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  • 2019.11.22
    award day
    Cha Bum-keun (born May 22, 1953) is a South Korean retired footballer who plays as a football coach, commentator and critic.

    Cha Bum-keun, who started his career in Germany at the German Bundesliga SV Darmstadt in 1978, has a record of 121 goals.

    When he played in the Bundesliga, it was difficult for Germans to call Cha Bum-keun's Romanization, so he called him Tscha Bum.

    It was nicknamed the Brown Bomber because of its rapid penetration into space and its strong appearance in aerial warfare.

    Cha Beom-geun was awarded the Cross Merit Medal for his decades of efforts to develop relations between South Korea and Germany.

    As Koreans, the late Cardinal Kim Soo-hwan and the late President Kim Dae-jung were awarded.
  • 1980.12.1
    broadcast start date
    Starting with the live broadcast of the 17th Export Day ceremony at 10:30 a.m. on December 1, 1980, the curtain of the color TV era was opened in Korea.

    Prior to the broadcast, as the color-adjusting test radio was shown in color, spectators gathered in front of the television store and looked at it with curiosity.

    On the first day of color broadcasting, KBS 1TV has been broadcasting full-time from 5:20 p.m., and satellite broadcasting of semi-finals with children's programs such as 'Program Guide', 'Baby Charge', 'Children's Relay Car Launching', and 'Lee Joo-il's Children's Children's Children's World, and Kings Cup Soccer Korea vs. Thailand B team.

    From December 22, KBS 2TV and MBC-TV also started color test broadcasts, and all TV stations in Korea will be color broadcasting.
  • 1986.6.2
    game day
    The Mexico World Cup Soccer tournament was held with the interest of billions of people around the world.

    The Korean national team, which reached the World Cup final for the first time in 32 years, had a bloody confrontation with world-class players.

    At first, Argentina scored three goals, but the Korean players did their best without giving up until the end.

    Finally, Captain Park Chang-seon scored one goal and scored the first goal in the history of World Cup Soccer.

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