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"Please make a PSG Korean website!" Interest spikes after Lee Kang-in signing

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After Lee Kang-in (22) moved to the prestigious French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), domestic soccer fans' interest in the club has increased. PSG is the leading club in France and a powerhouse in Europe, so it was already well known. Now that Lee has found a new home, his popularity has skyrocketed.

The PSG organization also started providing services for Korean fans immediately after the signing of Lee Kang-in. After the transfer, they showed their congratulations by displaying his post-transfer interview and commemorative photos on their homepage. They also created a Korean Twitter account for PSG to strengthen communication.

That's not all. On the 13th (KST), we added a new section to our online fan shop for jerseys with Lee Kang-in's number 19. Lee's jerseys have been selling like hotcakes, with fans in South Korea clamoring for them. It has become one of the most popular products on the market, on par with superstars like Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.

Korean soccer fans are scrambling to gather information and communicate about PSG, and are now demanding a Korean-language website. Mr. A, a 20-year-old fan of Lee Kang-in, said, "It's inconvenient that there is no Korean version of the PSG website. There is an English version, but it's disappointing." "I hope there will be a Korean website to get more accurate information."

Currently, the PSG website is available in eight languages, including French. You can switch to English, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Chinese, Indonesian, and Japanese. But there is no Korean 카지노 language option. "I think there will be a Korean language service on the PSG website soon," said Mr. B, a 40-something who has been watching European soccer for a long time. "Considering the popularity of Lee Kang-in and his potential for development, I expect it to become a reality soon."

Lee confirmed his joining of PSG on Sept. 9. He left Real Mallorca to start a new life at PSG and immediately joined the team to prepare for the new season. He could play his first match for PSG as early as the 22nd in a friendly against Le Havre. He will then join the team for the Asia Tour. PSG will face Al Nasr (Saudi Arabia) on July 25, Cerezo Osaka (Japan) on July 28, Inter Milan (Italy) on August 1, and a friendly against Jeonbuk Hyundai in Busan on August 3.

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