The K League’s FC Seoul was all smiles in the Super Match against Suwon Samseong. Hwang Ui-jo, whose loan period is about to end, played full time and helped the team win. He thanked the fans for their support, but also left the door open. Reporter Kwak Jun-young. For the second time this season and the 101st time in their careers, Suwon and FC Seoul met in a super match. Suwon’s Ahn Byung-joon opens the scoring with a left-footed shot from the halfway line. This time, Seoul’s Hwang Eui-jo intercepts the ball from the Suwon defense, which is unstable in handling aerial balls, and shoots, but it hits the side netting. The final goal came off the foot of second-half substitute Willian with four minutes of regular time remaining. He collected a long ball from Osmar at the back post and beat two men on the left flank before finishing with a stunning right-footed shot. Playing full time in what could have been his farewell game, Hwang Ui-jo didn’t score but helped his team win with his forward pressing and attacking link-up play. After the game, Hwang thanked the fans for카지노사이트traveling to the away game and also shared his thoughts on his future. His lease with FC Seoul runs until this month, and although he is determined to return to the European stage, he wants to weigh his options first. “It didn’t work out with (my original club) Northampton, so when I’m looking for another team, it actually takes time, so I think it might be a case where I can play for Seoul again during that time.” Jeju shared a point with Daejeon, who had U-20 World Cup finalist Bae Joon-ho play the full game. Jeju took the lead through Kim Seung-seop’s header, but conceded a late equalizer to Daejeon’s Thiago. Gwangju, who hosted Jeonbuk, which has Dan Petrescu as its new coach, won the game with consecutive goals from Lee Sun-min and Lee Kun-hee.