Max 10 people
Annyeong (안녕)” (“Hello” in Korean)
Have you ever wished to visit Seoul, Korea?
Have you ever also imagined to watch No.1 Asian football matches?
Here is the perfect combination for you to enjoy all these together at once with Kim, a Seoul-born local who is local sport-passionate and has the plenty of travel experiences around the world including football & baseball trips in Europe & North America
“Dive into dynamic vibes of Seoul”
Seoul located in the central region of South Korea is the mega capital city in South Korea and No.4 ranked in the World Best City tours.
This dynamic city with the wonderful mix of historic tradition and modern technology skyscrapers will definitely fascinate you with never-forgettable moments and memories through the city’s own unique offers like distinctive healthy food, traditional culture experiences, the best city view at N tower, relaxation near Han river, endless shopping, dining, entertainment and plus the mega city’s safe nightlife.
“Ready to get thrilled with K-League & FC Seoul at the largest football-specific stadium in Asia?”
Not familiar with Korean football? No worries! You already witnessed all these facts. Korean football is actually very strong like 9 consecutive participations up to 2018 Russia World Cup, No.4 in 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup with Guus Hiddink, the famous Dutch football manager, and the latest, a runner-up 2019 U-20 world cup and several players in Top European leagues. More importantly, K-league is officially No.1 football league in Asia, so you should watch and feel the best quality Asian football in Korea.
FC Seoul, “Soul of Seoul” with the largest number of fans in the league is the representative club for the capital and proves their quality with 6 league titles that is the 2nd best record in the league history and 2 time runner-up at Asian Champions League. In this experience, you will get the plenty of unique memories more than anything else like learning Korean football culture & FC Seoul’s history from the local host, watching & cheering the live match with the best local beer around local supporters in Seoul World Cup Stadium symbolizing the image of a traditional Korean kite for 2002 Korea-Japan world cup and now the largest football-specific stadium in Asia.
Oh, by the way, Don’t forget the only Korea’s FREE Homefans souvenir from your local host!