Jeonbuk Hyundai hastily changed the schedule of the upcoming two home games on the 6th because of the Saemangeum Jamboree spark, which said, “The Jamboree K-Pop performance, which had been postponed, will be held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th.” However, it is highly likely that the performance venue will be changed to Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul within a day. Clubs and soccer fans are embracing the confusion caused by the hasty administration of the Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree.

Originally, Jeonbuk was scheduled to play Incheon United at home on the 9th, the first leg of the FA Cup semi-finals, and then play Suwon Samsung on the 12th in the K League 1.

However, on the 6th, the game schedule was suddenly changed. Minister of Culture and Sports Park Bo-kyun and North Jeolla Province Governor Kim Kwan-young held a press conference at the Jamboree Press Center on the 6th and announced that “the postponed Jamboree K-pop concert will be held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th.” It was supposed to be held at a special outdoor stage in Saemangeum at 8:00 pm on the same day, but the performance was postponed due to heat waves and safety concerns.

Minister Park explained the reason for the schedule and location change, saying, “The capacity of the Jeonju World Cup Stadium is 42,000, and 88% of the spectators have roofs installed.” Governor Kim also said, “The home game of the Jeonbuk Hyundai Soccer Team was scheduled before and after the K-pop performance, but I am grateful for the decision to move to another stadium.” Declared.

According to Jeonbuk officials, the club received the fact around 2:00 pm on the 6th. Jeonbuk, as soon as possible, Korea Professional Football Federation (K-League), 

Jeonbuk immediately posted on the club’s social media, “The performance event and closing ceremony of the 2023 Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree will be held at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th.” Therefore, the schedule for the two home matches scheduled for next week will be changed. “We apologize for the confusion caused by the sudden change in the match schedule. We will inform you as soon as details regarding the match are decided.”

Jeonbuk also announced that it would give a full refund to those who purchased tickets for the game against Incheon, and that the schedule for tickets for the game against Suwon would be announced at a later date. It was not enough to suddenly lose the living room unintentionally, and the situation in which the financial loss was intact occurred overnight. 먹튀검증

But the confusion did not end there. The Jamboree Organizing Committee is reviewing a plan to move the venue of the K-pop concert from Jeonju World Cup Stadium to Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul on the 11th in preparation for the landing of Typhoon Kanun on the 7th.

Jeonbuk had already announced a change in the game schedule, and Incheon, which was scheduled to play the FA Cup on the 9th after completing the Jeonbuk expedition in Jeonju on the 6th, returned to Incheon after hearing the news of the venue change on the 6th. It is known that the Incheon club will bear all cancellation fees, such as accommodations due to sudden return. In the midst of this, Jeonju’s home stadium is empty again on the 11th. 

Jeonbuk and Incheon are bound to be bewildered. 

An official from Jeonbuk said, “I haven’t decided yet whether we will play the game at home as usual. We are preparing for the home game, but Incheon has already returned,” he said. “If the Korea Football Association (hosting the FA Cup) gives an official position, we will try to move accordingly.

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