The Korean government said Friday it will start allowing stadiums to be at 30 percent capacity for local professional sporting events this week thanks to the recent virus-free experiences at ballparks.
Football fans sit in the stands, socially distanced, to watch a football game between Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Pohang Steelers at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on Saturday. The Korean government on July 24 announced...
The KBO released the guidelines for fans and clubs reopening stadiums on Tuesday. After two months playing baseball behind closed doors, KBO clubs will be permitted to begin allowing fans back into the stands at some point in July.
It's official. Although the exact date hasn't been finalized, the KBO and other sports leagues in Korea will start allowing fans into stadiums in the near future.
Horses race around the track in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi, on Sunday, four months after horse-racing was temporarily suspended because of the Covid-19 outbreak. Racing has now resumed, but without fans in the stands.
Placards featuring SK Wyverns fans fill up the stands at Incheon SK Happy Dream Park in Incheon on Monday, a day before the opening of the professional baseball league.