Friday, March 11, 2016

Daegu will be filled with fan's shouts and hot enthusiasm in a new baseball stadium, Daegu Samsung Lions Park!

Daegu will be filled with fan's shouts and hot enthusiasm in a new baseball stadium, Samsung Lions Park!
Daegu's New Baseball Stadium, Daegu Samsung Lions Park!

Baseball is one of the most popular sport games in South Korea.
There are 10 professional baseball teams that are Samsung Lions, LG, Lotte, Hanhwa, Doosan, NC, Nexen, KT, SK, KIA in the country.

Among these baseball teams, Samsung Lions which has their base in Daegu, is having a new home stadium. The new baseball stadium, Daegu Samsung Lions Park, is finally opening this month.
It's getting Samsung Lions and their fans excited also, will be Daegu’s new land mark.

Daegu Samsung Lions Park will provide much convenient facilities to the fans and citizens. 
One of the most features is that stands are more audience–friendly. The distance between the lower stand which is the closest to players and the 1st base, 3rd base is only 18.3m. Audience is going to enjoy baseball games more lively. 

Also, it is octahedrally structured first in South Korea. All the seats are arranged toward pitchers so that audience can focus on games sitting with their backs toward sunshine.

▲ Family stand                          ▲ Stand for disabled people

▲ Players room                                                 ▲ Indoor practice room 

Can’t wait to see the new baseball stadium?
Then, come to join the opening ceremony. It will be held with K-POP singers, GFRIEND, Hong Kyung Min and Im Chang Jung, also with a charity game on March 19, 2016.

   Opening Ceremony

▶ Date : 12:30PM (Sat), March 19, 2016
▶ Venue : Daegu Samsung Lions Park
▶ Events : Charity game(Samsung OB VS Celebrity United Team), Celebration with K-POP singers
▶ Ticket : Ticket buying available from 11am on Mar 11 at TIcketlink ( 
▶ Address : 1, Yagujeonseol-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu, South Korea
▶ Getting to the Daegu Samsung Lions Park : I min walk from the exit 4 or 5 of Daegongwon Station(Daegu Grand Park Station), Subway Line 2 

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