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World Cup Stadium Station
... The World Cup Stadium Station is a metropolitan subway station in Seoul, Korea ... The station was built to facilitate access to the Seoul World Cup Stadium for 2002 ... The Seoul World Cup Stadium, located in Seongsan-dong, western Seoul, was opened on December 27, 2001 in time for the 2002 FIFA World Cup ...
Ji Sung Park - Career Statistics - International
... Result Goal Competition 27 ... May Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul Chinese Taipei 7–0 0 2000 Summer Olympics qualification 6 August Sportpark Berg Bos, Apeldoorn Qatar 0–0 0 Friendly 14 August Kadrioru Stadium ... Stadium, Tokyo Japan 1–4 0 Friendly 3 October Olympic Stadium, Seoul China PR 1–0 0 2000 Summer Olympics qualification 13 October King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh Saudi Arabia 3–1 0 ...
Ji Sung Park - International Career - International Goals
2000 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran Macedonia 2–0 2–1 Friendly 21 ... May 2002 Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo, South Korea England 1–1 1–1 Friendly 26 ... May 2002 Suwon World Cup ... Leipzig, Germany France 1–1 1–1 2006 FIFA World Cup 6 ... February 2008 Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea Turkmenistan 3–0 4–0 2010. 31 ... May 2008 Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea Jordan 1–0 2–2 2010 FIFA World Cup Qual ...

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