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South Korea: Hundreds of fans gather on streets of Seoul to watch South Korea vs Uruguay match02:06

South Korea: Hundreds of fans gather on streets of Seoul to watch South Korea vs Uruguay match

Korea, Republic of, Seoul
November 24, 2022 at 18:42 GMT +00:00 · Published

South Korean fans gathered on the streets of Seoul on Thursday to support the team playing against Uruguay. Official fan zones were cancelled following a stampede incident.

Footage shows people with glowing horns sitting on the ground in front of large screens, chanting supportive slogans.

Despite the match ending in a draw, fans believe South Korea will win the championship.

"I saw the passion of the Korean players. We deserve to win. Go Korean team!" said one fan.

Ghana, Uruguay, Portugal and South Korea are competing for the top spots in Group H.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Qatar on November 20 and will take place till December 18. Qatar will be the first Arab country to host the World Cup.

South Korea: Hundreds of fans gather on streets of Seoul to watch South Korea vs Uruguay match02:06
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South Korean fans gathered on the streets of Seoul on Thursday to support the team playing against Uruguay. Official fan zones were cancelled following a stampede incident.

Footage shows people with glowing horns sitting on the ground in front of large screens, chanting supportive slogans.

Despite the match ending in a draw, fans believe South Korea will win the championship.

"I saw the passion of the Korean players. We deserve to win. Go Korean team!" said one fan.

Ghana, Uruguay, Portugal and South Korea are competing for the top spots in Group H.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Qatar on November 20 and will take place till December 18. Qatar will be the first Arab country to host the World Cup.