Francesco Totti (46) and Paolo Maldini (55+ Italy) have arrived in the country. They will be in Korea for two days and three nights and will start their official schedule on the 22nd.
Totti was the first legend to set foot on Korean soil. Arriving at 16:20 on KE 932 from Rome, Italy, Totti waved and smiled at the 200 soccer fans who greeted him at the airport. It was Totti’s first visit to South Korea in 21 years since the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.
Totti spent the morning signing autographs and taking selfies with fans waiting at the airport. He then headed to his hotel, the Fairmont Ambassador Seoul, in a pre-arranged vehicle.
Thirty minutes after Totti’s arrival, Maldini arrived on KE 928 from Milan. Many fans, including members of the AC Milan fan club ‘Milan D’us’, welcomed Maldini to Korea. Maldini spent nearly 10 minutes with fans, quenching their thirst for a long-awaited meeting.
Lim Hyuk, who had his Totti jersey autographed after a long wait, said, “I really liked Totti since the 2006-07 season, and I’ve been waiting for this moment. I think I will keep it as an heirloom.” “I will definitely succeed in getting tickets for the Legends All-Star Game on October 21 and meet the Legends once again.”
Totti and Maldini are in Korea to promote the upcoming Korea-Italy-Brazil Legends All-Star Game on October 21 at Goyang Sports Complex. They will be joined by Korean legends Choi Jin-cheol and Choi Sung-hwan, who played in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, for a joint press conference on October 22 at the Fairmont Ambassador Seoul.온라인카지노
Other activities include fan meetings, filming for entertainment programs, and filming YouTube content. The final roster of Korean, Italian, and Brazilian Legends will be revealed at the joint press conference, and ticket sales will begin on September 25 at Interpark Tickets.