Jeonnam Dragons

<CENTER>2014–2021 Jeonnam Dragons</center>

Professional association football club based in the city of Gwangyang, South Jeolla Province, South Korea, that currently plays in K League 2, the second tier of Korean football.

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Gwangyang

City in South Jeolla Province, South Korea.

City in South Jeolla Province, South Korea.

The city is also home to K League Classic football side Jeonnam Dragons.

2007 Korean FA Cup

The 12th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

The 12th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

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Park in 2018

Park Hang-seo

South Korean football manager and former player who currently serves as the head coach of the Vietnam national team.

South Korean football manager and former player who currently serves as the head coach of the Vietnam national team.

Park in 2018

In December 2007, he succeeded Huh Jung-moo as the manager of Jeonnam Dragons.

Huh in 2010

Huh Jung-moo

Former South Korean football player and manager.

Former South Korean football player and manager.

Huh in 2010

Huh has previously coached the South Korea national football team twice before, as well as running the POSCO Atoms and the Jeonnam Dragons.

1997 K League

The 15th season of K League.

The 15th season of K League.

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1997 Korean FA Cup

The second edition of the Korean FA Cup.

The second edition of the Korean FA Cup.

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2006 Korean FA Cup

The 11th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

The 11th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

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The stadium on a matchday

Gwangyang Football Stadium

Football-specific stadium in Gwangyang, South Korea.

Football-specific stadium in Gwangyang, South Korea.

The stadium on a matchday

It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Jeonnam Dragons.

1997 Korean League Cup

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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2021 Korean FA Cup

The 26th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

The 26th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

Jeonnam Dragons defeated Daegu FC in the final on the away goals rule (4–4 on aggregate) to win their fourth cup title.