Jeonbuk, the joy of victory with “Orele!”

 “I will protect you as long as my heart beats, Jeonbuk Alle Alleo!”.

Jeonbuk Hyundai’s passionate support returned to Jeonju.

Jeonbuk Hyundai faced Suwon FC in the 14th round of Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 21st and won 3-1. 

With this victory, Jeonbuk rose to 7th place with 5 wins, 3 draws and 6 losses with 18 points.

On this day, Jeonju Castle was packed with 13,634 spectators. It was late on Sunday, but it was a different look from the team’s recent sluggish performance. Many fans came to the stadium to cheer for Jeonbuk, who recorded three consecutive undefeated matches ahead of the match.

Also, the cheers of Jeonbuk fans, which had not been heard for a while, resonated in Jeonju Castle. Jeonbuk fans unleashed the support they had endured for so long. Before the game, a different player introduction was made.

On this day, the announcer Lee Jung-pyo, who is usually the announcer in the hall, did not introduce the players, but the announcer in the hall for children. After 15 people auditioned, Kang Eun-seo and Kim Su-hyeok, who were selected, introduced Jeonbuk’s best 11 without any mistakes.

Jeonbuk fans, who had already started cheering for away matches, cheered with one voice when the announcers in the children’s arena continued to introduce them back to Jeonju Castle.

After the season started, Jeonbuk fans stopped cheering for a while. Fans who were dissatisfied with the performance that fell short of expectations and the management of the team stopped cheering for the team. With former manager Kim Sang-sik leaving the team and cheering for the team resumed, Jeonbuk fans cheered passionately throughout the game.

Jeonbuk immediately scored the first goal. Baek Seung-ho scored with a direct shot from a free kick obtained by an opponent’s foul, leading 1-0 in the 7th minute of the first half. Jeonbuk fans shouted ‘Oh Rele’ and rejoiced together with Baek Seung-ho’s opening goal.메이저놀이터

Suwon FC scored a comeback goal to finish the first half with a score of 1-1, but active support came out in the second half as well. Jeonbuk rewarded the support of the fans with an additional goal.

In the 8th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk made it 2-1 as Song Min-gyu scored with a right-footed shot of a pass that Kim Mun-hwan quickly broke through and connected to the front of the arc. Jeonbuk fans continued “Oh Lele” again. When the match was reversed, the fans gathered in Jeonju Castle continued to cheer. 

In the end, Jeonbuk enjoyed the joy of winning in Jeonju Castle with the enthusiastic support of the fans. /

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