Ulsan topped the K League 1 last season and showed overwhelming performance this season. He rarely lost with an average of 20,000 spectators’ support due to his stronger organizational power without much departure from the existing team. By sweeping points in each round, it widened the gap to more than 10 points from the second place.

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There was also good news for the warm-up matches held in Busan and Daejeon in June. Seol Young-woo, who was selected in March, and goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo, who played as a starter, rejoined the national team, and Park Yong-woo, who showed good performance during the season, also joined the team. […]