let the game begin

it’s 3:30 AM… and the whole country seems to be awake… seoul city hall plaza and the major stadiums in korea are filled with cheerers wearing red shirts… families of the players from paju to jeju are being interviewed on TV… the atmosphere here is similar to the millenium countdown… every Korean on every part of the world is probably waiting for Korea-France game to start…

2 thoughts on “let the game begin

  • June 19, 2006 at 12:20 pm
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    1-1 ang score…
    grabe nakakakaba ang game na ito at first you’ll see na malaki talaga ang chance ng korea na matalo kasi sa ball posession pa lang laging france.. hay….
    at ang chances ng goal eh.. kunting-kunti lang talaga…
    my husband is very disappointed tapos madalas makuha ang bola ng france.. hay…
    yung iba medyo mabagal pa madalas walang tao dun sa may goal nila…
    pero kahit ganun pa man you’ll see talaga yung spirit nung mga player.. na kahit sobrang nahihirapan sila gusto pa rin nilang makagoal at sobrang denedepensahan nila ang kanilang goal galing diba…
    kaya medyo madaming yellow card ang korea kesa sa france..
    isama mo pa yung mga koreans’s whos watching from germany to here sa korea they keep on singing kahit walang pang score ang korea…
    ang galing diba…
    galing ng laban!!!!!
    i ask my husband why people are very happy eh 1 ang score ng red devils hindi talaga sila nanalo…
    ang sabi ng husband ko eh…
    ang france daw kasi ay magaling na mga player at kahit tie man ang result eh ok na sa kanila….
    isa pa malaki now ang chance nilang makapasok ng finals….
    hay… galing ng mga player…
    i hope ganito rin sa pinas……
    exciting!!! sarap manood ng game!!!!

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  • June 25, 2006 at 2:11 pm
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    ^ honga! ibang klase yung suporta ng mga tao sa team nila kahit marami eh hindi nakakaintindi ng game… ang saya saya… can’t wait for 2010 world cup, sana pasok din ang korea…

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