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Re: Korean wives

Postby paquebot » Sun Jun 16, 2013 1:58 pm

Korea's K4 got some attention last week with the KFA website putting up an article about Kim Ho Dae's wife, Kang Eun Young. Seems she would be quite pleased if Chuncheon were to make the step up to a higher league after watching her husband play in the National League with Gangneung last year.

챌린저스리그] [춘천의 WAGS, 강은영 씨를 만나다

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Re: Korean wives

Postby Spatula City » Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:19 am

paquebot wrote:Korea's K4 got some attention last week with the KFA website putting up an article about Kim Ho Dae's wife, Kang Eun Young. Seems she would be quite pleased if Chuncheon were to make the step up to a higher league after watching her husband play in the National League with Gangneung last year.

챌린저스리그] [춘천의 WAGS, 강은영 씨를 만나다

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That's too sweet. What's up with the couple in the background though? In-laws by the looks of 'em.

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Re: Korean wives

Postby Holyjoe » Fri Jun 21, 2013 8:21 am

Ever wondered what it would be like to go on a date with Park Ji-sung? Not great if you don't like fried chicken:

Park was seen during his date with Kim on Tuesday night when Korea was playing Iran in the final qualifying match for the World Cup next year.

Park picked Kim up from work at SBS in Mok-dong, southwestern Seoul, and headed to Hangang Park with a bucket of take-out chicken, according to local media.

Despite the rain, the two sat on a bench and watched the football match on a smartphone. Photographs show the two holding hands.


What an old romantic... he's been in the UK too long, presumably they then went for a rough shag in a bus shelter and then got a kebab for the taxi ride home.

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Re: Korean wives

Postby daeguowl » Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:22 pm

Holyjoe wrote:Ever wondered what it would be like to go on a date with Park Ji-sung? Not great if you don't like fried chicken:

Park was seen during his date with Kim on Tuesday night when Korea was playing Iran in the final qualifying match for the World Cup next year.

Park picked Kim up from work at SBS in Mok-dong, southwestern Seoul, and headed to Hangang Park with a bucket of take-out chicken, according to local media.

Despite the rain, the two sat on a bench and watched the football match on a smartphone. Photographs show the two holding hands.


What an old romantic... he's been in the UK too long, presumably they then went for a rough shag in a bus shelter and then got a kebab for the taxi ride home.



Dont tell Stan Colleymore, but everyone knows Hangang Park is the car sex capital of Seoul....no need for bus shelters! :smt118

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Re: Korean wives

Postby paquebot » Tue Oct 01, 2013 4:27 am

Seems Ms. 원혜영 is a fan of Jungnang Chorus Mustang thanks to a coincidental meeting with player 우상준. Not entirely sure if they've got something 'special' going on though.

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Also, I couldn't help but chuckle at this translation via Google:

올해 중랑은 지난해 창단 원년보다 나은 경기력을 보여주며 파주, 양주, 청주 등을 연달아 격파하고
Formed last year, the first year of Jungnang shows better performances in Paju , whiskey , sake , etc. defeat
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Re: Korean wives

Postby Alex43 » Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:31 pm

paquebot wrote:Seems Ms. 원혜영 is a fan of Jungnang Chorus Mustang thanks to a coincidental meeting with player 우상준. Not entirely sure if they've got something 'special' going on though.

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Also, I couldn't help but chuckle at this translation via Google:

올해 중랑은 지난해 창단 원년보다 나은 경기력을 보여주며 파주, 양주, 청주 등을 연달아 격파하고
Formed last year, the first year of Jungnang shows better performances in Paju , whiskey , sake , etc. defeat
:drunken:


haha bing is a much better translator for when you need a chuckle!
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Re: Korean wives

Postby Holyjoe » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:26 pm

Nice work by Gangwon's 31 year-old defender Bae Hyo-sung - he will marry his fiance Lee Woo-kyung next month, she's the older sister of his 20 year-old teammate Lee Woo-hyuk which will make for interesting times in the dressing room. As Bae points out in the article the date for the wedding is the day after the second leg of the relegation playoff so he could end up going down in two different ways within the space of 24 hours...

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Re: Korean wives

Postby SaintsCanada » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:47 pm

You've been tuhminated.
오오오오오, 나의 사랑 인천 에프시!

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Re: Korean wives

Postby Holyjoe » Thu Nov 28, 2013 5:52 pm

Loads of folk are getting hitched as soon as the season finishes - news articles say that three Jeju players will be getting married this December including this chap, probably in proper wedding gear and not the football kits:

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Seongnam's Park Jin-po has also done the whole kit thing:

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Re: Korean wives

Postby Spatula City » Thu Nov 28, 2013 6:03 pm

That top pic is pretty hot...

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Re: Korean wives

Postby Holyjoe » Thu Dec 05, 2013 10:11 pm

Gyeongnam midfielder Jo Jae-chul is getting married in the next couple of days, and he and his fiancee have taken the home and away photo kit to a different level by posing in a football stadium. All very nice, but I don't think that's the Changwon Football Centre. The wedding will take place in Seogwipo, is it the Jeju World Cup stadium?

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Re: Korean wives

Postby just because » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:21 am

He was shite this season...too busy shagging his new bird. He is off to the Police team next season anyway.

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Re: Korean wives

Postby OttoSilver » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:29 am

Sometimes you have to wonder about photographers. How did he take that photo with the two holding the ball between their foreheads, then look at the camera screen and say to himself: "I like this. This will be let loose on the public internets to show of their beauty and my skills."

What surprises me is that they are getting married. I never knew players had lives. I thought they stayed in their dressing rooms waiting for the next game to start.
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Re: Korean wives

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Dec 08, 2013 7:09 pm

Nice bit of patriotism from Kim Chang-soo - why wear your Kashiwa Reysol for wedding photos when a national team kit is better? Presumably his missus has the Kashiwa shirt on?

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Re: Korean wives

Postby SaintsCanada » Sun Dec 08, 2013 7:39 pm

Holyjoe wrote:Nice bit of patriotism from Kim Chang-soo - why wear your Kashiwa Reysol for wedding photos when a national team kit is better? Presumably his missus has the Kashiwa shirt on?

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Somehow I don't think those shorts and socks are regulation.
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