Jeju United created an opportunity for the team and fans to unite as one through fan meetings and open training ahead of the opening of the K League 1 in the 2024 season.

Jeju held a fan meeting and open training at the Jeju World Cup Stadium at 10 a.m. on the 24th. Jeju, which is preheating its new success under coach Kim Hak-beom’s system this year, communicated with fans about the direction of the team’s management through fan meetings and open training, and even made pleasant memories. Even in bad weather with rain and strong winds, the fans’ support was hot, and Jeju tried harder to repay the expectations by expanding from 100 participants to 150 on a first-come, first-served basis.

The first fan meeting began with a greeting from CEO Koo Chang-yong. “We have put in a lot of effort and preparation for the 2024 season. We wanted to discuss with our fans the club’s policies and visions. We have created an opportunity to listen to the voices of our fans, communicate with them, and share a consensus so that we can find intersection as much as possible even if we cannot satisfy all of them,” Koo said. “We will continue to strive to become a great and proud club.”

Kim Hyun-hee then explained the team’s goals and the composition of the team for the 2024 season. “It is important to impress fans with many wins at home,” Kim Hyun-hee said. “In the past two years, we have only won five home wins every season. We will increase the home winning rate. We have invited Kim Hak-beom after many considerations, and he is preparing well in line with the team’s policy. We will make Jeju World Cup Stadium the tomb of the away team this year,” he said. He then introduced the newly recruited players for each position, drawing cheers and applause from fans.

Lee Dong-nam, head of Fan & Biz UNIT, explained four major entry policy changes this season, including the expansion of MD products, improvement of store facilities, improvement of store facilities, third uniforms (ESG activities), shuttle bus operation, food (F&B), parking, photoism operation (player frame sticker photo), away bus operation, and regional close-up events.

They also exchanged questions and answers with fans. They shared various concerns such as team formation, designated seat system operation, ticket reservation, membership operation, stadium trash, unauthorized access and cheering culture, and sought solutions together.

After the fan meeting, an open training session was held for 1 hour and 20 minutes at the Jeju World Cup Stadium. Kim Hak-beom, who sent his fans to the spectators’ seats to cheer them up, was able to strengthen his will to play. After the training, the team took pictures with fans on the ground and signed autographs, creating unforgettable memories. The weather was cold, but the heat of the team and fans felt warm.

Kim Hak-beom, who will face Gangwon in the opening match of the 2024 K-League 1 at 4:30 p.m. on Mar. 2 at Chuncheon Songam Sports Town, said, “I feel really good to meet my fans in person before the season opens. Thanks to you, I think I will be able to announce a good start in the opening match. My biggest goal is to play a game that my home fans can enjoy. I need more wins at home. I want to continue to bring joy to my fans with wins.”

Lim Chae-min, who was appointed as the captain this season, said, “I’m really sorry that I didn’t achieve the performance that fans wanted last season. It’s different this season. I want to show you on the field rather than any words of determination right now. Not only me but the players have a different mindset. Coach Kim Hak-beom also clearly informed us of the direction, so if you come to the stadium well, we’ll repay you for that.” 토토사이트

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