Jeonju Castle, drenched in green, to become a landmark… Collaboration with Jeonju City-Facilities Management Corporation

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC’s home stadium, Jeonju Castle, is turning green, the team’s main color.

On the 25th, Jeonbuk said, “Recently, in collaboration with Jeonju Sports Industry and Jeonju Facilities Management Corporation, we replaced the landscape lighting and security lighting at the entrance of the east stands with green LED lights, the main color of Jeonbuk Hyundai. Jeonju City and Jeonju Facilities Management Corporation plan to landmark the stadium by dyeing the entire stadium green, starting with the exterior of the east grandstand, to highlight the meaning of ‘Jeonju Castle’.”

Heo Byung-gil, CEO of Jeonbuk Hyundai, also met with Jeonju Vice Mayor Kim In-tae, Yoo Sang-bong, head of the Sports Industry Department, Kim Dae-jung, head of the Sports Facility Management Team, and Lee Jung-joo, head of the World Cup Operations Department of Jeonju Facilities Management Corporation, on March 23 to discuss Jeonbuk’s current projects in depth.

During the meeting, they discussed various issues such as ▲ lawn management issues at the World Cup stadium ▲ taking measures for parking lots around the World Cup stadium ▲ replacing LED lights on the field of the World Cup stadium to strengthen fan service ▲ measures for the practice field to operate the AFC Champions League ▲ consultation on creating a history museum and memorial hall in the stadium for the 2002 World Cup and Jeonbuk Hyundai ▲ plans to expand fan shop (MD shop) facilities to meet the needs of Jeonbuk fans ▲ restoration of the 1994 bus and expansion of public transportation routes, and put their heads together to prepare measures.

Jeonju Vice Mayor Kim In-tae said, “Mayor Woo Bum-ki also asked us to cooperate with active support to solve the Jeonbuk Hyundai Sukwon project.” “We will do our best one by one to think about and solve ways to develop Jeonbuk Hyundai and Jeonju together.”토스카지노

Heo Byung-gil, CEO of Jeonbuk Hyundai, said, “We are grateful for Jeonju’s active support efforts,” adding, “We understand that there are many scattered issues such as budget. However, we will work together to resolve the wishes and needs of the many Jeonbuk fans who love Jeonbuk and make Jeonju Castle a landmark in Jeonbuk.” He expressed a strong will.

Jeonju Facilities Management Corporation also said, “As for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League training center, we are continuously preparing to use Solnae Stadium as a training center as a lot of repair work is being carried out. Until the new stadium is built, we will intensively manage the deficiencies so that overseas teams can train without any problems.”

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