A report on Busan IPark

South Korean professional football club based in Busan, which currently competes in K League 2, the second and last professional tier of the national football pyramid.

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1997 K League

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The 15th season of K League.

The 15th season of K League.

Busan Daewoo Royals won three domestic trophies including two Korean League Cups in this season.

Jung Hoon-sung

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Jung Hoon-sung (born February 22, 1994) is a South Korean football player who currently plays as a winger for Busan IPark in the K League 2.

Porterfield (bottom row, third from right) in the 1973 Sunderland squad

Ian Porterfield

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Scottish professional footballer, and an experienced football coach who worked at both club and international level for almost 30 years.

Scottish professional footballer, and an experienced football coach who worked at both club and international level for almost 30 years.

Porterfield (bottom row, third from right) in the 1973 Sunderland squad
The 1973 FA Cup match ball with the Golden Boot awarded to Ian Porterfield, Sunderland AFC

In 2003, he was appointed as the manager of Korean club side Busan I'Park and he led them to a Korean FA Cup victory in 2004.

1987 K League

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The fifth season of the K League.

The fifth season of the K League.

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Ahn Joon-soo

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South Korean football player.

South Korean football player.

He plays as a goalkeeper for Busan IPark in the K League 2.

Kim Joo-sung

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Former South Korean football player.

Former South Korean football player.

Kim joined Daewoo Royals in 1987.

1997 Korean League Cup

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The seventh competition of the Korean League Cup, and one of two Korean League Cups held in 1997.

The seventh competition of the Korean League Cup, and one of two Korean League Cups held in 1997.

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1983 K League

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The first ever season of the K League, the top football league in South Korea.

The first ever season of the K League, the top football league in South Korea.

Two of them were professional teams (Hallelujah FC and Yukong Elephants), and three of them were semi-professional teams (POSCO Dolphins, Daewoo Royals and Kookmin Bank).

1998 Korean League Cup (Supplementary Cup)

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The tenth competition of the Korean League Cup, and one of two Korean League Cups held in 1998.

The tenth competition of the Korean League Cup, and one of two Korean League Cups held in 1998.

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Rômulo in December 2019

Rômulo (footballer, born October 1995)

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Brazilian footballer who plays for Chengdu Rongcheng as a midfielder.

Brazilian footballer who plays for Chengdu Rongcheng as a midfielder.

Rômulo in December 2019

On 6 February 2017, Rômulo signed with Korean second division side Busan IPark on a one year loan deal.