‘Cho Young Wook is on the rise’ Gimcheon Sangmu, Gimpo Jeonseo Cho Young Wook early discharge ceremony

Gimcheon Sangmu will hold an early retirement ceremony for Hangzhou Asian Games gold medalist Cho Young-wook.

According to the Gimcheon Sangmu Professional Football Club on Oct. 25, it will hold a retirement ceremony for Cho Young-wook after the team’s home game against 37R Gimpo FC in the ‘Hana OneQ K League 2 2023’ on Oct. 29 at Gimcheon Stadium in Gimcheon, Gyeongbuk.

On October 7, Gimcheon Sangmu’s Cho Young-wook won a gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, securing his early discharge 264 days after enlisting.

This is the first time in the history of men’s soccer in the Armed Forces.

Before his early transfer, he offered to say goodbye to the fans of Gimcheon Sangmu in person and will visit them at a home game on the 29th.

The club accepted his request and organized fan engagement events.

First, an autograph session will be held for one hour from 5:30 p.m., one hour before kickoff.

The fan signing will only be available to ticket holders, and tickets will be distributed at the outfield area from 4:30 pm.

A total of 100 people, including 10 season ticket holders and 10 sponsor members (Gold and above), will receive a numbered ticket.카지노사이트

After the game, the ‘GOODBYE Jo Young-wook’ early retirement ceremony will be held.

The early retirement ceremony will be held in the following order: video screening, presentation of frames and bouquets, presentation of favorite items, pre-hug ceremony, and group photo.

Only 100 photo card holders will be given the opportunity to participate in the pre-hug, and the photo card will be available two hours before kickoff on the day of the game against Gimpo.

In addition, two of the 100 gold card holders will receive a personalized souvenir from Cho Young-wook at the pregame ceremony.

Cho Young-wook said, “I am happy to be able to personally deliver my final greetings to the Gimcheon Sangmu fans who have been with me for ten months. I am grateful to the fans for their support during my military service. I will continue to work hard as a professional player without forgetting their support.”


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