We're live from Korea for your Sunday afternoon football! Your choice of FC Seoul v Daegu or Incheon v Ulsan. Watch them here: ➡️ ➡️ #OptusSport #KLeague
Half an eye on Gangwon FC vs. Suwon Bluewings. Looks like a strong Gangwon side, and Taggart is on the bench for Suwon. 내가 Sole Survivor이 될까요? #KLeagueSurvivor #GANvSSB #KLeague #K리그
Right time for bed. Want to wake up in four hours to catch some post split K-League action. Huge game between Seoul and Daegu, but can Incheon continue their fine form and cause an upset. Free to watch on the @OneFootball app #KLeague #SEOvDAE #ULSvINC
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