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7th soccer Korea-Japan final, street cheering broadcast – attention to the selection list

The highly anticipated men’s soccer Korea-Japan match will take place on Sunday, one day before the conclusion of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games.

The men’s under-24 football team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, will play Japan in the final at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, at 9 p.m. KST on July 7.

A victory over Japan would be the third consecutive men’s soccer title at the Asian Games, following Incheon 2014 and Jakarta-Palembang 2018.

Korea and Japan also met in the final in 2018, with the Koreans winning 2-1 in extra time.

“We have to win for whatever reason,” said Hwang Sun-hong, “We have one last shot left, and we will give it everything we have to win the gold medal. We will work together and take the last step.”

Their final opponents, Japan, fielded a team of players aged 22 and under.

Korea, on the other hand, had the advantage of using the full complement of players under the age of 24, as well as a wild card that allows them to field up to three players.

The starting lineup will also draw attention. The starting lineup against Uzbekistan featured Cho Young-wook up front, with Lee Kang-in, Jung Woo-young, and Uhm Won-sang in the attacking two. The midfield was guarded by Baek Seung-ho and Hong Hyun-seok, while Seol Young-woo, Park Jin-seob, Lee Han-beom, and Hwang Jae-won formed the back four. Lee Kwang-yeon was in goal.

Gyeonggi Province will open the main stadium of the Suwon World Cup Stadium on July 7 to cheer on the Korean national team to victory in the football final of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games.

The event is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. on July 7, the day of the final, and spectators can enter the stadium from 7 p.m., two hours before kickoff.

The city has arranged for fans to watch the game using the main scoreboard in the south stand of the main stadium. To avoid damaging the stadium’s turf, the ground will not be open to the public, and the public will be able to watch the game from the north grandstand.

The North Stand has a total of 9,555 seats, including 3,715 seats on the first floor, 5,776 seats on the second floor, and 64 seats for the disabled.

On the same day, Seoul’s Mapo-gu district also announced that it will host a large-scale street cheer for the Asian Games soccer final, which will be held on the same day as the opening ceremony of the “2023 B-Boy World, Red Road Dance Festival,” which will be held for the first time this year.

The neighborhood will broadcast the lively match on a 400-inch giant monitor to showcase dynamic cheering.

Singer Kim Heung-guk, soccer player Cho Won-hee, mixed martial artist Myung Hyun-man, Clone, SISTAR’s Soyu, and dance crew HOOK will perform special performances to celebrate the Red Road Dance Festival and give victory energy to the Korea-Japan final.

Korea will play Japan in the final on Saturday, July 7, starting at 9 p.m. KST. The broadcast channels are MBC, SBS, KBS, SPOTV, SPOTV NOW, TV Chosun, and Africa TV. Mobile streams can be found on the respective broadcasters’ on-air channels. 안전놀이터


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