Encouragement instead of swearing, I can understand why Hwang In-beom, the ‘son of Daejeon’, will definitely come back

“(To come back to Daejeon Hana Citizen) and play there is no change in that dream.”

Civil team Daejeon Citizen was a club that was synonymous with incidents and accidents. I had a hard time with the front desk not working properly while suffering from drafts.메이저놀이터

Surprisingly, it produced star players who formed the basis of Korean soccer, such as Lee Kwan-woo, Kim Eun-jung, and Choi Eun-seong. At the end of the citizen team, Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos) won the title of ‘Son of Daejeon’ and showed growth, leaving for Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada).

After a long time, Daejeon became a corporate club that Hana Financial Group took over and re-founded. The joy was extraordinary as they were promoted through the promotion playoffs in the K-League 2 (second division) last year.

In the 16th round of the Hana 1Q K League 1 2023 held at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 4th, a large number of key figures, including owner Hana Financial Group Chairman Ham Young-ju and Daejeon Metropolitan City Mayor Lee Jang-woo, watched the game.

There were also many events. Actor Lee Do-hyun, who appeared in the drama ‘The Glory’ and left an impressive performance, appeared as a kicker, hit the crossbar and kicked it again, and there were fun things.

Hwang In-beom appeared in a good mood. he received a plaque of merit Hwang In-beom did not spare his love, such as depositing donations to Daejeon City through the donation system for his hometown love.

Hwang In-beom, who met with the reporters during the game, watched the heat of 13,779 spectators and said, “This is a special team for me. ” he laughed.

Hwang In-beom, who remembered his time as a citizen club, responded with great response to the fans’ unwavering love for Daejeon, saying, “It’s nice to see people who were having a hard time in a dark time, laughing and cheering with energy.”

Hwang In-bum’s thoughts were reflected in the game as well. He shook the defense with Martha making a decisive shot in the second minute of the game. More than 1,000 Incheon away fans also raised their spirits and created a festival venue while having a serious duel.

While Daejeon played an aggressive game, Incheon aimed for a quick counterattack and the intention worked. All goals, including penalties, were the result of Daejeon’s surprise in counterattacks.

If it was the spectator culture of Daejeon in the past, it would have been a bad atmosphere with harsh language, but Daejeon, which became a corporate club, has changed 180 degrees. The applause continued even after he lost a goal. There was a cry for a goal, but there was no scolding or criticism about the performance. The last-minute booing was directed at Incheon and the referee, but it was part and seasoning of the game.

Losing 1-3, as the players walked around the ground to say hello, everyone clapped and cheered. It was Daejeon’s mature and passionate spectator culture that showed the reason that Hwang In-beom would definitely return to Daejeon to play once his life in Europe was over.