A soccer field hit by fire at the Saemangeum Jamboree… Jeonbuk Hyundai, schedule change inevitable

The sparks of the 2023 Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree flew onto the soccer field.

With the decision to hold the Jamboree K-Pop Concert at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th, the professional football club Jeonbuk Hyundai, which had a home game ahead at this time, was in a position to unintentionally change the schedule or venue.

On the 6th, the Jeonbuk club said on social network service (SNS), “The K-pop performance event and closing ceremony of the 2023 Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree will be held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th. Therefore, the schedule for the two home games scheduled for next week This will be changed,” he said.

Originally, Jeonbuk was scheduled to play the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup semi-final against Incheon United on the 9th, and the 26th round of the K-League 1 (first division) against Suwon Samsung on the 12th.

However, as the concert was held on the 11th, it was impossible to play the home game due to the installation and dismantling of the stage and facilities.

The Jamboree K-Pop Concert was originally planned to be held at a special outdoor stage in Saemangeum that night, but it was unclear whether it would be held amidst controversy over the heatwave and poor management.먹튀검증

First of all, the Professional Football Federation and related clubs plan to discuss new venues and schedule changes.

Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Bo-gyun held a press conference at the Saemangeum Jamboree Press Center in Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do on the same day and said, “K-pop concerts are the highlight of the Jamboree. It was inevitable to reorganize the program.”

Governor Kim Kwan-young of Jeonbuk Province said, “I am very grateful for the cooperation of the Jeonbuk Hyundai club to move to a different stadium for the K-pop concert.” I will once again engrave the spirit of scouting and work hard to make the Jamboree a successful one with all the people who support me.”

Fans reacted violently. Fans posted on the SNS of the Jeonbuk club announcing the schedule change, “Jeonju World Cup Stadium is a place to play soccer. Don’t destroy the club’s lawn. The league is in full swing, what kind of Jamboree K-pop?”, “As a Jeonbuk fan, how important the FA Cup semi-finals are. It’s an insult,” he said.

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