The simple joy of 2000 people. This is an inspiration.
Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 30th. The temperature outside was a whopping 35 degrees when the reporter checked it around 15-16 o’clock. Due to the nature of dome stadiums, the weather outside is completely unknown. Until then, we had no idea what to expect after the game.
The game ended with a 10-6 win for Samsung. The game started at 14:00 and ended well after 18:00. At the same time, a heavy rain warning was in effect for the southwestern part of Seoul. The reporter’s cell phone was flooded with texts from the government, Seoul Metropolitan Government, and Guro District. We had no idea what the weather was going to be like, but when we stepped outside into the open space, the rain poured down as far as the eye could see.
Most fans didn’t have umbrellas at all. The nature of the dome makes it difficult to check the weather outside, and since the game is played in any weather, few fans brought umbrellas. Due to the geography, even if you bring your own car, you’ll need to spend time traveling to the parking lot. The majority use public transportation.
In short, fans were stuck. Instead of closing the stadium immediately, Kiwoom allowed fans to stay on site and prepared 2,000 umbrellas to distribute to spectators who were unable to leave. These were specially made for the event, the club explained.
The fans then opened their purple umbrellas and left the stadium one by one. Even though Kiwoom lost the game, the fans went home feeling grateful for the club’s gesture. 메이저놀이터 The poor performance, the season-ending injury to Lee Jung-hoo, and the trade of Choi Won-tae. Kiwoom fans’ hearts have been broken lately.
But that doesn’t mean the club has changed its mind about them. Several fans used the umbrellas provided by the club to thank them as they left the field. “We will continue to do our best to provide safety and convenience for spectators,” the club said. It was a small gesture, but a big event. It was a touching moment for the fans.