Daegu Stadium hosted three first round matches and
the Third-place match.
2002 World Cup Match Reports.
Thursday, 6th June:
Denmark vs Senegal (1:1)
Saturday, 8th June:
South Africa vs Slovenia
Monday, 10th June:
South Korea vs United
Saturday, 29th June:
South Korea vs Turkey
Tourist attractions in Downtown Daegu include Gyeongsanggamyeong Park, Bongsan Culture
Street, Gukchebosangundongginyeom Park, Dalseong Park and Yaknyeongsi.
Situated in the northeastern region of Daegu and forming a backdrop to the city, Mt.
Palgong's most popular attraction is Donghwasa temple.
There are weekly flights between Daegu and Osaka
(on Friday mornings) and Shanghai (Tuesday and Saturday).
Other international destinations are served via Seoul
Gimpo International Airport or Busan-Gimhae International Airport.
Flights to Seoul take around 50 minutes and run 18 times a day.
Six city bus lines run from the airport to Downtown Daegu.
A number of companies, operating on different routes, ensure good
connections around south Korea.
Regular trains connect Daegu with Seoul and Busan. The journey takes three and a half, to four hours, depending
on the train - Saemaeul Class is slightly faster than Mugunghwa Class.
Daegu City Center:
11-1, Mun-hwa dong, Jung gu, Daegu.
Directly connected to Doran Plaza Shopping Mall, Novotel Daegu City Centre, is centrally
located and offers free internet access, a fitness centre and easy access to
Where to Stay
There are a good number of clean and accommodating hotels and inns in Daegu. Many recently
built clean inns are located in the area of the Hwanggeum Junction(4) in Suseong-gu.
Matches in Korea.
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