This is similar to the KBO (has/had) which forces players to stay with the same team for less wages. At least for K-League players they might have the option of going off to a smaller league in Asia for decent money. KBO players don't have so many options.
Bucheon is leading Goyang 4-1 closing in on stoppage time. After the last goal Lukian ran in and grabbed the ball like he thought Bucheon was behind. Maybe they're wanting to get as much of a goal difference in case of tie breakers?
edit: or there's a specific score that needs to happen.
The 2nd tier was always free prior to it becoming K2 and nobody went then either. Making something free makes it worthless it seems. As for the TV, the games are already available online at Naver. A proper TV channel might be a nice idea but unless other things change it might just highlight how mu...