Where to Watch the World Cup this Saturday

On Saturday, everyone in Korea will be watching the world cup game. So you are going to have stake out your spot early. Of course you can go to the COEX or to the CGV's (I heard they are doing the games in 3D!).

The game will air Saturday, June 12th at 8:30pm.

Mass Gatherings in Seoul

COEX Mall is going to have a Hyundai-sponsored event. I heard that On-The Borders is going to have giveaway margaritas before the envent.

Seoul World Cup Stadium (they will give 4 free tickets per person starting at 9am)

Incheon Munhak Stadium

Rumors from Davesesl that City Hall Event is canceled, but I don't have a confirmation on this.

Here's a list from the Yeogiyo

Ttukseom: The riverside stage at Ttukseom can hold 5,000 people and will host a World Cup cheering festival/viewing party with celebratory performances…including some famous singers.

Seoul Racecourse Park – This Park, in Gwacheon, hosts an outdoor viewing party with one of the finest high definition displays in the country. Be there on June 12th or June 17th to cheer with the masses. 123

Sam Ryan’s Sports Bar and Grill, Itaewon – these guys are promising to show every game – even the 3:30 a.m. matches (don’t act like you won’t be up at that time anyway)

Wolfhound Pub in Itaewon will show games at 8:30, 11 and 3:30 a.m – including the infamous England vs. USA game at 3:30 a.m. on June 12th/June 13th.
Bars in Itaewon with the game:

Sam Ryan's
Seoul Pub
Rocky Mountain Tavern 

Other Places in Seoul 
Phillippe, the GM of the Park Hyatt Hotel in Gangnam said that occupants from the Hotel will be able to see the huge screens at COEX. Because of this, his entire hotel is fully booked for the weekend. 
Outside Seoul? via Daves ESL

In Daegu I think they will play it on a huge TV in Duryu Park.

Busan has a 1000-inch TV going at Haeundae.

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