocked to it. According to the official tally of the day, the number of spectators was 45,007. This is the record for the largest number of spectators in a professional sports game since the COVID-19 outbreak. Im Yeong-woong’s effect appeared properly.카지노사이트
Lim Young-woong, who appeared wearing soccer boots, fired a strong left-footed shot with a time axis and received enthusiastic cheers from the fans. Lim Young-woong, who finished taking a commemorative photo, watched the game from the stands.
At halftime, Lim Young-woong’s special performance continued. Lim Young-woong, who first sang his own song ‘Hero’, then performed a cute dance to the girl group IVE’s ‘AFTER LIKE’ song with backing dancers. They even prepared a surprise performance for the fans. The audience reminiscent of a concert hall with tremendous cheers and applause.
This time axis was first proposed by Lim Young-woong. Lim Young-woong, who dreamed of becoming a soccer player until middle school, is known as an avid fan to the extent that he enjoys playing soccer. He is acquainted with Hwang Ui-jo and Ki Sung-yong, who are active at FC Seoul, and this led to a poetry celebration.
The home team, FC Seoul, also won a huge 3-0 victory in front of a cloud crowd. In the 11th minute of the first half, Seoul striker Hwang Eui-jo scored the opening goal with a penalty kick. It was Hwang Ui-jo’s comeback goal in the K-League. It was kicked right into the corner of the left goal. The goalkeeper read the directions but couldn’t use his hands.
Hwang Eui-jo, who plays for England’s Nottingham Forest, is continuing his career in the K-League by giving up his European life this year. He signed a short-term lease with Seoul.
When Hwang Eui-jo scored the opening goal, Lim Young-woong raised his hands and was delighted, captured on the relay screen.
Seizing the atmosphere, Seoul scored the second goal from a corner kick in the 32nd minute by Na Sang-ho. First, Kwon Wan-kyu’s header hit the post, but Na Sang-ho, who was in front of the goal, calmly pushed it with his left foot.
Seoul ran away 3-0 in the 41st minute with Palosevic scoring a free kick wonder goal. Seoul, who seized the victory early, blocked the opponent’s attack well in the second half and took 3 points.
With this, Seoul recorded 4 wins and 2 losses (12 points) and rose to 3rd place in the league. On the other hand, 6th place Daegu has 1 win, 3 draws and 2 losses (6 points).