LG fans’ support for a long time, the winning banner engraved in Jongno called “Yeojeon.”

If you get off at Gyeongbokgung Station on Seoul Subway Line 3 and go straight toward the Jahamun Tunnel, you will still see a noticeable banner.헤라카지노

It is the LG Twins’ winning banner. Surrounded by temporary fences surrounding the construction site, the banner has been confirmed to have been produced and posted with the help of many people, including the Twin Yards Fan Cafe. It has only been a little over a month since LG won the regular-season/Korean Series championship, but the banner is still on display somewhere in Jongno-gu.

If you look closely, you can see all the faces of the players in the final entry of the Korean Series. They are also the leaders of the championship that cannot be overlooked, starting with Hong Chang-ki/Park Hae-min on the left side and Choi Won-tae/Kim Jin-sung on the right side. What is more impressive is that on the right side, the names of the three-digit number of nurturing players and military service players are engraved. All of their uniform numbers are in double digits, revealing the fans’ consideration for wanting to join the first team. In fact, most of these players have no first-team experience or have just joined the team.

However, what is unfortunate is that some of the players who fostered have already been removed from the list of players on hold and have been released. As for pitchers, Lee Chan-hyuk, Kim Tae-hyung, Sung Jae-heon, and Kim Sung-hyeop among the fielders had to take off their LG uniforms. Chung Ju-hyun, who occupied a spot in the first-team entry, announced his retirement, and five of the names on the banner were already LG players who could not recover from next season. However, voices saying thank you to him for wearing the uniform at the moment of his victory were also clearly conveyed.

There is no announcement on how long the banner will be posted here. But at least for sure, in Jongno, the center of Seoul, the posting of such a banner for anyone to see will remain another KBO history.

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