Jeju United fans are very worried ahead of the Pohang Steelers game due to heavy rain in Jeju during the Children’s Day holiday. Choi A-ri, a Jeju fan and MBC weathercaster, delivered good news to alleviate fans’ worries.
Jeju is about to play Pohang and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 11 home game at Jeju World Cup Stadium on the 6th at 2:00 pm. Jeju, which has been on the rise with four consecutive away wins, is promising its first home win this season against Pohang.
There are concerns ahead of this game. it’s the weather As of the 5th, 365.6mm of rain fell in Seogwipo, where the stadium is located, and 803.5mm of precipitation was recorded in Samgakbong of Hallasan Mountain. There is a rain forecast on the 6th of the match day nationwide, including Jeju, making fans hesitant to visit the stadium.
This is very likely to be rain. Caster Choi A-ri delivered news that will ease the worries of Jeju fans. On the afternoon of the 6th, he said through Jeju’s official Instagram and Facebook, “The rain will stop at 2:00 pm when the Pohang match is held, so the weather is expected to be good for activities.”
This came from the amazing idea of the Jejuㅋㅋㅋ벳 club. Caster Choi A-ri was scheduled to attend the Pohang game as an official. He was the younger sister of Choi Ji-woon, coach of the club’s affiliated club Winner FC, and was encouraged to come because Winner FC won the youth soccer tournament and the awards ceremony was held in front of Pohang.
Knowing this, a Jeju official said, “There was a weather issue, and thanks to the relationship between Winner FC and the Jeju club, we made a request.” Upon hearing this, caster Choi A-ri readily accepted.
Caster Choi A-ri also said, “I am an honorary ambassador for Winner FC, where my older brother is the manager, and I tried to do my best to revitalize the K-League. Please give lots of love to Jeju United and Winner FC.”
Jeju tries to make up for the disappointment of losing 0-2 in front of 10,041 home fans in front of 10,041 home fans against Jeonbuk Hyundai on April 23rd. Jeju, desperate for their first win at home, is hoping for as many fans as they did against Jeonbuk.
The weather helps, and the odds are growing that we will once again play in front of a large crowd. Attention is focusing on whether the information and support of Choi A-ri, a meteorological caster who delivered this, will be able to establish herself as a new victory fairy in Jeju.