K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

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K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby Gerd Bibimbapper » Fri Jul 31, 2009 10:21 am

they've brought in about 20-odd new players too so they surely can't do any worse than they did over the first part of the year.


Watch 'em go in the second stage!
Btw, where do they play their home games?
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Postby abc kid » Fri Jul 31, 2009 11:26 am

Gerd Bibimbapper wrote:
they've brought in about 20-odd new players too so they surely can't do any worse than they did over the first part of the year.


Btw, where do they play their home games?
Cheers.


Yes, please do answer the above question someone...

Cheongju are away to them on August 8th. Hopefully they will continue getting smashed for another month yet until the new players start to gel. I am giving some thought to actually going to that one if it is an afternoon kick-off. Presumably the stadium has some covering in case Korea's more regular brutal August heat finally arrives?

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Re: Summer transfers

Postby Sampo » Fri Jul 31, 2009 3:03 pm

The Martyrs play at 강북운동장 In north Seoul. Its a rather nice location, it sits in a hill and is surrounded by trees. There is no running track and the most of the stands are concrete terraces which make for an altogether pleasant experience, mustoe and I went there when Bucheon played and it was during the Cherry blossom period, really a nice place.

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Postby abc kid » Fri Aug 07, 2009 10:16 am

Sampo wrote:The Martyrs play at 강북운동장 In north Seoul. Its a rather nice location, it sits in a hill and is surrounded by trees. There is no running track and the most of the stands are concrete terraces which make for an altogether pleasant experience, mustoe and I went there when Bucheon played and it was during the Cherry blossom period, really a nice place.


Can either you or Mustoe please give a little bit more information about how to find this ground (preferably by early Saturday morning at the latest). For example, what is the name of the nearest subway station and is it within walking distance from the station?

Initially I had my heart set on going there tomorrow but something has come up so it is in the balance now even if the lousy weather forecast for tomorrow proves to be a false alarm. Anyway, just in case...

Any info gratefully received. Cheers.

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Re: Summer transfers

Postby Sampo » Sun Aug 09, 2009 12:22 am

Shit, I didn't see this until just now. :oops:


The nearest station is 수유 (Suyou?) on line four. The light blue line, walking isn't really an option so a taxi is needed its not far, maybe 3,000원.

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby eujin » Wed Aug 19, 2009 1:26 am

Sampo, do you have any photos?

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby Sampo » Wed Aug 19, 2009 2:07 am

I actually don't, I had accidentally brought a dead battery to the game. Mustoe should have some though.

fake edit: I'm just going to steal two of them and post them here.

These are from his facebook account, so they are compressed to shit. He should still have the originals.
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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby mustoe02 » Mon Aug 31, 2009 12:03 am

I'm so angry :smt093 .

You stole my photos.

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby Sampo » Mon Aug 31, 2009 12:33 am

They're compressed beyond recognition. :smt102

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby anamerican » Mon Aug 31, 2009 1:42 pm

Figures one of the most scenic fields would be in K3.

I drove past Yongin University's stadium yesterday. Darn, should have taken a few pictures. I'll get on that. I should be able to get some of Yongin's K3 stadium pictures too. (because I live in Yongin, I'll probably never get to a game because I'm busy on Saturday.)
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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby eujin » Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:58 am

Yongin eh? That reminds me, there should be a prize for the first person to produce photographic evidence that they took their mother-in-law to a K3 game.

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby mustoe02 » Tue Sep 01, 2009 1:26 pm

Sounds to me like a challenge. :P

I nearly took my (would be) father-in-law to see Bucheon at Yangju, but he had to work. Just as well, I drank a lot and acted like a hero/twat. :oops:

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby Gerd Bibimbapper » Tue Sep 01, 2009 5:35 pm

I nearly took my (would be) father-in-law to see Bucheon at Yangju, but he had to work. Just as well, I drank a lot and acted like a hero/twat.

Anyone else on this forum see a fundamental difference between taking the old-man-in-law and..er.. the mother-in-law? :shock:

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby Sampo » Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:11 pm

mustoe02 wrote:Sounds to me like a challenge. :P

I nearly took my (would be) father-in-law to see Bucheon at Yangju, but he had to work. Just as well, I drank a lot and acted like a hero/twat. :oops:


and he would have met me, and we both no [b]nothing[b] good would have come from that.

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Re: K3 - Seoul Martyrs - Gangbuk Stadium

Postby mustoe02 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:07 am

Anyone else on this forum see a fundamental difference between taking the old-man-in-law and..er.. the mother-in-law?


Of course...but softly softly catch a monkey! :smt117

and he would have met me, and we both no [b]nothing[b] good would have come from that.


Yeah, that was the reason he didn't want to come in the end, I was just trying to soften the blow with the working excuse. Sorry champ.


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