Reporter Lee Soon-cheol = A soccer match between Gangneung Central High School (formerly Gangneung Agricultural University) and Gangneung First High School (formerly Gangneung Sanggo), known as the “Yeon-Geocheon” of Gangneung, was held on Thursday as a highlight of the 1,000-year festival토스카지노.
The soccer match between Gangneung Central High School and Gangneung First High School, an eternal rivalry with a 38-year history, is one of the biggest highlights of the Gangneung Dan-o Festival.
More than 6,000 people, including alumni and citizens of both schools, attended the match, and before the opening ceremony, various cultural events were held, including performances by famous trot singers such as Park Seo-jin and Kim Yeon-ja, which heightened the atmosphere.
Alumni and citizens of both schools stayed for more than four hours until the end of the game, cheering for their respective teams.
The match ended with a 3-2 victory for Gangneung Jeil High School.
The regular game was a battle of pride between the two schools, but it was also held for the purpose of the ‘Gangneung Citizen Unity Hanmadang’ to promote the unity of Gangneung citizens with popular singers.
The cheers performed by students from both schools, which were the highlight of the regular matches, were no longer seen in this match.
This is because both schools decided not to hold cheerleading matches in light of the changed social atmosphere and the judgment that it is better to focus on academics rather than cheer preparation.
Alumni and citizens welcomed the improvement in the coercive cheering culture, but were disappointed that the tradition of regular games was lost.
The regular match between Gangneung Central High School, which founded its soccer team in 1935, and Gangneung First High School, which founded its soccer team in 1941, is a battle of pride that has been played out head-to-head with no concessions.
Held every year during the Gangneung Dan-o Festival, the regular match between Gangneung Jungang High School and Gangneung First High School is such a spectacle that the downtown shopping district shuts down.
However, the regular match, which began in 1976, was suspended after a student riot in 1982, revived in 1989, and then suspended for three years in 1991 after the two schools agreed to pay for it, only to be revived in 1994.