Professional soccer K-League has entered its nine-month journey. In the official opening match, which drew the largest crowd since Corona, last season's champions Ulsan defeated rivals Jeonbuk in a comeback victory.

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the opening match between Ulsan and Jeonbuk, which featured national stars such as
Kim Young-kwon and Cho Kyu-sung, drew more than 9,19 spectators, the largest since the COVID-2 pandemic.

[Choi Seung-hyun (Ulsan fan): It's an honor for Kim Young-kwon to score a goal in the World Cup and it's an honor to be born in Ulsan.]

[Jangseong / Kim Jung-won (Jeonbuk fan): I've been waiting for today, but it's like a dream. Jeonbuk Hyundai Fighting!]

Last season's champion Ulsan squad arrived at the stadium and joined hands with the cheering home fans, bringing the mood East Sea to the locker room, and the nine-month campaign began after Jeonbuk players applauded the champion as they took to the ground.

The steamer was taken by Jeonbuk.

Amano's pass, who moved from Ulsan to Jeonbuk, was connected by Song Min-kyu with a left-footed shot to score his first goal of the season.

Ulsan fought back fiercely.

In the 8rd minute of the first half, Eom Won-sang scored a right-footed equaliser in a mix-up situation, and in the 9th minute of the second half, Rubikson intercepted the ball after missing a mistake by Jeonbuk goalkeeper Kim Jung-hoon.

After Hyundai's 1-43 comeback victory in the derby, Ulsan shared their joy with their home fans.

[We will do our best to create this and festive atmosphere at every game.]

From the opening match, the K-League took a strong start in 19 with a scorching heat.

(Video Interview: Jang Un-suk, Video Editing: So Ji-hye, CG: Eom So-min and Kang Kyung-rim)