This 여자친구 group gets around, they'll be at Bucheon's home opener on the 9th.
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You could see if Spanish citizens qualify for the Working Holiday visa and whether that would let you achieve your aims. Yes, I already checked it before. But unfortunately that option is just available for 6 countries: France, Japan, Australia, New Zeland, EEUU and Canada. After contacting Seoul U...
- Wed Mar 09, 2016 5:14 pm
- Forum: Lower league football
- Topic: 2016 N-league season
- Replies: 52
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Roko Puljiz is the chap, he's got a YouTube video here: Judging by the picture outside of a 7 Eleven he also appears to have a profile on a website called Hot or Not :shock: And I wonder, why this guy can play on the N-League and I have to beg for K3 one. :bounce: :bounce: You obviously need a high...
I'm usually all for simple, classic looks, but K-League's gone a bit too far this year and looks like a damn rec league with all the plain kits. I like most of them on an individual basis, but Gwangju, Seongnam, Suwon, Ulsan, Anyang, Bucheon, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, and one of E-Land's all being pla...
Bollocks. Typical anti-Gangwon bias. Gangwon FC (13 wins, 15 losses) played a couple of home games in Wonju, which makes them a Wonju team. Added to Promy (37-17 in the regular season last year) I reckon that makes Wonju the 2nd best in the country and miles ahead of 'We Ansan' Typical southerner b...
- Sun Dec 06, 2015 8:06 am
- Forum: K League
- Topic: 2015 K-League Challenge Play-offs
- Replies: 55
- Views: 5770
The change of ownership from Daewoo to Hyundai Construction in 1999/2000 (and the resulting budget cuts), as well as the move from Gudeok (in an older, denser, and more southern part of the city) up to Asiad (much further up north in a less populated area, initially with no subway stop) initially r...