Weekend Listing / Ryu Seung-Woo Loaned to Eintracht Braunschweig

This weekend English Premier League gets underway while Bundesliga will kickoff next week. In the meantime there are some German Cup results already in, but let’s get to the listing, courtesy of Korean Footballers Abroad (all times are US EST/ listing for US TV):

Day Time (ET) Player Club Opponent TV
Friday 1:00 PM Son Heung Min Bayer Leverkusen @Alemannia Waldalgesheim (Cup) None
Friday 1:00 PM Koo Ja Cheol Mainz Chemnitzer (Cup) None
Friday 1:00 PM Park Joo Ho Mainz Chemnitzer (Cup) None
Saturday 7:45 AM Ki Sung Yueng Swansea @Manchester United NBCSN
Saturday 9:30 AM Ji Dong Won Dortmund Stuttgart Kickers (Cup) None
Saturday 10:00 AM Lee Chung Yong Bolton Nottingham Forest None
Saturday 10:00 AM Kim Bo Kyung Cardiff City Huddersfield Town Noen
Saturday 10:00 AM Yun Suk Young QPR Hull City NBC Extra Time
Sunday 8:30 AM Kim Jin Su Hoffenheim Uhlenhorster SC Paloma (Cup) None
Sunday 12:30 PM Hong Jeong Ho Augsburg @Magdeburg (Cup) None

If you haven’t heard, Bayer Leverkusen is sending Ryu Seung-Woo out on half a season loan to Eintracht Braunschweig, a 2.Bundesliga squad. He’ll probably get some significant minutes before an assessment of his future at Leverkusen.

  Good and bad news from the German Cup on Friday. Son Heung-Min came on as a sub and scored the 6th and last goal in their 6-0 Cup victory today with a difficult volley. Meanwhile Koo Ja-Cheol scored for Mainz in their Cup match against a lower tiered Chemnitzer to pull ahead 3-2. However, Mainz didn’t keep the lead, it went into extra time and eventually to PKs. Both Park Joo-Ho and Koo scored their penalty kicks for Mainz but they ended up losing 5-4 on PKs. Mainz is out of the Cup, just days after getting knocked out of the Europa League.   We go now to Korea for the K-League Classic round 21:

Saturday, August 16
FC Seoul
6:00 AM EST/7PM Korea
Incheon
Steelers
6:00 AM/7PM Korea
Jeonbuk
Jeju United
6:00 AM/7PM Korea
Ulsan
Sunday, August 17
Dragons
6:00 AM/7PM Korea
Suwon
Seongnam
6:00 AM/7PM Korea
Busan IPark
Sangju Sangmu
6:00 AM/7PM Korea
   Meanwhile don’t forget, Korean Women’s team is in the quarterfinals of the U20 Women’s World Cup in Canada. That match against France is set for Sunday at 7pm EST/8am Korea time @Olympic Stadium in Montreal. And please welcome one of our Tavern writers Jinseok back to twitter. You can find him tweeting all things Korean Football, follow this man @KoreaChukGu

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