Daegu Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

👓 The starting lineups for the Seongnam vs Daegu FC game are as follows:



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👓 The starting lineups for the Seongnam vs Daegu FC game are as follows: ⚽⌚



the next hour includes the following prediction selected by frog:

🇰🇷Seongnam v Daegu

the next hour includes the following prediction selected by frog: 🇰🇷Seongnam v Daegu



3 games in the bottom 6 of Kleague 1 today. Thanks to @kleague_kilt I'm off to the only one with absolutely nothing riding on it - Seongnam v Daegu. One last trip to Tancheon - he absolutely MUST leave the country before the start of the new season.



Travelling to Korea for Seongnam vs Daegu match today. Anyone at the game give us a buzz to say hi. #sorare

Travelling to Korea for Seongnam vs Daegu match today. Anyone at the game give us a buzz to say hi. #sorare



COMEÇANDO DAQUI A 3 HORAS! 03:00 Campeonato Sul-Coreano 1ª - 2022 - 38ª Rodada Seongnam Ilhwa: 7 Empate: 1 Daegu: 7 Total de palpites: 15



// Football Seongnam Ilhwa Chumma (+0.25) Asian Handicaps Current Score (0:0), 90 Mins // SKR K League // Seongnam Ilhwa Chumma // vs. // Daegu



Destaques #futebol resto do mundo SÁB. 22/10: 1h Cerezo Osaka x Hiroshima 3h Gimcheon x Suwon Seongnam x Daegu Suwon FC x Seoul 4h Shimizu x Iwata 5:45h Melbourne Victory x Melbourne City 10:30h Etoile Sahel x Sfaxien




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Daegu Stadium
Daegu Stadium

Daegu Stadium, also known as the Blue Arc, is a sports stadium located in Daegu, South Korea. It was formerly named Daegu World Cup Stadium but was changed to Daegu Stadium on 5 March 2008.

Daegu FC

Daegu Football Club, commonly referred to as Daegu FC , is a South Korean professional football club based in Daegu. The club was founded as a community club at the end of 2002, and the club made their K League 1 debut in 2003.

Daegu
Daegu

Daegu , formerly spelled Taegu and officially known as the Daegu Metropolitan City, is a city in South Korea, the fourth-largest after Seoul, Busan, and Incheon and the third-largest metropolitan area in the nation with over 2.5 million residents. Also, it is the second largest city in the Yeongnam region after Busan.

Daegu subway fire
Daegu subway fire

The Daegu subway fire occurred on February 18, 2003, when an arsonist set fire to a train which killed 192 people and injured 151 others at the Jungangno Station of the Daegu Metropolitan Subway in Daegu, South Korea. The fire had spread across two trains within minutes.

Daegu National University of Education

Daegu National University of Education, commonly abbreviated as Daegu-gyodae in Korean, is one of National University of Education which provide training courses for preliminary teachers in the public primary school of South Korea. Founded in 1950, DNUE was previously called Daegu Normal School.

Daegu International Airport
Daegu International Airport

Daegu International Airport (IATA: TAE, ICAO: RKTN) is the international airport serving the city of Daegu and the surrounding area in the southeast of South Korea.

Daegu Metro
Daegu Metro

Daegu Metro is a metro system that serves primarily the South Korean city of Daegu. On 28 April 1995, a gas explosion occurred at Line 1, a construction site located in Sangin-dong, Taegu.

Daegu–Gyeongbuk Free Economic Zone

The Daegu–Gyeongbuk Free Economic Zone is a Free Economic Zone located in the southeastern part of South Korea. DGFEZ has 8 sites spanning over 20 square kilometers in Daegu Metropolitan City and Gyeongsangbukdo (Gyeongbuk) Province (Pohang, Gyeongsan, and Yeongcheon cities).

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (In Korean 대구경북과학기술원) is a public science and engineering university located in Daegu Metropolitan City, Republic of Korea. Under a Special Act on Support of Scientists and Engineers for Strengthening National Science and Technology Competitiveness, the Korean government enacted Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Act (Act No.

Daegu-class frigate

The Daegu-class frigate is a class of guided missile frigates of the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN). The Daegu-class is based on the preceding Incheon-class frigate, and has otherwise been referred to an Incheon-class batch II, or FFG-II. Eight Daegu-class ships are planned, with the final goal of 20-22 frigates (of all types) in the ROKN. The Daegu-class frigates are to be built by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Hyundai Heavy Industries.

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